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Date registered: September 6, 2013


Since moving to Wales, I have fallen in love with this beautiful land and its culture and heritage. I am a learner of the Welsh language. I also love to explore the music of Wales, particularly the folk tradition.

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Walking to the top of Snowdon: Llanberis Path and Snowdon Ranger Path

View of Mynydd Mawr from an ascent of Snowdon via the Snowdon Ranger path.
By Donald Macauley from Carshalton, Surrey, UK (Mynydd MawrUploaded by Amada44) [CC-BY-SA-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

There are six main walking routes up Snowdon. This post describes the two easiest paths, namely the Snowdon Ranger Path and the Llanberis Path.Walking times are estimated by many authors to be about 6 hours, but if you are less experienced at hill walking, I recommend assuming that a full day will be needed.

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