North Wales and in particular the award-winning Conwy county, is renowned around the globe as a destination for extreme sports and adventure.

One event that fits right into this category, the Dayinsure Wales Rally GB is set to return in 2018 and is teaming up with some of the area's biggest thrill seeking sites.

While Slate Mountain, home to Zip World's first four-person zip line and bounce below, has already been revealed as a site for this year's rally Surf Snowdonia has now also come onboad to team up with Wales Rally GB.

Surf Snowdonia joins the rally route with a Sunday morning stop off. All the WRC stars and cars will visit the venue as they draw breath for the rally’s historic grand finale: the ground-breaking speed test which will see crews racing around the iconic Great Orme and then onto closed sections of public streets in central Llandudno.

Admission to the regroup at Surf Snowdonia will be free and, while at the state-of-the-art venue, so visitors will be able to check out the latest generation of more powerful WRC cars as well as the world-first inland surf lagoon.

Managing director of Surf Snowdonia, Andy Ainscough, said he is delighted that the WRC is coming to his innovative attraction. He said: “We’re big fans of Dayinsure Wales Rally GB and really excited to be hosting another world-class event for north Wales.”

Managing director of Dayinsure Wales Rally GB, Ben Taylor, added: "Part of the value of hosting the rally is the spotlight that we can shine on a region and the other activities available there.

"We know for a fact that lots of rally visitors come back with their families at a later date, so working in partnership with these other attractions makes a lot of sense."

Adult tickets start at just £15 for the Thursday evening curtain-raiser at Tir Prince Raceway with the premium four-day event pass remaining at £99 for the ninth successive year.

Admittance to the new Slate Mountain speed test is included in the Friday Day Pass priced at £28 (including costs) when purchased in advance with on the gate tickets priced at £30 subject to availability.

Accompanied children aged 15 and under are admitted free to general admission areas.

Full information for the event can be found on the official website and via the event’s social media channels.