Clear the air in North Wales with Zip World’s breathing spaces

Why not reconsider your holiday options for the Easter and summer getaway and consider a staycation instead.  Clear the air with miles and miles of beautiful beaches, rugged coastline, picturesque mountain landscapes, and underground expeditions in North Wales.  With incredible wildlife, and even a different language you’ll feel like you’ve been transported far and away; but it's all on your doorstep.

Zip World, is one of North Wales's biggest tourist attractions, with three sites across the Snowdonia National Park. Each site is carefully scouted for its natural beauty and the brand works sympathetically with the landscape to create groundbreaking, exhilarating adventures.  

The amazing breathing spaces span across forests, lakes, mountains and underground caverns.   Soak up the amazing views, breath in the clean air and take on one of Zip World’s 13 adventures...

Avoid the flight shaming with zero air miles on Zip World Velocity 2.  The world famous ‘fastest zip line’, Zip World Velocity 2 is a horizontal zip line where you could travel at speeds of up to 100mph+ head first across the bright blue water of Penrhyn Quarry’s lake.  Feel the freedom of flight! 

Velocity 2

Reconnect with nature and embrace the japanese tradition of shinrin-yoku known as ‘forest bathing’ at Zip World Fforest in Betws-Y-Coed whilst you zip line through the trees.  Try the new Zip World Zip Safari 2 soar your way through the spectacular Fforest site on zip lines, and tackle obstacles at every twist and turn. An exhilarating adventure high in the trees!

Safari 2

Boost your immune system with a good shot of adrenaline by taking on Zip World Caverns at Blaenau Ffestiniog.  For just short durations, the benefits of adrenaline can be surprisingly positive.  It improves your ability to fight off infections (at least temporarily) and increases the number of antioxidants circulating in your system.  Zip World Caverns is an underground adventure full of zip lines, rope bridges, via ferrata and tunnels.


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