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Dessie1: Track 2009 in area near Snowdonia (Britain)
Snowdown-LLanberis Path route
Length: 14.9km, Creator time taken: 4h20m, Ascent: 416m,
Descent: 232m

Places: Start at SH58227 59605, Snowdon - Yr Wyddfa, end at SH59049 58134 1.7km SE from Start
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Starting at the car park at the end of Victoria Terrace (£8 per day) a relatively easy walk after an initial slog to gain height at the start on tarmac which switches to a rocky path for the remainder of the route.Train station at summit has welcome refreshments but a word of warning -only food purchased on the premises can be consumed inside, so if you have a packed lunch be prepared to stand outside in the cold! Also be prepared to wait your turn to get your summit photo as crowds appear from the trains and expect to walk straight to the trig pillar without queue!

Uploaded on: Thu, 25 Oct 2012 (07:15:18)
Trackback: http://mountainviews.ie/track/2009/  
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