Monthly Archives: September 2012

#96 – A romp in the Rhinogs (Day 2)

In the UK, the summer of 2012 has been largely regarded as one of the wettest in recorded meteorological history, with a month’s rain falling on one single July day.  This hasn’t been reflected in the photographs of my hill-walking … Continue reading

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#95 – A romp in the Rhinogs (Day 1)

The hills and mountains of the Snowdonia National Park are one of the main attractions of North Wales, bringing in visitors from all over the UK and even further afield.  Top of most walkers tick list is the peak of … Continue reading

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#94 – Craig Cwm Silyn and the Nantlle Ridge

Fellow blogger LensScaper and I have both recently posted accounts of walking some of the less frequented hills of Snowdonia, but LensScaper sometimes follows routes the opposite way round to the way that I have walked them.  What is really … Continue reading

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#93 – The Moel Hebog Ridge

Tell your mountaineering mates that you were walking in Eifionydd last week, and they will probably look at you blankly.  The Eifionydd Hills are the ones sandwiched between the Snowdon Range and the Llŷn Peninsula.  Sandwiched is perhaps the wrong … Continue reading

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