Travel to North Wales
North Wales is well served by train, roads and plane with easy access to a comprehensive range of activity adventures and some of the beautiful scenery in the UK. New travel options are always being timetabled such as flights to Anglesey from Cardiff and rail links from London to Wrexham or Bangor.
Adventure North Wales suppliers a comprehensive Travel Pack which details information for your break with maps, directions, itinerary and list of recommended clothing. We supply a copy of the pack to all members of your party.
The roads leading to North Wales are Motorway or main A-Roads which are fast and efficient with plenty of fuel and food stops.
From the North of England aim for Chester then follow the A55 coastal highway to Snowdon, Llyn Pennisular and Anglesey.If you heading to the Borderlands from the North take the A483 to Wrexham from Chester.
From the South (London)and Midlands access via the M54 past Shrewsbury to the A5 for Borderlands and up to Snowdon.
Wrexham & Shropshire Railway now run a frequent timetable from the heart of London to to the heart of a great activity weekend. Adventure North Wales can offer an all inclusive weekend break with rail tickets, transfers, accommodation and activities in partnership with the Wrexham and Shrophire Railway line.
Rail links from North are via Crewe or into Chester then along to coastal line to Bangor.
From the South you depart London to Bangor with Virgin Trains a very fast option via Chester which takes approximately 3 hours.There are also high frequency of trains that change at Crewe.
From the South West via Birmingham to Wrexham or Chester
Flights to Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham offer good access to North Wales from overseas.
Liverpool is a major Easyjet Hub
Manchester has the most frequent schedule airlines and is approx 90 minutes transfer to the heart of North Wales.