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Looking for interesting walks in the area around Snowdon.

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    Hi Jonik,

    Last year, me and my girlfried, we did a 5 day trek in Snowdonia. We love it there, we have been there many times before.
    But last year we did something different. Everyday we hiked a different mountain and then we slept in a different hostel. It was one of my best trek ever. Apart Snowdon we hiked Glyder Fâch (photo: https://picasaweb.google.com/101114789248574649486/SnowdoniaNationalParkSnowdonNorthWalesSeverniWales#5602615008286824754), Devil's Kitchen and relaxed by the Idwal lake.
    I have put together details of our trek on my walking website (here is the link http://www.mintytrips.co.uk/north_wales_snowdonia.html).

    Hope you will find it useful. Enjoy Snowdonia :)

    Jacob over 6 years ago

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    Hi Jacob, thanks for your info, I too have spent many many good times in sNowdonia and know it well mostly, but always tend to go to the same Mountains. We are looking at some of the less walked and hidden gems when we can find them. The tourist and climbing areas are very busy in summer, these I have done many times! But some are hidden behind, maybe harder to get to from the road etc. these are the ones we are interested in because people generally don't want to look for them, it would be mean walking further from their cars! :) thanks for your help though and you have given me some good ideas, we are going to camp out each night in a different place, above 2000ft and near a water supply when possible. You should try this it's great! Good luck on your travels.... over 6 years ago

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    and just in case you two experienced hikers are inspiring others to give Snowdonia a try, here're some safety tips for the less-experienced.
    Phil from the safety hub. over 6 years ago

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