Part 1: The Glyders
In late November last year the weather was looking nice for the weekend, so Chris and I made a last minute dash to Snowdonia for some fresh air.
We picked a route over the Glyders from west to east. Setting off well before dawn we had some lovely views of sunrise.
The Glyders (Glyder Fawr and Glyder Fach) have a series of rocky outcroppings which are great for exploring. They were stunning with a touch of frost on them.
Having done the Glyders and Snowdon on the same weekend, I found the Glyders much more rewarding - you get more interesting views (including across to Snowdon), more interesting terain to explore, and less people.