Snowdonia Mountains and Coast

Visit Safely.

Do the small things that have a huge effect on everyone’s safety:

Care for each other  

  • Keep your distance
  • Sanitise hands regularly
  • Avoid crowds and busy areas

Care for our community

  • Follow signs and notices
  • Recycle or dispose of rubbish responsibly
  • Follow the Countryside Code

Care for ourselves by planning ahead 

  • Research and prepare before travelling to avoid disappointment – not everything will be open
  • Consider visiting less popular sites at quieter times
  • Be aware of Covid-19 Regulations in Wales

 

For the latest details on the restrictions in Wales please visit the Welsh Government website.

Recent and upcoming changes

From 21 June

- Wedding, civil partnership receptions or wakes can take place in regulated premises like hotels. The number of people is limited by venue size and a risk assessment.

- Overnight stays in residential outdoor education centres are allowed for primary school children.

From 7 June

- Regulated events allowed outdoors with up to 10,000 people seated or up to 4,000 people standing (subject to risk assessment)

- Extended households can be formed between 3 households

- Up to 30 people can meet in any outdoor area, including private gardens, public spaces and outdoor regulated premises such as cafes, restaurants and bars.