The partnership is seeking views on its plans for Snowdon. Photo: Bob Smith/grough

The partnership is seeking views on its plans for Snowdon. Photo: Bob Smith/grough

A consultation on the future of Wales’s highest mountain has begun.

The Snowdon Partnership is seeking views on its plans for the mountain.

Feedback can be left online and the partnership is also organising a drop-in session in Llanberis.

The Snowdon partnership plan sets out how members of the partnership will carry out their work within the Snowdon area in a co-ordinated way. The organisation said it highlights what has been achieved by the partnership so far; informs people about what the partnership is aiming to achieve; and will be used to pursue increased investment in the area to achieve the partnership’s vision.

Helen Pye: 'Input is important'

Helen Pye: 'Input is important'

Helen Pye, Snowdonia National Park Authority’s partnerships manager, said: “People’s views and ideas are extremely important to us which is why we’re providing this opportunity for people to give their feedback on the draft plan.

“Ensuring input from others is so important so that we can produce the best plan possible for the area, and the plan as a result will evolve and be adapted as appropriate.”

Members of the partnership include representatives from Snowdonia National Park Authority, the National Trust, Snowdonia Society, Gwynedd and Conwy Councils, Beddgelert and Betws y Coed Tourism Associations, Hwb Eryri, Natural Resources Wales, the Northern Local Access Forum, the North Wales Outdoor Partnership, Visit Wales and Snowdonia Active as well as farming unions and local mountain rescue teams.

The online consultation begins today on the Snowdon Partnership website and will continue until 7 July. A drop-in session has also been organised for 4 July between 2pm and 7.30pm at the Electric Mountain, Llanberis.

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