What was Surf Snowdonia before?
Adventure Parc Snowdonia, formerly Surf Snowdonia is an adventure park and tourist attraction, incorporating an artificial wave pool, at Dolgarrog in the Conwy valley, north Wales, owned by Conwy Adventure Leisure Ltd. It is the world’s first commercial artificial surfing lake.
Can you surf in Snowdonia?
The major benefit of choosing Surf Snowdonia as your surf destination is that there are always guaranteed waves, and even on a busy day this amazing 300-metre surf lagoon offers plenty of space for both seasoned surfers and those who’ve never tried before!
How long is surf Snowdonia?
How long do I get for my surf session? You will get around 55 minutes in the water. Surf lessons are 90 mins in total with approx. 30 mins of that spent on dry side instruction and five minutes for changeover.
Is Llandudno good for surfing?
Not really known for its surf and very inconsistent, but can produce good windswells in strong North West or West winds. Waves at the beach are both lefts and rights and is surfable at all stages of the tide. Hazards include rocks and winter or spring are the best times of year to visit.
Is barmouth good for surfing?
It’s a beach break that works in all tides and offers waves that are suitable for beginner surfers. Ideal winds are easterly, and ideal swell is south westerly. The quality of surf here is very much dependant on the swell of the ocean – it can get good on occasion.