Mountains and Peaks in Snowdonia over 2000 feet
I’ve created a list of Mountains and Peaks in Snowdonia over 2000 feet in height order with their English Translations to help me keep track of the peaks I’ve bagged so far.
Ffynon Lloer Lake – a perfect short and easy walk in the Ogwen Valley Walking up to Ffynon Lloer is great short walk up to a beautiful small lake. It’s a perfect walk if you have just a couple of hours to spare but want to take in the spectacular views of the Ogwen Valley. […]
Moel Arthur Walk – A Quick Walk Ideal for Families and Dogs, where to park for Moel Arthur and how long it takes to walk up.
Glyder Fawr and Fach via Y Grib Bigog (Bristly Ridge) A circular walk taking in Bristly Ridge, the Cantilever Stone, Castell y Gwynt and the Devil’s Kitchen
Mountains and Peaks in Snowdonia / Eryri over 2000 feet in height order with their English Translations
When you walk or scramble up a mountain in Snowdonia / Eryri, it’s interesting to know what its name actually means. In this post you will find a list of all the Snowdonia mountains over 2000 feet and a little bit about the meaning of their name. Perhaps the most interesting is Snowdon itself which […]
ABOUT NEARLY UPHILL!
Nearly Up Hill is an anagram of my name Hilary Pullen! I was born and bought up in North Wales and have walked up mountains in Snowdonia and the Lake District since I was a child.
I’m using this blog as a place to share my pictures and record my walks. I also thought it may be of interest to people to detail how difficult I found the route, if there were scrambles involved and how my appreciation of the walk / scramble differs from what’s written in the guide books!