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Cicerone Guides: Hillwalking in Snowdonia Glyders, Carnedddau and Outlying Areas

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Steve Ashton
160 pages, photos, maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Cicerone Guides: Hillwalking in Snowdonia
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A guidebook to nearly 70 hillwalking routes throughout Snowdonia in Wales, including the central areas of the Carneddau, Glyders and Snowdon, as well as outlying areas of the Moelwyns, Eifionydd, Rhinogs, Arenigs and Cader Idris.

Contents

CARNEDDAU; 1: Carneddau North; 1.1 Carnedd Llewelyn via Drum; 1.2 Carnedd Llewelyn via Aber Falls; 1.3 Drosgl Foel Fras Drum; 2: Carneddau West; 2.1 Carnedd Dafydd from Gerlan; 2.2 Carnedd Llewelyn from Gerlan; 2.3 Carnedd Llewelyn via Yr Elen; 2.4 Cwm Llafar Horseshoe; 3: Carneddau South; 3.1 Carnedd Dafydd from Ogwen Cottage; 3.2 Pen yr Ole Wen from Tal y Llyn; 3.3 Carnedd Dafydd via Ffynnon Llugwy; 3.4 Carnedd Llewelyn via Ffynnon Llugwy; 3.5 Pen yr Helgi Du via Y Braich; 3.6 Dafydd Llewelyn Helgi Du; 4: Carneddau East; 4.1 Pen Llithrig y Wrach from Capel Curig; 4.2 Pen Llithrig y Wrach Pen yr Helgi Du; 4.3 Creigiau Gleision from Capel Curig; 4.4 Creigiau Gleision and Crafnant; 5: Carneddau North-East; 5.1 Carnedd Llewelyn via Foel Grach; 5.2 Carnedd Llewelyn via Cwm Eigiau; 5.3 Pen Llithrig y Wrach from Llyn Eigiau; 5.4 Cwm Eigiau Horseshoe; GLYDERS; 6: Glyders West; 6.1 Y Garn from Nant Peris; 6.2 Y Garn Foel Goch Elidir Fawr; 6.3 Y Garn North-East Ridge; 6.4 Y Garn via Devils Kitchen; 7: Glyders North; 7.1 Glyders Fawr via Devils Kitchen; 7.2 Glyder Fawr via Cwm Cneifion; 7.3 Glyder Fawr via Y Gribin; 7.4 Glyder Fach via Cwm Bochlwyd; 7.5 Glyder Fach via Bristly Ridge; 7.6 The Glyders from Ogwen; 8: Glyders East; 8.1 Tryfan North Ridge; 8.2 Tryfan via Heather Terrace; 8.3 Cwm Tryfan and Tryfan South Ridge; 8.4 Cwm Bochlwyd Horseshoe; 8.5 Glyder Fach via Braich y Ddeugwm; 8.6 Glyder Fach from Capel Curig; 9: Glyders South; 9.1 Glyder Fawr from Pen y Pass; 9.2 Glyder Fach from Pen y Gwryd; 9.3 Glyders from the south; SNOWDON; 10: Snowdon North-West; 10.1 Snowdon via the Llanberis Path; 10.2 Snowdon via the Llanberis ridge; 10.3 Moel Eilio group from Llanberis; 10.4 Snowdon via Moel Eilio; 10.5 Snowdon from the Snowdon Ranger; 10.6 Moel Cynghorion from the Snowdon Ranger; 11: Snowdon East; 11.1 Snowdon via the Pig Track; 11.2 Snowdon via Crib Goch; 11.3 Snowdon via the Miners Track; 11.4 Snowdon via Y Gribin; 11.5 Snowdon via Lliwedd; 11.6 Snowdon Horseshoe; 12: Snowdon South; 12.1 Snowdon via the Watkin Path; 12.2 Snowdon South Ridge; 12.3 y Aran from Nant Gwynant; 12.4 Snowdon from Rhyd Ddu; OUTLYING AREAS; 13: Moelwyns; 13.1 Moel Siabod from Pont Cyfyng; 13.2 Cnicht from Nanmor; 13.3 Cnicht and the Moelwyns from Croesor; 14: Eifionydd; 14.1 Moel Hebog and Moel Lefn from Beddgelert; 14.2 Trum y Ddysgl from Rhyd Ddu; 14.3 Nantlle Ridge; 14.4 Mynydd Mawr from Snowdon Ranger; 15:Southern Snowdonia; 15.1 Rhinog Fawr via the Roman Steps; 15.2 Cader Idris from the north; 15.3 Cader Idris from Minffordd; 15.4 Aran Ridge; 15.5 Arenig Fawr

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Biography

Steve lived in Snowdonia for 20 years, during which he gained an intimate knowledge of walks and climbs in the region. Among a number of mountaineering books he wrote at this time, the best known is his highly influential and now classic Scrambles in Snowdonia, which was largely responsible for reviving interest in this esoteric sport. For several years Steve was a columnist for High Mountain Sports and Country Living magazines. He currently works as an actor and playwright.
Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Steve Ashton
160 pages, photos, maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
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