Photos from Gwynedd - Page 2
The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.
|Images from the Walks
|Information point on Uwchgwyrfai Common
|Details of the "local legend" on Uwchgwyrfai Common
|Turn right towards Mynydd Mawr
|Path along the flank of Mynydd Mawr
|Frozen grass in January on Mynydd Mawr
|Path to summit of Mynydd Mawr
|Mynydd Mawr - one of the two summit shelters
|Nantlle Ridge from Fron
|Waterfall by the Watkin Path on the way up Yr Aran
|Yr Aran from Bwlch Cwm Llan
|Path going up to the bwlch between Yr Aran and Snowdon
|Yr Aran summit view, towards Snowdon
|Path to summit of Yr Aran
|Goats in the woods just off Watkin Path
|Idwal Slabs near Llyn Idwal, Ogwen
|Misty ascent of Y Garn in the Glyderau
|Looking down on Llyn Idwal
|The pony path from Ty-nant to Cadair Idris
|View from Cadair Idris to the Arenigs
|Looking across Cwm Cau to route up from Minffordd
|View from Gau Craig at east end of Cadair Idris ridge
|On the delightful descent east from Gau Craig
|Path to summit of Moel Ysgyfarnogod
|Miner's track to summit of Moel Ysgyfarnogod
|Rhinog scenery near Moel Ysgyfarnogod
|Llyn Eiddew-mawr with Foel Ddu on the Skyline
|Climbing higher to the summit of Moel Ysgyfarnogod
|The summits of Moel Ysgyfarnogod and Foel Penolau
|Looking west from the craggy summit of Foel Penolau
|Foel goch from the shores of Llyn Ogwen
|The approach to Y Garn from Ogwen Cottage
|Llyn Idwal is flanked on three sides by major peaks
|The ascent of Y Garn provides breathtaking views
|Looking south to Glyder Fawr from the summit of Y Garn
|Pen yr Ole Wen forms the western buttress to the Carneddau
|The Idwal Slabs seen on the left of Llyn Idwal
|Looking back into the valley of Cwm Cywarch
|Typical Aran view with steep slopes & green valleys
|From the col below Glasgwm, the view north-west
|From col below Glasgwm, the summit of Aran Fawddwy
|Looking north from Aran Fawddwy to Aran Benllyn
|Main Aran ridge from Drysgol
|Descent from Drysgol, view to Glasgwm
|Farm at Cwm Bychan from path to Roman Steps
|Start of ascent of Rhinog Fawr from Cwm Bychan
|Llyn Du seen from the final slopes of Rhinog Fawr
|Rhinog Fach & Y Llethr from summit of Rhinog Fawr
|Views in descent from Rhinog Fawr past Gloyw Llyn
|Gloyw Llyn lies in the lee of Rhinog Fawr
|Clip & Cwm Bychan below from Gloyw Llyn
|View from Bethania of walk to Yr Aran
|Looking back down the east ridge of Yr Aran
|The Nantlle Ridge seen from the summit of Yr Aran
|Snowdon is revealed in all its glory from Yr Aran
|The slopes of Y Lliwedd with mine ruins
|The walk into the Southern Rhinogs from Dyffryn Ardudwy
|Rhinog mountains provide rugged walking
|Descending from Y Llethr towards Diffwys is very pleasant
|Small tarn in col on south side of Y Llethr
|From the south Y Llethr is a rounded "lump"
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