Outdoor tourism hope from conference

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Experts are gathering in Snowdonia to discuss ways of boosting the outdoor tourism sector, which is estimated to contribute £481m to the Welsh economy.

Tourism chiefs from Ireland and Wales are meeting in Llanberis to share information and best practice.

Delegates will visit local attractions including an ultra-long zip wire slide in Bethesda, underground trampolines at Llechwedd and biking trails in Blaenau Ffestiniog.

The conference will run for two days.

Six organisations including Gwynedd, Conwy and two Irish local councils are taking part in the event which was organised by the £1.5m Outdoor Tourism project.

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