Snowdonia presents the perfect location for a case study of a deglaciated environment, and highlights the sheer impact within a small geographical area. A visit here is well-suited to GCSE, AS and A2 level studies, as a range of text book glacial and periglacial landforms will aid student understanding, and will enable them to carry out a wide range of fieldwork activities and surveys.
Our Suggested Itinerary
Depart school and begin your journey to Snowdonia!
Visit to the Great Orme, with opportunities for studying coastal landforms and classic limestone features.
Visit to Cwm Idwal where there will be opportunities for field sketching and till fabric analysis.
Study postglacial landforms at Nant Ffrancon Valley, Lake Ogwen, Village Studies and Llanberis Pass.
Visit to Mount Snowdon to study atmospheric processes and glaciation.
See a hugely successful sustainable energy project in action at Dinorwig Hep Station.
Journey back to school.
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