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  • proper n. A mountainous region in North Wales

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Examples

  • It is the only lake in Snowdonia that permits power boats and water skiing.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • The forestry commision informed him that the only lake in Snowdonia that is part privately owned is Llyn Geirionydd.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • One minor thing - the Toni Comer PC died of pneumonia not a heart attack. he’d been having trouble sleeping, had been taking Nytol and was found in Snowdonia (I think) after going out ‘for a walk’.

    Police Officer Seriously Injured « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • One of these protective mountain ranges, known as Snowdonia, includes Mount Snowdon, which is the highest peak in either England or Wales.

    The Pawprints of History

  • The mountainous region known as Snowdonia in English is rendered as Eryri in Welsh - the place of eagles, though none are here now - while the Snowdon peak is called Yr Wyddfa, which means 'the Tomb'.

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  • Currently, DAB coverage reaches about 90 per cent of the population but is extremely patchy in hilly areas such as Snowdonia in Wales and the Peak District in England.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • The coastal contours curve into the distance on all sides of the site, with Snowdonia's dramatic mountains providing the landward backdrop.

    The 10 best campsites for views

  • The campsite is situated at the top of Lake Bala in Snowdonia national park – meaning that kicks for windsurfers and sailors come guaranteed.

    The 10 best active campsites

  • Apr-Sep; from £160 for a weekend, £240 midweek, £495 per full week; 07773 505671Cae Wennol is situated in an 11-acre, family-run smallholding in the north-eastern approaches of the Snowdonia national park.

    The 10 best campsites for luxury

  • Urged to paint directly from nature, they climbed in Snowdonia or clambered over the Yorkshire Dales before setting up their easels in the open air.

    Watercolour at Tate Britain - review

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