Camping at "Henry's Farm"
This striking little fungus looked like a flame
We shared a little of our lunch with this friendly robin
We picnicked near Swallow Falls
Entrance to an old mine
Tenacious "Christmas tree" growing out on a rock wall
Gardens of Gwydir Castle
We love camping
This pine forest felt magical, like we might see a unicorn in a clearing
Llyn Elsi (Llyn means lake in Welsh)
Magic toadstool. All we need now is a gnome.
The forests near Betws-y-coed were incredibly lush, with moss growing everywhere. We half expected our tent to be covered in moss after a week camping in Betws-y-coed.
View from the ascent of Snowdon
The path to the Crib Goch ridge
Resting on the way to Crib Goch. Even getting to the ridge is a scramble.
Our photos don't capture just how scary it was traversing this ridge.
Lake beneath Snowdon, viewed from Crib Goch
Traversing Crib Goch
Made it past Crib Goch (which you can see in the background).
Still a little further to reach the peak of Snowdon
Fantastic views from the top. Well, there would be, if it weren't for the cloud.
It gets chilly walking downhill, hence the jumpers and beanie
Lake beneath Snowdon
Ruined cottage just north of Betws-y-Coed. Beautiful location