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Snowdon Walks

Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) at 1085 metres is the highest mountain in Wales (and England), and her beauty dominates the surrounding hills. From the summit, on a clear day, you can see the robust mountains of Snowdonia, Ynys Môn (Anglesey), Pembrokeshire and Ireland.

The mountainous terrain on Snowdon can become challenging with steep gradients, rocky paths and some scrambling required. Exceptional care should be taken when attempting these paths in winter conditions as the ground underfoot can become treacherous and should not be attempted by novice walkers. You should look out for loose scree and steep slopes if undertaking these walks. Always remember to wear appropriate clothing and footwear before venturing out into the mountains and check the weather forecast before you set off. Please read our Mountain Safety Advice before venturing out on the mountain

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Respect the Environment!
If you’re going out for a walk,
please take all your rubbish
home with you
including
fruit skins
& cigarette
stumps.



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