Who ever said it was summer
It's been like the autum here at times in snowdonia armed with thermals and woolly hats. But it's not stopped us enjoying all that the national park has to offer.
Our Snowdon weekend started off with good weather, but as we crossed the Glyders the visablitiy became quite poor, which can add to the atmosphere of the Glyders with it's huge rock outcrops giving you the feeling of an unknown world.We were Finally rewarded with stunning views of the Ogwen Valley when we decsended out of the cloud.
The following day we had perfect conditions so we set off early for the summit of Snowdon and had perfect clear views over the whole of Snowdonia and the coast.
The following weekend we were on the Carrneddeu the most remote mountain range in Snowdonia we Sarted off with a steep ascent of Pen yr Ole Wen. Then making our way to Carnedd Dafydd before mving onto Carnedd llewelyn the second hightest peak in Snowdonia. The cloud finally cleared and rewarded us with stunning views over the whole Range.
Our route then Continued along a norrow ridge and onto a short Scramble giving us some Fantastic views of Tryfan before heading back down to the Ogwen valley and a much needed cuppa