We are proud to do our part to help the Snowdonia Society conserve and enhance the beauty and special qualities of Snowdonia and to promote their enjoyment for the benefit of all those who live, work or visit the area, now and in the future.
The vital work of the Snowdonia Society includes:
- Practical conservationthat makes a difference to Snowdonia, year on year: litter clearing, footpath maintenance, invasive species management and habitat enhancement for nature
- Campaigningto protect the special features of Snowdonia from threats such as inappropriate development or erosion of the natural and cultural heritage
- Work in partnership with Snowdonia National Park Authority , Natural Resources Wales, the National Trust and other conservation bodies, as well as farmers and landowners for the benefit of all those who live, work and visit this incredible place.
Adventurous Ewe is a ‘business member’ of the Snowdonia Society. Plus Jim and Sue, together with some of our local leaders, also help the Society with their local projects such as planting native trees in Snowdonia. This is to help preserve the landscape and enhance wildlife habitat.
We’re really excited to do more for the Snowdonia Society and be part of some of their fantastic initiatives and projects. They’re always a great day out and if you fancy joining us, please get in touch.
Snowdonia National Park Ambassador
Adventurous Ewe have been a founding member of the Snowdonia National Park Ambassador Scheme since 2019. The scheme is The scheme was formed to strengthen links between stakeholders working within the tourism industry and the National Park. The scheme provides people with training about Snowdonia National Park to create a greater understanding and knowledge about the area’s natural and cultural resources, in order to improve the overall visitor and local experience.
We’re really proud to have worked our way through the levels of Bronze, Silver to have now reached Gold Status of Snowdonia National Park Eryri’s Ambassador Award Scheme.
As a Llysgennad Eryri Ambassador, we’ve learnt so much and improved our knowledge of Snowdonia National Park, it’s projects and partnerships. We’re now really looking forward to doing all that we can to improve your experience of visiting Snowdonia in an educational, sustainable & fun manner.
From conservation projects, to renowned geology, thrilling history, impressive arts, unique wildlife & plant life, local communities, culture & people, ‘National Nature Reserves’, sustainable and inclusive tourism, volunteering, myths & legends and of course the magical Welsh language and Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) itself, we’re passionate about making your Snowdonian experience an incredible one.
We look forward to welcoming you to this unique and special place in North Wales soon.
Diolch yn fawr iawn / thank you very much.