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Snowdon via PYG track from Pen Y Pass

Glaslyn (Lake) No ratings yet.

Glaslyn is a spectacularly placed glacial lake  on the Miner’s Track up Snowdon that nestles under the summit of Yr Wyddfa. Please rate this Rating

Aberdesach Beach No ratings yet.

A very convenient spot for a quick bit of sky watching seawards. Few houses and lights nearby, but otherwise not too bad. Please rate this Rating

Walk up The Easains from Tulloch Station

Lairig Leacach Bothy 4/5 (1)

Small Bothy in the depths of the Grey Corries. It’s a good walk in from any direction, with Spean Bridge being the most practical approach. Please rate this Rating

Staoineag Bothy No ratings yet.

Remote Bothy, either from Corrour or Glen Nevis. There are stepping stones if you approach on the north bank, though you’ll probably be better off walking to Loch Treig and crossing the bridge there. Please rate this Rating

Sourlies Bothy No ratings yet.

As remote as it gets. Knoydart is the remotest part of Scotland, while Sourlies is one of the remotest named places in Knoydart. It’s a good few hours walk in from Inverie, but hiring a boat in, now that would be an idea! Please rate this Rating

Dulyn Bothy No ratings yet.

This bothy, in the wilds of the Carneddau, can be busy. It’s spacious, but often full as it’s reasonably convenient to get to. Please rate this Rating

Llyn y Caseg Fraith No ratings yet.

One of my favorite wild camping spots, with the dawn view of Tryfan being one of the highlights. Bit boggy, but oh, the view!! Please rate this Rating

Llyn y Cwn No ratings yet.

Located below the steep slopes of Glyder Fawr, this is an idyllic wild camping spot or just a convenient lunch stop on a traverse of the Glyderau. It’s also quite busy! Please rate this Rating

Miner's Track up Snowdon

Llyn Llydaw No ratings yet.

Llyn Llydaw is a major landmark on any walk up Snowdon from Pen-y-Pass. Crossed by a causeway by the Miner’s Track at the far end, and dominating the Cwm from the Snowdon Horseshoe that skirts above. The beach at the near end (As you ascend!) is often used to cool off feet before the final …

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