David Berry Walks
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Walks in the Heart of Snowdonia

An updated second edition offering thirty six walks exploring the beautiful landscape and history of the most popular part of the Snowdonia National Park, a stunning area of mountains, rivers, and lakes.


Apart from a popular climb up Snowdon, at 3,560 feet the highest mountain in England and Wales, there are walks by rivers, through woodland and impressive slate quarries, past valley and upland lakes, as well as to lesser known foothills of the high mountain peaks. Some follow waymarked National Trust trails, perhaps in the company of mountain goats. Others offer close views of the three narrow gauge steam railways (Snowdon Mountain, Llanberis Lake and the Welsh Highland Railway) that are a feature of this area. For the more experienced, there are more demanding lower mountain tops or ridge walks.


The walks range from an easy 1 1/4 mile riverside ramble suitable for wheel/pushchairs to a challenging 9 1/2 mile exploration of a rugged remote area of upland lakes.






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