I visited Wales for the first time to climb the country’s tallest mountain

I’ve spent time living in England, Scotland, Switzerland and Russia. So you might find it surprising that despite my extensive travels, I had never been to Wales.

It’s just less than a three hour drive from my hometown to the Welsh border so I don’t really have any good excuses for why I hadn’t been.

When a friend of mine suggested that we climb Mount Snowdon together, I jumped at the chance.

Not only because it was another peak to tick off my list but because it meant I’d finally venture into Wales.

Why climb Mount Snowdon?

Mount Snowdon, or more precisely, Yr Wyddfa is the second highest mountain peak in Britain at an

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