Moelwynion in Snowdonia

June 8, 2018

Yesterday a hike up the Cnicht in the Moelwynion Mountain range in the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. This 689 meter majestic peak often referred as the Matterhorn of Wales can be reached from the village of Croesor. The fence made out of spoils from the local quarry. Cotton Grass growing on an upland fen and mount Snowdon the highest peak in Wales & England in middle left. Atop Cnicht. Rhinocarpon Geograhicum lichen littered the floor of the old quarry an excellent gauge of good healthy air! Some of our guests catching the T2 bus from Porthmadog to Bangor to catch the ferry to Dublin on their journey back home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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