Why Snowdon? – Part 1

Why Snowdon? – Part 1

With a height of over one thousand metres above sea level, the huge rock formation known as Snowdon is the largest mountain in Wales and in fact the British Isles. Formed by volcanic ruptures in the Paleozoic era around 485 million years ago, this gargantuan mountain sits proudly atop a beautiful landscape of green hills and wet lakes. The superb vistas, and...

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