Tryfan is a mountain in the Ogwen Valley, within Snowdonia, in the county of Conwy, Wales. It makes part of the Glyderay range, with a height of 917.5 m (3010 feet), and is the most famous and remarkable peaks in UK, having a pointed shape with rugged crags. It offers many paths of ascent, ranging from easy ridge scrambling, to mountaineering rock climbs. It requires the use of hands (and feet, of course) on the ascent. It is oftenly climbed via its northern side, from A5 road. The ridge can be climbed via its southern side, too, which links the mountain to Glyder Fach.