Travel 3/4 Distance up Snowdon to Clogwyn Station – our 2021 Destination
Advanced booking online highly recommended
Take a once in a lifetime adventure on the Snowdon Mountain Railway which has been described as one of the most scenic railway journeys in the world. Trains depart from Llanberis Station and begin their climb up Snowdon, Yr Wyddfa, a journey experienced by some 12 million travellers since 1896. With stunning scenery and awe-inspiring views it’s all part of a great day out for you and your family in North Wales.
Our Traditional Diesel Service will be running daily to Clogwyn Station 3/4th up Snowdon (not to the summit) until the 31st October subject to Government restrictions and weather conditions.
We have made the extremely difficult decision to withdraw our Heritage Steam Service for the 2021 season.
Hafod Eryri, the Summit Visitor Centre, will remain closed during the 2021 season, further details are available on our Summit Visitor Centre page.
ROADWORKS AND TEMPORARY TRAFFIC LIGHTS
There are currently roadworks and temporary traffic lights at the junction of the A4086 in Llanberis and the A4244 in Brynrefail.
If you are travelling from that direction please allow extra time (at least 45 minutes) for your journey as traffic can build up during busy periods.
Updated Covid Statements
In line with the proposed Welsh Government lifting of social distancing regulations from the 7th August 2021 our carriages will load to normal passenger capacity. Customers can expect to travel with a combination of other passengers between 8 to 10 per compartment.
Due to the extreme weather conditions we have removed the Perspex screens separating compartments. This will allow full air flow within the carriages and full access to opening all carriage windows.
Face coverings are mandatory (unless exempt) in all indoor areas including the ticket office, toilets, station café and on-board the trains for the duration of the journey.
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