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It was challenging but well worth it!!
We picked Pyg track to go up and Miners track to go down. It was a very good choice because Pyg track was ascending gradually with a really difficult 40 min bit at the end. While Miners track...More
We took the Rhyd Ddu path up Snowdon, a great path as it has a bit of everything but not too extreme. Starts easy, through grassy sheepfields, then kicks up at about 350m into a rocky path. Path is generally very easy to follow but...More
Fabulous walk, challenging but mostly because of the dramatic change in the weather. Beautiful sunshine on the lower slopes on the way up. Midway and where exposed the wind was gale force. We reached the top, wonderful views but then the rain started. There was...More
5th time climbing up, but this time with my 9 year old daughter. My favourite climb in the Watkins path but as this is difficult near the top, we did the miners track which although still quite scary, is ok for younger ones if you...More
Epic walk with fantastic views, this is a green route so one of the easier ones but I wouldnt advise walking it in gale force winds as I did as it can get quite dangerous near the summit especially for smaller people, I was literally...More
We have been up many of the routes up Snowdon but took the Watkins path this time.
The walk\climb is amazing but we did it on a very wet day where visibility was very poor. The walk starts very gradual and makes you think I...More
Being a out doors family snowdonia is a walk in the park to us we love it walk it five times a year there is a small charge for parking at most of the car parks half way way up there is a cafe and...More
Well, it was a beautiful sunny weekend in mid-June. Followed Snowdon Ranger track, not too busy considering... Cafe at summit was a great disappointment. Only had dry chewy sausage rolls or cheese &onion pasties left at 1.30pm. Small bottle of beer was £4. Huge crowds,...More
My son and i travelled from Northumberland down to Wales just to do Snowden and back in a day! We parked in the car park next to the visitors center, but even by 8am it was quite busy and cost £10 to park. We decided...More