Hillwalking in Wales - Vol 1
By Peter Hermon
The first of two guidebooks describing walking routes up every 2000-footer in Wales - covers Arans, Arenigs, Berwyns, Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons, Cader Idris, Carneddau, Cwmdeuddwr hills and the Dovey hills. The entire collection of 166 routes are arranged alphabetically over the two volumes.
SeasonsAll year round, but in winter, higher walks suitable only for those with appropriate skills and equipment.
CentresBala, Betws-y-Coed, Brecon, Capel Curig, Crickhowell, Dolgellau, Llangynog, Rhaeadr
DifficultyHigher-level ridge walks (over 2000ft) and easier lower-level walks. Mainly walking, a little scrambling, but no climbing.
Must SeeCwm Croes horseshoe (HS); Arenig Fawr/Moel Llyfnant circular; Pistyll Rhaeadr circular; Grwyne Fechan HS; Neuadd HS Minffordd trail; Carnedd N–S traverse
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Peter Hermon was bought up in Nottingham and was a frequent trekker in his school days. For most of his working life, Peter was an exceutive with BOAC and then British Airays, but despite travelling the world, and a particular affection for the Grand Canyon, the lure of the British hills never paled and he still explores the peaks of Lakelanbd, Wales and the Pennines.View author profile
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