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http://ilvinopertutti.it/?tykios=regulation-option-binaire&5ac=42 After feeling pretty high from completing Scafell Pike I decided to do the same for Snowdon. I had got it in my head that I want to climb all three of the highest peaks in the UK (these are in case you don’t know Scafell Pike, Ben Nevis and Snowdon). Luckily for me Snowdon is not that far away for me to travel. As soon as we got parked away we went!

What was the route like

http://fhlchristianministries.org/?encycloped=Binary-options-trading-in-urdu-risks&7a7=03 There are a few routes up Snowdon, we walked on the Llanberis route which is one of the easiest and the most touristy route. As soon as you start the road is very steep, I felt that it was one of the steepest parts! It snakes around and you soon just follow the path up. The path is extremely rocky I enjoyed seeing the views (walking shoes are a must). Halfway there is a cafe and toilet (50p to use the toilet incase you were wondering). At this part it is relatively flat, there are a couple of bridges that you walk under. It starts to get steeper and at the top the summit it is very thin (it feels like walking on a knife edge) and everyone is crammed at the top taking photos.

click The geeky Geographer in me (I studied Geography at degree level) was walking up and noticing all of the glacial features (the summit is a pyramidal peak and there are lots of corries) Funnily enough there is a restaurant there and a train station at the top, so if you are not interested in walking, can’t walk it or want to walk one way and get the train back down the other. There is that option (which if you think about it, is quite bizarre to have a train on top of a mountain).

click here View of Snowdon consisting of mountains, sun and clouds

What was the weather like

http://www.siai.it/?ityies=trading-binario-apps&653=62 The weather was really good, it was lovely and warm, no rain at all. I wore joggers and a t-shirt with a rain jacket packed in the bag just incase. As we got close to the summit the weather turned so nasty, it had clouded over it was cold so I popped my jacket on.

rencontre vegan View of fields and sky in Snowdon.

How fit do I need to be?

tastylia (tadalafil) 100% guarantee of pleasure To be honest you don’t need to be the fittest to climb Snowdon – the hardest bit I thought was the steep road at the very start. As long as you give yourself some time, wear proper footwear and carry water then you will be fine. It is worth taking a map and a compass incase you get lost. and Make sure you tell someone where you are going as well.

d2f9da9519bc1dda24ecdd2cf4284547 Hello, I know its been a while. I have been very busy with work and then being ill which has kept me off my bike. Today I am writing about Llandegla Forest that I and my partner went for a afternoon of mountain biking a month back now. Llandegla Forest is in Denbighshire North East Wales and according to the website the forest is privately owned.

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click here My partner and I decided to do the blue route which was the medium route because again we were not advanced enough yet in our mountain biking skills to tackle the harder routes. The route had a variety of slopes, pump tracks and berms. I enjoyed the views and couldn’t resist in stopping and taking a few photos. The tracks were wide enough in the most part that if other people could get past you. So you don’t feel as if you are holding people up. The day I went was a school day therefore there wasn’t many people about. Which meant I could go at my own pace and spend ages practicing on the Pump Track ┬áThe route was appropriately challenging for myself and I would certainly recommend for a great day out.

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Points to note:
There are facilities on site such as the toilets and a Cafe.
You do have to pay for parking. I cannot remember how much however I do remember thinking it was a reasonable price.
There is a great mini pump track at the end of the route which I loved going around. There is also a free ride track. For more information please visit the Llandegla Forest website.