The History & Majesty of Snowdonia

Firmly established as one of the British Isles' most enduring tourist attractions, Snowdonia - one of the UK's 15 National Parks - plays host to around 10 million visitors from around the world each year. It's not... Read more »

The Amazing History of the Steam Train

However much we might grumble about them today, Britain's railway network has a remarkable history. It is in fact the oldest in the world, having recognisably taken shape as a national network in the mid-19th century. While... Read more »

Warning- Road Closures! Sunday 6th Sept

Please note: on Sunday 6th September 2015 there will be intermitant road closures near the Railway. The first stage of The Tour of Britain will be beginning in the Anglesey village of Beaumaris this year, later traveling... Read more »

Snowdon Top 5 Summer Walks - Snowdon Walks & Views - Snowdon Mountain Railway

There aren't many places which are as blessed with spectacular sights as Snowdonia. On and around the mountain itself, there's a wealth of amazing scenery to savour - and because there's so much to discover, lots of... Read more »

Celebs who Conquered & Climbed Snowdon - Snowdon Mountain Railway

Beauty, wonder and allure- Snowdon is a symbol of everything that Wales has to offer visitors. So it’s no wonder that the odd celebrity pops by every now and then! As an iconic destination and a unique... Read more »

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Visitor Information

See you next year!

Our trains have now ended service for 2015. Thank you to everyone that came and shared the magic of Snowdon with us!

Please note that this also means the summit visitor centre, Hafod Eryri, will be shut until we reopen in 2016.

We'll be spending the winter carrying out track maintenence, giving the locos a bit of pampering and preparing for our 120th anniversary in 2016! You can keep up to date with what we're up to by following us on Twitter and Facebook.

Trains will recommence service in March 2016- hope to see you then!


Click here for an up-to-the-minute Snowdon Summit Met Office report.

Rates and specials

Online Ticket Prices
Adult: (16 years+)
Return From £27.00
Child: (3 - 15 years)
Return From £18.00


Phone: 0844 493 8120 for all enquiries.
Office hours are Monday to Friday 08.30 to 16.00.

Snowdon Mountain Railway
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