Mountain & Hillwalking in Snowdonia: Volume 1



Mountain and Hill Walking in Snowdonia is a two volume in-depth guide to every summit of note in the Snowdonia National Park. Each recommended route is described in detail and accompanied by a full colour relief map. All the routes are circular and include information on parking, distance and height gained.

Volume 1 covers the northern half of the National Park.



Snowdonia is one of the most celebrated and spectacular highland areas in the British Isles — a region of hills, mountains and wild moorland occupying the northwest corner of Wales. It has around 100 summits above 600 metres (approx. 2000 feet) and contains all fourteen of Wales’ highest 3000 foot (914m) mountains.


The Carneddau
Northern Carneddau from Aber Falls
The round of Cwm Caseg & Cwm Llafar
Cwm Llafar Horseshoe
The Carneddau from the east via Cwm Eigiau
Southern Carneddau from Ogwen
Pen Llithrig y Wrach & Pen yr helgi Ddu
Craigiau Gleison & the Crafnant skyline

The Glyderau
The Northern Glyderau from Ogwen
Glyder Fawr & Y Garn by Y Gribin
Glyder Fach & Glyder Fawr from Llyn Ogwen
Glyder Fach & Glyder Fawr from Pen-y-Gwryd
Senior’s Ridge, Glyder Fawr & Y Gribin
Tryfan via Heather Terrace, the South Ridge & Cwm Tryfan
Tryfan—East face, South Ridge & Braich Ddeugwm
The Bochlwyd Horseshoe
Eastern Glyderau from Capel Curig

Snowdon/Yr Wyddfa
Snowdon from Llanberis—The Llanberis Ridge
Snowdon from the west—Snowdon Ranger/Rhyd-Ddu Paths
Snowdon from the east—Pyg Track/Miners’ Track
The Snowdon Horseshoe
Snowdon from the south—Cwm Llan Horseshoe
Cwm Glas Horseshoe—Crib Goch/Gyrn Lâs Ridge
Moel Eilio group

The Eifionydd hills
Mynydd Mawr from Rhyd-Ddu
Moel Hebog from Beddgelert
The Nantlle Ridge

What they say …

“Rogers writes concisely and accurately – you can tell he’s a seasoned hillwalker – and readers will find his routes are well planned for splendid days out.”

— John Gilham, TGO magazine


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