John Merrill, the first person to walk the entire UK coast in 1978, took in the highest peaks of England, Wales & Scotland on his journey. In homage to him I plan to do the same starting with Wales’ highest mountain, Snowdon.
Peacock, Ty-gwyn between Caernarfon and the base of Snowdon, Gwynedd.
Engulfed, Treflan-isaf, Gwynedd.
Cockerel, Treflan-isaf, Gwynedd.
Ty Isaf, early C19 smallholder’s cottage, Garreg Fawr, Gwynedd.
Ty Isaf, inglenook fireplace with chamfered timber lintel, Garreg Fawr, Gwynedd.
Caernarfon & Anglesey from Moel Eilio, Gwynedd.
Glove & Wire, Moel Eilio, Gwynedd.
Moel Hebog from Moel Eilio, Snowdonia, Gwynedd.
Dinorwic Slate Quarry & Power Station, Snowdonia, Gwynedd.
Moel Cynghorion with Snowdon in cloud behind, Gwynedd.
Elidir Fawr & Dinorwic Slate Quarry, Snowdonia, Gwynedd.
Wall, Cwm Brwynog, Snowdonia, Gwynedd.
Ranger Path by Clogwyn Du’r Arddu to the summit of Snowdon, Gwynedd.
View west from Snowdon towards Yr Eifl and the Llŷn Peninsula, Gwynedd.
Snowdon summit Trig Point, Wales’ highest Mountain at 1085m, Gwynedd.
Llechog Ridge, Snowdon, Gwynedd.
Crib Goch, Snowdon, Gwynedd.
Cwm Treweunydd, Snowdon, Gwynedd.
Llechog Ridge, Moel Hebog & Tremadog Bay, Gwynedd.
Y Lliwedd & Clogwyn y Garnedd (Trinity Face) of Snowdon, Gwynedd.
Snowdon summit above Clogwyn y Garnedd, Gwynedd.
Carnedd y Filiast & Mynydd Perfedd with Conwy Bay beyond, Gwynedd.
Dinorwic Slate Quarry, Snowdonia, Gwynedd.
Glyder Fawr from Snowdon, Gwynedd.
Wild camping group in Cwm Clogwyn, Snowdon, Gwynedd.
Traditional non-view on the summit of Snowdon at 6pm before the cloud lifted revealing golden sunlight an hour later.
Four hours of night hiking off the mountain back to Caernarfon.
Very happy to see this sign at midnight, will need a short day tomorrow!