Mount Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa Fawr) from Llyn Llydaw (W...
The area encompassing the highest mountain in England and Wales is quite complex, and has quite a few ridges leading to its summit, the northern side of two of these ridges contain two of the most classic crags in all of the UK; Lliwedd and the the much to aspire to Clogwyn D'Ur Arddu (Cloggy).
Pen-y-Pass is the trailhead for Lliwedd and The Horseshoe, and Llanberis is a good base for Cloggy.
Weather station 4.4 miles from here
13 Total Routes
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Featured Route For Snowdon Massif
White Slab 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a
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: ... : West Buttress
The hourglass shaped white slab is quite distinctive on the approach. This is one of the great Welsh slab climbs, if not the greatest, it's a big atmospheric mountain route, especially on a dank and cloudy day. The slabs are more steep thin edging than smearing.1. 5.10a - From the top of the shattered pinnacle traverse go down and left along the lip of the overhang, passing a shallow groove (used to be a pin here, not sure anymore) to another groove, up this to a large flake and belay.2. 5.7 - ...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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