Cwm Lloer

Cwm Lloer is a small lake on the Carneddau side of the Ogwen Valley, part of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, easily accessed from the main A5 road.… Read More

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Carneddau Ponies

A unique photo collection of the Carneddau Ponies, a 300 strong semi feral herd who live in 13,000 acres of Snowdonia National Park, North Wales.… Read More

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Graig Ddu

We love this remote mountain in the east of Snowdonia. A short drive from Betws Y Coed, our 7 mile Trail Route guarantees peace, quiet and solitude.… Read More

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Llyn Eigiau

Llyn Eigiau is a beautiful mountain lake in the Carneddau range, an amazing place to visit in Snowdonia.… Read More

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Cae Amos Bothy

Cae Amos Bothy is situated in the western side of Snowdonia National Park, close to the popular Llyn Peninsula. Surrounded … Read More

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Tryfan

Tryfan is a 3,010ft mountain in Snowdonia National Park’s Ogwen Valley, known for it’s distinctive shark fin appearance and incredible scrambling routes.… Read More

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