My Walks in Wales

North Wales is on my doorstep and I have explored much of Snowdonia and walked all of the Welsh 3000 footers - even the one that has shrunk! I have yet to further explore much of the rest of Wales - so much to see - The Arenigs, The Rhinogs, Cadair Idris , the Welsh borders and in the South the Brecon Beacons. Then there are the LDP's within Wales - the Pembrokeshire coastal path, Offa's Dyke, the Glyndyr Way and the Cambrian Way. I've also made up a good round down the borders around Ludlow - called 'I did it my way'

A Carneddau Traverse - from Llyn Ogwen to the Aber Falls. With a cloud inversion over Snowdonia

The Cnicht - the Welsh Matterhorn from Croesor

The Rivals three hills on the Llyn Peninsula

The Clywydian Hills a linear walk from Moel Famau to Bodfari

Grib Goch half of the Snowdon Horseshoe

The Snowdon Horseshoefrom Pen-y-pass, the complete route

Snowdon up the miners track and down the PYG track

Aberglaslyn a little walk from Nantmor over the old mine workings, and back down the gorge

Moel Hebog from Beddgelert up to Moel Hebog, Yr Ogof and Moel Lefn

The Nantlle Ridge only half of it as the wind blew us off the hills

The Nantlle Ridge a sodden day, but enjoyable

Elidir Fawr My last Welsh 3000ft  mountain in deep snow

The Carneddau via Pen yr Role Wen

Tryfan A great scramble and more, taking in the Glyderau and Y Garn

The Aber Falls a short walk up to the falls

Ruabon Mountain - above Llangollen and along Eglwseg

Moel Eilio - a delighful walk from Llanberis

Moel Siabod - a lovely walk up from Capel Curig

Yr Elen on the Carneddau - a snowy walk from Gerlan

The Crib Lem Spur to the Carneddau - a cracking little scramble