This is a nice, quiet walk. So close to Snowdon, you can almost hear the crowds. Indeed, you can’t fail to miss them in Rhyd Ddu where they tend to gather to climb the highest peak in Wales and England. Fortunately for us, they don’t know any better and will leave today’s destination well alone. […]
This is undoubtedly one of the classic routes in Snowdonia. While many will do this with two cars, or even the ‘double’, the more elegant and pleasing option is to return via Cwm Pennant. This route descends via Cwm Dwyfor, but it is also possible to descend Cwm Braich y Dinas or Cwm Cipwrth, though […]
The peak of Moel Hebog dominates the villlage of Beddgelert. This is the classic route up, with an interesting return over the smaller outlying summits of Moel yr Ogof where Owain Glyndwr is said to have hidden from the English, and Moel Lefn.
Firstly, the online guide states “The Coastal Path is signed and way marked with its own distinctive logo.”, well it isn’t. The only thing i saw along the initial section was the standard green footpath sign and some anonymous white posts at a random section of the route. Further word of warning, is that some […]