Y Lliwedd

Gwynedd, Wales

Not Suitable For Families

Y Lliwedd is one of Wales iconic rock faces, being linked to Snowdon in Snowdonia National Park, in the county of Gwynedd. Its elevation reaches 898 m (2946 feet). The eastern edges present steep cliffs, rising above Glaslyn and Llyn Llydaw. Few hikers that ascent Snowdon continue over this summit as the challenge of Wales'highest peak is satisfactory, dropping Y Lliwedd quiet and peaceful. The ascent can start from the Pen y Pass car park, following the Miners Tracks. Attention is required to maintain to the more distinct path that leades the walker up the East Ridge. The slope becomes steeper and rockier.

Rock Climbing
Landscape Photography
Gwynedd, Wales
Latitude: 53.058857, Longitude: -4.056451

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