Llanberis Path is the longest and easiest of the six main paths to the summit of Snowdon. It is also the most popular, which means it can be pretty crowded during the peak season.
The path runs alongside the Snowdon Mountain Railway, which was opened in 1896. Before the railway arrived, tourists were carried up the path on ponies and mules, and it continues to be a pony path to this day.
Along the way you can enjoy magnificent views of Moel Cynghorion, Moel Eilio, Cwm Brwynog and the Snowdon Horseshoe, and, of course, stunning views over Llanberis itself.