Tag Archives: Snowdonia

The Mountain and the South Ridge of Snowdon

I have climbed Snowdon many times and in all kinds of weather but I have to say that this fine autumn day at the end of October was one of the best days out I’ve had on the highest peak … Continue reading

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Walking in Wales – the Far Side of Snowdon

For just over 110 years the little train has chugged its way through sunlight and storm, from its home in the old slate mining town of Llanberis, to the end of the line just beneath the stony peak called Yr … Continue reading

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Walking in Wales – Cadair Idris

The vast bulk of Cadair Idris dominates the Mawddach Estuary at the southern edge of Snowdonia National Park, its soaring ridgelines lifted almost 3000 feet above the sheltered tidal sands. The mountain is probably the second best known in Snowdonia … Continue reading

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