- Bear Grylls on Britain's biggest adventures
- We find him chatting happily, hanging off the vertical cliff face of Clogwyn Du'r Arddu. “Some of the world's best climbers have come here – including my hero, Sir Edmund Hillary, prior to his Everest ascent.
- Putting our heads together for tigers
- “Wild Sumatran tiger” by Arddu. Licensed under CC BY 2.0 via Commons.
- One of Snowdonia's mountains is really just a big hill
- A Snowdonia mountain has been downgraded to be listed as a hill - Moelwyn Mawr misses out on the vital criteria by mere millimetres. Under the renowned guidelines, a peak needs to be 2,000ft high and have a 15m or more height difference between the ...
- Llanberis wild swimmer to exhibit her photos and film
- A secluded lake, nestled beneath the towering cliffs of Snowdon, is a wild swimmer's favourite lake. Vivienne Rickman-Poole from Llanberis swims in many Snowdonian lakes year round. She swims year-round, often alone except for the company of birds.
- My final thought: I hope I've failed well
- Chris Woodhead was a keen climber (Harriet Logan). THE day had dawned fine, but by the time Phil and I had started walking up the hill, the sky was clouding over. We were heading for Clogwyn du'r Arddu, the great black cliff near the summit of Snowdon.
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