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South peak of Tryfan

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South peak of Tryfan

Caption - The south peak of Tryfan provides a useful marker to the end of the Heather Terrace and this where you scamper up the scree/path to the col. Ahead in the distance lies Bristly Ridge - an exciting way onto the Glyders from Bwlch Tryfan. To left of Bristly Ridge is the steep scree-ridden 'path' that avoids the thrills of the ridge.

Walk 1215 : Tryfan & Llyn Ogwen from Ogwen Valley

Photographer : Lou Johnson

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Walking in TSnowdonia (Eryri) National Park is much more than the highest mountain in England and Wales. Mainly mountainous, it encompasses a large area of beautiful and often spectacular wild landscapes. Located in North Wales, the National Park offers a tremendous variety of walks with many challenging mountain routes. More Information

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