Snowdon and Llynnau Mymbyr (IR)

Looking across Llynnau Mymbyr to the Snowdon massif (Lliwedd, Snowdon, Crib Goch and Garnedd Ugain)

Looking across Llynnau Mymbyr to the Snowdon massif (Y Lliwedd, Snowdon, Crib Goch and Garnedd Ugain). [Shot in infrared]

Date

28 December 2014
Location

Llynnau Mymbyr, Capel Curig

SH 71586 57828; 53.10213°N, 3.91950°W

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Panorama of the Glyderau from Carnedd Dafydd

Panoramic view from close to the summit of Carnedd Daffydd

Date

2 May 2011
Location

Carnedd Dafydd, Carneddau

SH 66142 62941; 53.14672°N, 4.00290°W

Information

With an elevation of 1044 m, Carnedd Dafydd is the fourth highest peak in Wales (when Garnedd Ugain in the Snowdon massif is included). The name of the mountain means David’s Cairn, probably in honour of Dafydd ap Gruffudd, younger brother of the last independent prince of Wales, Llywelyn ap Gruffudd. Dafydd was captured in 1283 and taken to Shrewsbury where he was hanged, drawn and quartered.

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Snowdon Horseshoe

Y Lliwedd - East Peak from West Peak (SH 62242 53343)

Date

4 June 2010
Location Snowdon Horseshoe
Y Liwedd – West Peak SH 62242 53343 53.05951°N, 4.05706°W
Y Liwedd – East Peak SH 62385 53259 53.05880°N, 4.05487°W
Llyn Llydaw Causeway SH 63435 54669 53.07173°N, 4.03983°W
Crib Goch SH 62537 55260 53.07681°N, 4.05346°W
Garnedd Ugain

SH 61768 55194 53.07601°N, 4.06491°W

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