Winter pictures

None of these photos have been enhanced in any way.

(Please don’t reproduce any photos without permission.)

The summit pillar

The summit pillar

The summit from Glaslyn

Looking over Hafod Eryri from the summit pillar

Carnedd Ugain from Bwlch Glas

The summit from Bwlch Glas

Looking down to Glaslyn and Llyn Llydaw from Bwlch Glas

The entrance to Hafod Eryri

Towards Y Lliwedd from the summit

Towards Crib Goch from the summit

Towards Y Lliwedd and the summit from Llyn Llydaw

The Horns from the Causeway on Llyn Llydaw

The summit and Crib Goch from the Causeway on Llyn Llydaw

The view over Llanberis and Anglesey from the summit

The summit station

The summit pillar

The summit approach

The path between Bwlch Glas and the summit

At the Intersection on the Pyg/Miners’ Track

Y Lliwedd from Glaslyn

A winter temperature inversion from the summit, looking over Crib Goch and Y Glyderau

A winter temperature inversion looking towards the summit from Carnedd Ugain

Looking up the zig-zags on the upper Pyg Track – just a ramp of deep snow

The standing stones at Bwlch Glas

The summit pillar

Llyn Llydaw from Bwlch y Moch

Please remember that in winter Snowdon can be a really inhospitable and dangerous place for the unprepared or inexperienced.

In full winter conditions, when there is snow and ice around, walking the paths is altogether more challenging than in summer, both physically and mentally, and you must have the appropriate winter kit.

See our page about walking up Snowdon in winter.


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