The Walks

Trip reports of all of the multiple-day walks with wild camping that I have done in Snowdonia can be found below.
Every year since 1981 is included, with the exception of 1995 when I was unable to go.

1981, Prologue and First Trip
1982, Base Camp at Deiniolen
1983, Northern Carneddau from Aber
1984, Northern Carneddau from Llanfairfechan
1985, The Moelwyns from Beddgelert
1986, The Rhinogs from Llanbedr
1987, Northern Arenigs from Carrog
1988, South and North of Dolwyddelan
1989, South and North of Beddgelert
1990, Cadair Idris and The Arans from Dinas Mawddwy
1991, Eifionydd from Beddgelert
1992, Northern Carneddau from Conwy
1993, The Berwyns from Llidiart y Parc
1994, The Moelwyns from Beddgelert
1996, The Glyders from Betws-y-Coed
1997, Southern Arenigs and The Arans from Bala
1998, The Rhobells and The Rhinogs from Ganllwyd
1999, South-eastern Carneddau from Betws-y-Coed
2000, The Hebog group and the Nantlle hills from Beddgelert
2001, The Moelwyns from Betws-y-Coed
2002, Around Snowdon from Beddgelert
2003, Western Carneddau from Llanfairfechan
2004, The Tarrens from Dolgoch
2005, The Hebog group and the Nantlle hills from Beddgelert
2006, Southern Arenigs from Llanuwchllyn
2007, East of Trawsfynydd
2008, Dyfi Hills from Dinas Mawddwy
2009, The Moelwyns from Beddgelert
2010, The Arans from Llanuwchllyn
2011, The Moelwyns from Dolwyddelan
2012, West Berwyn from Cynwyd
2013, South-eastern Carneddau from Betws-y-Coed
May 2014, Western Arenigs from Llanelltyd
Sep. 2014, The Moelwyns from Tanygrisiau
May 2015, The Moelwyns from Dolwyddelan
Sep. 2015, The Rhinogs from Trawsfynydd
May 2016, The Rhinogs from Trawsfynydd (return)
Sep. 2016, The Moelwyns from Dolwyddelan (return)
May 2017, West of Llanuwchllyn
Sep. 2017, Circuit around Snowdon

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2 responses

  1. You seem to have been very unlucky with the weather on your September walk, especially as most of the rest of the month was fine! I usually start my Moelwyns walks at Tanygrisiau. You can park at the end of the track that leads up to the dam, the car park by the cafe, or leave the car in Blaenau Ffestiniog. I have camped on the summit of Moelwyn Mawr a few times. However, you need to have a good forecast. The last time I camped there, I had to pack up at 2:00am in a thunderstorm, the wind was collapsing the tent poles.

    There are some good camping spots between the two Moelwyn peaks and as you already know, a bit further away by the small tarns.

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  2. The weather might have been fine in Wales, but six days after returning home to Middlesex my house was flooded in an exceptional rainstorm! But you did say “most” of for the rest of the month.
    I know the way from Tanygrisiau that you describe, I set off the same way in September 2014, though most of the route I followed was to the east of Blaenau Ffestiniog.

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