Moel Hebog | Snowdonia | North Wales

High above small welsh village Beddgelert in the heart of Snowdonia, Moel Hebog stands tall and bulky. As it’s in such close proximity to Snowdon – the mountain everybody comes to Snowdonia to climb – I can’t help but feel that it gets overlooked. Standing at 783m it’s not as…

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Glyder Fawr and Glyder Fach | Snowdonia | North Wales

Glyder Fawr and Glyder Fach | Snowdonia | North Wales

Spikey, ragged and a bit wild, I was determined that on our most recent trip to Snowdonia in North Wales I was going to …
The Cat’s Back | Black Mountains | South Wales

The Cat’s Back | Black Mountains | South Wales

Rolling gently upwards onto the bulk of the Black Mountains in South Wales, the Cat’s Back offers lush wide views over the English …
Four routes up Pen Y Fan | Walking Wales

Four routes up Pen Y Fan | Walking Wales

As I’ve mentioned a few times on my blog, I grew up with Pen Y Fan on my doorstep. It’s the highest …
Why you shouldn’t climb Snowdon on your next trip to Snowdonia

Why you shouldn’t climb Snowdon on your next trip to Snowdonia

Strange one, huh? As I was flicking back through my blog I realised that I don’t really have anything from Snowdonia and those …