Mount Snowdon - An illustrated guide to Snowdonia National Park
Mount Snowdon, in Welsh, Yr Wyddfa, meaning 'the tumulus', dominates the landscape of North Wales, soaring to 3,560 feet (1,085m) and is the highest mountain in Wales or England. The Snowdon range consists of eleven peaks, three of which surpass 3,000 feet.
The Corn Mill at Llangollen
Looking along the River Dee from the bridge in Llangollen. To the left is The Corn Mill, a popular pub which serves real ales and has a reputation for good food. A flour mill has stood in this spot by the Dee for 700 years. The current building dates back to 1786, and was used as a mill until 1974. It re-opened in its current form in 2000.
View from Rhinlas, the slopes below Cefn Ysgolion Duon looking towards Llyn Ogwen with Tryfan and the Glyderau on the left, Y Garn in the centre and Pen yr Ole Wen on the right
View from Rhinlas, the slopes below Cefn Ysgolion Duon looking towards Llyn Ogwen with Tryfan and the Glyderau on the left, Y Garn in the centre and Pen yr Ole Wen on the right | Snowdonia. High quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, and postcards. National Trust
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