Tryfan

Leaping from Adam to Eve.  These two monoliths at the summit of Tryfan are some 3m high and are visible from the valley floor, approximately 600m below.

Leaping from Adam to Eve. These two monoliths at the summit of Tryfan are some 3m high and are visible from the valley floor, approximately 600m below.

Date

8 June 2013
Location

Tryfan, Glyderau

SH 66386 59408; 53.11505°N, 3.99777°W

Panorama from Glyder Fawr in the southwest (left) to Pent yr Ole Wen in the northwest (right)

Panorama looking towards Glyder Fawr in the southwest (left) to Pen yr Ole Wen in the northwest (right)

Tryfan Bach and Tryfan from Gwern Gof Uchaf

Tryfan Bach and Tryfan from Gwern Gof Uchaf

Y Garn and the tarns Llyn Bochlwyd (left) and Llyn Idwal (right)

Y Garn and the tarns Llyn Bochlwyd (left) and Llyn Idwal (right)

Looking towards Glyder Fach

Looking towards Glyder Fach

Looking north towards the Carneddau

Looking north towards the Carneddau

Amateur radio enthusiasts broadcasting from the summit

Amateur radio enthusiasts broadcasting from the summit

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4 thoughts on “Tryfan

  1. Tryfan means peak or summit in old Welsh (Middle Welsh?) but I do not know what the equivalent is in modern Welsh.

  2. Pingback: Moon and Tryfan | GeoTopoi

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