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The Club's November meet took place at Llanberis, based in the Pen Ceunant Uchaf Hut, owned by Chester Mountaineering Club. It had obviously been chucking it down all day on Friday (and probably for several months previously), so the ground seemed absolutely saturated.
But Saturday morning dawned dry, if not exactly sunny. A group of us set off up the gently-rising tourist path towards Snowdon summit, arriving at around 11.30am in grim clag, with no ...
A quote from a famous Welsh anthem, sung by massed choirs. The Welsh are famous for their voices - think Ric*********** and opera singer Bryn Terfel.
Barmouth nestles among the steep hills of Snowdonia on the estuary of the River Mawddach.
I never tire of visiting this wonderful country, and North Wales is right next to Shropshire. Dry Sundays are now in the past and English-owned holiday cottages are no longer under threat of being burnt by Welsh Nationalists,which was common in the ...
... East and West in turn... but eventually we came out on a recognisable road and headed for the bridge which was painted in a beautiful sunset.
The day had been bright and warm and we had seen several interesting things on Anglesey as well as seeing much of the countryside, from our rather unconventional route.
Left, right... we got there in the end, and saw loads more than we would otherwise have done!
... drive past two sides of Snowdon was good, although Mt Snowdon itself was a bit shy and hid in a shroud of purple mist.
Conwy has an impressive surround of wall, with a castle nestled in there somewhere. But we were not headed for Conwy today, rather we skirted round the edge of said walls and back up into the hills overlooking the town, over the cattle grid and onto the moors.
The hotel is situated on a pass, and has ...