I climb Elidir Fawr, my first mountain climb since returning to university at Bangor
I try to have a nice quiet walk in Snowdonia and it turns into one of the hardest days of my life
I have my first attempt at climbing an Irish Munro and a thank you for 500 hits
my dear old dad was also snapping some lovely scenes. So I decided to dedicate today’s post entirely to the photos he took
With the wind roaring in our face, our fingers chafe and sore, we managed the last scramble onto the rocky pile that marked the summit.
Not going to lie, this got pretty scary at some points, if I slipped or fell backwards I could easily plunge a good 30 feet onto the ridge behind me and if I kept sliding it would mean going off the side of the mountain altogether.
its now been a week since I first started Student in Snowdonia and I am honestly thrilled with how far its come
What initially appears to be a rather empty landscape to most, is in truth an archaeologist’s playground.
In all my travels I tend to of found sunsets to be a period of incomparable beauty