Tryfan and Ogwen Valley, North Wales
A challenging climb, a revered mountain venue for Rock Climbers, the striking outline of Tryfan, with a height of 3010ft. it is the most dominant of the Glyder range, part of the Snowdonia massif.
It is suggested that the name Tryfan is a derivation of ‘Top Peak’. Only memories now for me of some spectacular days climbing, but still one of my ‘Top Peaks’ …. and of another memory….. it was often rather wet, which made climbing interesting!
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(C) David Oakes 2020