Posts Tagged ‘Snowdon’

Tryfan on a beautiful day

A great mountain revisited. Marvellous conditions and as always cracking views from the top.  A few smelly goats as well, great company for three days and a stride between Adam and Eve – nobody bothered to photograph me though!  Here’s the mountain that is Tryfan – enjoy

Posted by pete on June 23rd, 2014 under Uncategorized Tags: , ,  •  4 Comments

The Nantlle Ridge again – cloudy for a change……again

The fourth time up here and still not clear – some sunny bits though. But a different route down this time – story to follow when I get back from Wales….  

Posted by pete on September 23rd, 2013 under Uncategorized Tags: ,  •  No Comments

Snowdon – up the miners, down the PYG

Back from work and a visit from my sister and family led to a request for a walk up to Snowdon. Luckily for Dave and I the weather nearly played ball, but unfortunately the cloud was down and thick on the summit. The ladies were going to catch the train up to the top, but [...]

Posted by pete on August 24th, 2011 under Uncategorized Tags: ,  •  No Comments

Winter walking

Well a week has gone by and there have been a few walking tragedies in this wintry weather. Two in the lakes and three on Snowdon – it does make you rethink your strategy for winter walking. Because I got lost on a mountain once, some people think that somethings going to happen to me [...]

Posted by pete on December 5th, 2009 under Uncategorized Tags: , ,  •  No Comments