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Bala Lake

Beautiful Bala Lake is the largest body of water in Wales, being four miles long and a mile wide. The Lake is a protected wildlife site and its waters contain abundant Pike, European Perch, Trout, Eel and a rare and protected whitefish called the Gwyniad, a relic of the last Ice Age.

The town of Bala sits at its northern shore.  This is a small, historic, market town that provides all the essential services for visitors. On the southern shore is the Bala Lake Railway, which offers a delightful 9-mile return journey alongside Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid), through the beautiful and natural Snowdonia National Park.

The lake is widely used by watersport enthusiasts for canoeing, wind surfing and yachting. Yatchs are available for hire.

Near to Bala is The National White Water Centre. At the Centre they are continuously developing their activities on the river to offer you the most exhilarating and memorable experiences possible. So why not try white water rafting, kayaking, canoeing or just sliding, swimming and scrambling through the beautifully idyllic local gorges on a canyon trip.

For more information go to www.ukrafting.co.uk
 
 


Llyn Tegid/ Bala Lake

Llyn Tegid/ Bala Lake

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Canŵio/ Canoeing

Canŵio/ Canoeing

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Whitewater Rafting

Whitewater Rafting

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Syrffio gwynt/ Wind surfing

Syrffio gwynt/ Wind surfing