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Be careful to select the correct route out of the car park (after paying - there aren't many signs up but this is a pay and display car park) or you'll find yourself on the Pyg route, which apparently gets you to the top quicker...More
Me and my partner conquered this Hike on Monday and thoroughly enjoyed it.
We had driven from Devon up to North wales which took us almost 6 hours and therefore whatever the weather, we were going to do it!
Thankfully there was no rain, but...More
It takes just over 4 hours to get to Snowdonia National Park from London by car. It would be longer, more expensive and more complicated getting there by train / bus. You have many different route options which vary in length but all take about...More
We started early, to avoid the hot May sun. Things to take: water, sun hat, money for both cafes, walking poles advisable due to uneven terrain in a few places. The halfway house cafe has a toilet, but only for customers and be prepared to...More
One can not visit north Wales without visiting Snowdon. You can access the summit on for or travel in style on the mountain train. On a good day there are spectacular views across Wales. If you do not wish to go to the summit then...More
So this place had been on my tick list for many years.... So when I had a total hip replacement in January, this was my target... Both my friends have been up before, one is extremely experienced... We set the date and I built myself...More
We visited in February and couldn’t have been luckier with the weather the day we walked up Snowdon. The views from the top were absolutely breathtaking and well worth the walk. We got up in two hours going the Miners route up and Pyg trail...More
We decided to do the Pyg route as we wanted a challenge and it was tough. The terrain is very steep with a lot of huge boulders and steps, however, the views from this route were incredible and well worth the strain.
Sadly, the cafe...More
Tried to do the mountain solo with my MK500 wheelchair what a bad idea. First of all before even starting I got stuck in the cattle grid for about 40 min. Thanks for Gavin the local milk man for helping me get out so I...More