Tag Archives: Glyderau

#198 – Heather Terrace – A walk round Tryfan Tryfan in North Wales is one of my favourite mountains, and I’ve never had a bad day there yet.   The classic route is the North Ridge, starting by the Milestone … Continue reading

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#189 – Snow time in Snowdonia – The Glyderau

As time in the mountains has been a bit restricted again, here’s another post from the archives – this is from April 2013.  Bring on the snow! Llyn Bochlwyd frozen, with Glyder Fach behind and to the left (JB)

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#156 – Y Garn and Foel Goch in the Glyderau

After my recent Carneddau trip (see post #155) I had checked the map and realised that I had passed close to several aircraft crash sites on the route – most of these date back to WW2, when training flights sometimes … Continue reading

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#145 – More wanderings in the Glyderau – Seniors Ridge with the dog.

The great thing about living in or near a mountain area is that you get to know it well.  25 years living in Cumbria left me with loads of good memories and a good knowledge of the Lake District – … Continue reading

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#127 – “Play Misty for Me” – Y Garn in the mist

Why do the British talk about weather so much?  It’s a topic that never fails to kick-start a conversation, probably because we get so much of it!  Things never stay constant for long, but the last couple of weeks have … Continue reading

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#125 – Snow time in Snowdonia – Glyder Fach and Glyder Fawr

It’s been a funny sort of winter in North Wales – a promising start to the winter mountaineering season in December gave a great trip out up Pen yr Ole Wen (see post #108) but after that the snow started … Continue reading

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#47 – From Ogwen to Capel Curig – The High Route

“…..the can of cold cider in the camper fridge didn’t touch the sides on the way down”!  (Blog #46 – Foel Fras and Drum in the Carneddau)    Now, that’s the way to end a walk, a variation on the old … Continue reading

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