A short trip to Snowdonia

I haven’t written in my blog for a long time I haven’t got my hands on the camera to go somewhere for a while.
I decided a month ago, together with three friends of mine, to go out somewhere for the weekend.

Considering I’ve been to Snowdon four times before and it rained every time, I decided to try my luck.

The trip to Snowdonia

It had been a while since we had climbed the mountain, so we decided to take the Llanberis path.
We left London on Saturday morning at 4 o’clock. I drove four and a half hours until we arrived in the car park in Llanberis (LL55 4TU), near the train station. You can leave the car there for a whole day for just £10.

We started the climb at 9 AM enjoying the beautiful weather. The wind was blowing right from the bottom of Llanberis, but that was not an impediment for us or a few thousand other mountain lovers. When we reached the top, the wind was blowing even with 45 m/h.
I had the camera with me all the way up, I focused more on creating panoramas and catching the details.
On the way down we stopped at Pen Ceunant Isaf, a coffee shop where you can warm up with a hot tea and Welsh delicacies, but my friends preferred the beer. I was the driver so…
Before leaving for the hotel, we stopped to watch the sunset at South Stack Lighthouse.
For those who want to get there, there is parking and the address is: South Stack Lighthouse, Holyhead LL65 1YH

I leave you to enjoy the pictures and the landscape.
Thank you for your interest.


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