Hillwalking in Wales - Vol 2
By Peter Hermon
The second of two guidebooks describing walking routes up every 2000-footer in Wales - covers the Ffestiniog hills, Fforest Fawr, Glyders, Hirnants, Mynydd Du, Nantlle/Hebog hills, Plynlimon, Radnor Forest, Rhinogs, Siabod/Moelwyns, Snowdon and the Tarrens.
SeasonsAll year round, but in winter, higher walks suitable only for those with suitable skills and equipment.
CentresAbergynolwyn, Bala, Beddgelert, Betwys-y-Coed, Brecon, Capel Curig, Dolgellau, Llanberis, Rhaeadr
DifficultyHigher-level ridge walks (over 2000ft) and easier lower-level walks. Mainly walking, a little scrambling, but no climbing.
Must SeeMiners' Track and Bristly Ridge (Glyders); Tryfan N ridge; Croesor horseshoe; Nantlle ridge; Snowdon; Rhinog Roman steps
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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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