Mae Wardeiniaid Awdurdod Parc Cenedlaethol
- Crib Goch
One of the country’s most popular ridges; its sharp rock peak cannot be ascended without scrambling (in-between a steep walk and a rock climb which will require you to use your hands) while the famously exposed knife-edged ridge connecting it with Garnedd Ugain is an area where the unprepared can get into difficulties. The exposure to high winds can be fierce, it can be slippery underfoot and there is a danger of losing your way and veering off the path.
- Zigzags below Bwlch Glas on the Pyg/Miner’s Track
The fact that this area is traversed by a very popular path, and is generally straightforward in summer, is no guarantee that it’ll be a stroll in the park all year round. This steep slope can be treacherously icy in winter and may be
Steepground above Pant y Lluwchfa and the intersection of the Pyg and Miners’ Tracks
Beware of losing the path in this area or you could end up getting into difficulty in this dangerous terrain….
- Top of Watkin Path
- Llanberis Path in winter
- North Ridge of Tryfan
- Top of Devil’s Kitchen