This area of Wales has so may attractions for potential
visitors; from the beaches and the coastline for swimming and sun-bathing,
the hills and mountains for walking
and climbing and numerous specialist activities like
horse riding, white water rafting and even (dry
One glance at the towering peaks and steep
valleys that are such dominant features Snowdonia National Park
is enough to convince most coarse anglers that North Wales has little
to offer them. Not so, however: tucked away in lowland pockets is
some of Wales's finest coarse fishing.
Fish for SALMON & SEATROUT on approx. 13 miles of the best waters
in Wales, on rivers Mawddach and Wnion at Dolgellau. Catch Brown
& Rainbow Trout fishing on Llyn Cynwch Lake near the well known
Variety is the spice of life, and if that's what you are looking
for you will surely find the North Wales coast very much to your
taste. Hard fighting, golden flanked Pollack and multi-coloured
Wrasse can be caught from virtually every rock mark, along with
Dogfish, Bream, Gurnards, Conger and many, many more.The beaches
and estuaries will produce Bass and various types of Flatfish.
Just half-a-mile from the town centre
lies Dolgellau Golf Course.
With 9 holes and alternate tees set in beautiful parkland
with panoramic views this is a lovely course to play a round
Also has a driving range and putting green.
Also worthy of a mention
is Royal St David's Golf Club at Harlech occupying the dune
land between Harlech Castle and the sea.
Apart from the quality of the holes and the severity of the
test, the views of the Snowdon Mountains, the magnificent
Castle and, at last, from the 16th tee, the Lleyn Peninsular
across Tremadog Bay, make Harlech one of the finest situations
of any course in Britain.