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Looking up Cwm Llan and the Watkin Path; Lliwedd is on the right but the summit is under cloud

Starting to rise on the Watkin Path towards the waterfalls; the cloud is still on the summit

The view behind; the lower path is clearly visible

The Gladstone Rock; electioneering 1890s style

Yr Aran with Moel Hebog behind

The view across the Horseshoe to Crib Goch

Llyn Lladaw at the heart of the Snowdon Horseshoe; the Miners' Track is visible as is Moel Siabod on the extreme right.

Lliwedd across the Pass of the Arrows (Bwlch y Saethau)

The summit cloud starts to lift. The large lakest is Llyn Cwellyn with Mynydd Mawr behind; Moel Eilio in the distance (right)

Crib Goch again; well it is a bit special and the day had become brighter

The view back up the top section of the Watkin Path leading to the Snowdon summit

A wider angle of the summit

And finally, thumbnails of a lamb (on zoom - FMD restrictions!!) and two waterfalls

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