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Barry Payne`s walk

After reading about the Snowdonia Slate Trail in Trail Magazine, I instantly knew I wanted to do it. And within 6 weeks of reading of it, I had.

I completed the whole trail in 5 days and I also added a climb up Snowdon along the Rhyd-Ddu Path.

The trail itself is amazing. I have seen new parts of Snowdonia I would not have seen if I hadn't completed the trail.

The trail is marked well enough, but I did get lost a couple of times. Not for long, I just deviated from the path slightly.

I highly recommend this trail and I will be back 100%.


2Llanllechid church and the mountains beyond

Gwaun Gynfi Moor

The firstof many crossings of the Welsh Highland Railway


Cwm Cynfal

Winning slate above Y Fron

Derelict house in Dorothea quarries above Nantlle

View down into Cwm Teigl

Cwm Teigl

Rhiwbach quarry

Above Capel Curig

Llyn Ogwen

A last rest in the Ogwen Valley

There`s the end of a wonderful walk

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28 January 2019
28 January 2019
13 December 2018
13 December 2018

Ariannwyr • Funders

  1. Heritage Lottery Fund
  2. Magnox, 
  3. Snowdonia National Park CAE Fund, 
  4. The Foyle Foundation, 
  5. The Garfield Weston Foundation, 
  6. The Oakdale Trust, 
  7. Community Fund in Wales, 
  8. HF Holidays, 
  9. Horizon, 
  10. First Hydro, 
  11. The Laspen Trust,
  12. Conwy County Borough Council,
  13. Bethesda Town Council, 
  14. Ffestiniog Town Council
  15. One private donor

Cefnogwyr • Supporters

  1. Snowdonia National Park
  2. Gwynedd Council
  3. Conwy County Borough Council
  4. The Snowdonia Society
  5. Ramblers Cymru
  6. Cofio Cwmorthin
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