'Magic and Mountains' Snowdonia Helicopter Flight Tour

(based on 3 reviews)

Enjoy a helicopter tour of Snowdonia, and marvel at the area's dramatic beauty from a sky high vantage point!

  • Betws y Coed (Snowdonia)
  • Gift Voucher valid for 1 Participant
£ 129

'Magic and Mountains' Snowdonia Helicopter Flight Tour

Enjoy a helicopter tour of Snowdonia, and marvel at the area's dramatic beauty from a sky high vantage point!

Experience the incredible natural beauty of Snowdonia with this North Wales helicopter tour. This helicopter flight is not just for tourists, and is a fantastic way for Snowdonia natives to see the area from a whole new, totally exhilarating perspective!

The helicopter flight tour begins at beautiful Betws y Coed, nestled snugly in Snowdonia forest park. After your exhilarating vertical take-off elevates you far above the mountains, woods and waterfalls, you will head south-west. As you pass over the 13th Century Dolwyddelan Castle, you'll notice more and more stunning landscapes appear beneath you. From the historic mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog to the picturesque village of Portmerion, and on to Rupert The Bear's home town of Beddgelert, you'll have plenty of fantastic photo opportunities and a host of stunning scenery to enjoy. Keep an eye out for Castle Dinas Emrys, where legend has it that two Dragons were once captured in a cauldron of beer and then buried under the castle! Once you've seen the castle you'll head back towards Betws for landing, flying past Snowdon, Wales' highest mountain, along the way!

This 30 minute helicopter tour is a fantastic and totally fascinating way to see Snowdonia in a whole new light, so if you're looking for an exhilarating experience for yourself or a great gift for a lucky loved one, look no further than the 'Magic and Mountains' Snowdonia helicopter tour!

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The 'Magic and Mountains' helicopter tour of Snowdonia is available from April through to October, typically one or two days a month.

All bookings should be made in advance and are subject to availability.

2018 Scheduled Dates:

Sunday 15th April (sold out)

Saturday 19th May (sold out)

Sunday 17th June (sold out)

Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th July

Sunday 11th August

Saturday 8th September

Sunday 7th October


Maximum weight for the Snowdonia helicopter flight tour is 17 stone.

Children are able to take this experience providing they are sat in their own seat. Sitting on an adult's lap is not permitted.


Experience Duration: 00:30

Time at Venue: 01:00

The Snowdonia helicopter flight tour will last for 30 minutes.

Group Size & Spectators

Participants: The 'Magic and Mountains' Snowdonia Helicopter Flight Tour is for 1 participant.

Max Group Size: 4

Spectators Allowed on Site: Yes

The Snowdonia flight seats four passengers in the Jetranger. The helicopter tour is not suitable for non-paying guests, however friends and family can come along to Bettws to watch your take-off and landing.

Where is it Located
What to wear

Wear something warm enough for the weather on the day of your Snowdonia helicopter flight, and don't forget your camera!


This is a weather dependent experience. If adverse conditions cause your helicopter tour of Snowdonia to be cancelled, you will be able to reschedule for an alternative date.

Average rating: 5 stars out of 5

Flying with the Birds

Superb experience. Pilot was very informative and mostly correct in his descriptions. I would highly recommend this experience to others. I look forward to a flight from the same location perhaps over a slightly different route again in the near future. All on board were highly satisfied and it was a very successful day all round. See you again soon.

- Betws y Coed
Magic and Mountains

A fantastic 80th birthday present! I had to wait 12 months to get the right weather but it was well worth the wait. Sitting next to the pilot (a very handsome and charming young man) it was like flying over the snowdonia range in a bubble and I cannot wait to go again -friends and family please take note.

Snowdonia flight

Wonderful experience - the route could possibly be refined to take in more of the features visible from the air (eg. narrow-gauge railways, Port Meirion, Electric Mountain, Gelert's Grave. Some form of route-map for the passenger showing terrain would be a great help - to highlight points deserving attention and showing pathway in relation to eg. Menai Straits. I know Snowdonia very well but from the air it must be daunting to the visitor and this would greatly improve their experience by showing them what a vast terrain was being covered and where features were situated.

£ 129
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