North Wales Adventures

A quick picture blog of the weekend in Wales with the girls!

Starting our walk

Starting our walk

Woods at the start of the Watkin path

Woods at the start of the Watkin path

Squares for the win!

Squares for the win!

Y Lliwedd

Y Lliwedd

Panorama of Snowdon

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Crib Goch with the Pyg track and the Miners Track below

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Katie with Y Lliwedd in the background

Katie with Y Lliwedd in the background

Sarah walking along towards Snowdon

Sarah walking along towards Snowdon

Snowdon panorama

Snowdon panorama

Snowdon's such ridge - one of the best routes!

Snowdon’s such ridge – one of the best routes!

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Sarah was a saint carrying this up to the top!

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Katie and Bob starting the walk back down!

Katie and Bob starting the walk back down!

Down the South Ridge

Down the South Ridge

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Sarah busy examining bugs on the walk down.

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Katie and Bob getting near the end of the walk!

Katie and Bob getting near the end of the walk!

The end.

The end.

Sunday saw us at Zip World and getting on the Velocity zipwire!

Sunday saw us at Zip World and getting on the Velocity zipwire!

Getting strapped in to the harness

Getting strapped in to the harness

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Snowdon is one of my favourite walks. For some reason. I know that it’s one of the busiest mountains there is but there’s something about it when you catch it at the quiet moments of the day. So I was quite excited to suggest going up one of my favourite paths – the Watkin. It was really nice for once to take my time up walking up there. Usually I walk as fast as I can to get to the top and never take the time to take in my surroundings all that much. It was a great day – loads of laughter and fun.

Sunday saw us all completely excited/terrified about trying out the zipline. Despite delays and the weather turning a bit for the worst the zip line was a ridiculous amount of fun and I am so glad to have done it. Certainly worth the money. Need to head back soon for the Zip Below (Via Ferrata and zip lines under ground) and Bounce below (underground trampolines). Lots to plan for the future 🙂

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