The Met Office have said to expect this autumn to be full of colour, and a study showed one of the best places in the UK for seeing the autumn displays is North Wales.The wet spring combined with the sunny summer has produced the ideal conditions for trees building up the leaf sugars which turns them red, gold, and orange. Using data from the Met Office, one study found North Wales to be at the centre of the vibrant colourful displays. When you are staying at our North Wales holiday parks over half-term and the coming weeks, why not head out for walks at any of these places? Take your camera along to snap pictures of the stunning displays. Loggerheads Country Park, Mold The beautiful wooded river valley at Loggerheads Country Park at Mold is a great place for taking a stroll any time of the year. The kids will love playing in the thick carpet of fallen leaves, and in the glow of the sun makes the limestone cliffs look magical. Tu Hwnt i’r Bont tearoom, Llanrwst On the River Conwy at the Llanrwst’s Inigo Jones bridge is the stunning Tu Hwnt I’r Bont tearoom. Covered in Virginia creeper, every autumn the building shrugs on a red coat, and set against the mountains of Conwy Valley, it provides a striking picturesque view and has become a favourite for artists and photographers. Bodnant Garden, Eglwysbach Bodnant Garden located in the Conwy Valley has become a famous spot for the autumn colours it produces, and at the peak of the season, the whole garden is a carpet of red. The Garden is currently celebrating for two weeks the dramatic displays found there, with guided walks, woodcraft demonstrations, and craft activities for children. Betws-y-Coed Some of the most scenic woodlands found in Wales, Betws-y-Coed, and surrounding area is very pretty in autumn. One of the best times to visit is the morning when the mist hangs in the valley or late afternoon as the sun dips and turns the gold, red and orange into a kaleidoscope of colour. Be sure to walk through the town and find quiet spots to really enjoy the scenery around you.