London, Nov 14 : Aberglaslyn Pass, a narrow gorge that the Glaslyn river has carved through Mount Snowdon, has been named by the National Trust website as the 'Finest View in Britain'.
The wilderness has been voted as the best view in the UK out of a top ten of mountains, castles and beaches around the country, reports the Independent.
Second on the list was Borrowdale in Cumbria followed by St Michael's Mount, Cornwall, in the third place.
Holywell Bay, Cornwall, was fourth and rounding off the top five was the white cliffs of Dover.
The top ten views as voted by the public on the National Trust website are:
1. The Aberglaslyn Pass (Snowdonia, Wales)
2. Borrowdale (Keswick, Cumbria)
3. St Michael's Mount (Penzance, Cornwall)
4. Holywell Bay (Cornwall)
5. The White Cliffs of Dover (Dover, Kent)
6. Core Castle (Wareham, Dorset)
7. Kintail and Morvich (Ross-shire Scotland*)
8. Brimham Rocks (Harrogate, North Yorkshire)
9. Hardcastle Crags (Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire)
10. Oxburgh Hall (Kings Lynn, Norfolk)