First of many.
Did this as part of a larger circuit starting at Rhyd Ddu, climbing to Snowdon summit via the Rhyd Ddu path, to Y Llywedd, down to Pen-y-Pass, back up to the summit via Crib Goch and back to Rhyd Ddu via Bwich Cwmillan (near Quarry Upper Reservoir). Great hike.
Snowdon horshoe and North-east face.
I made several ascents either as part of Snowdon Horseshoe or just for itself starting from around 1971.
the name of the route, but like all routes it was long and easy to get off route!
This was just pure scrambling playtime really after many hour walking it feels brilliant to start using your hands again!
I went over Y Lliwedd on the way down from Snowdon to Pen-Y-Pass. Spectacular landscape!
As part of the snowdon horseshoe, in both directions.
Walked up several times, the last being with my dad as part of the horseshoe in 2004. Recently climbed the north face via Avalanche/Red Wall/Longland's continuation, and via Route II. Brilliant fun.
how often I was there, one way or another. Summer in winter, good weather bad weather etc. Great mountain.
Eschewing the more mundane starts to the then called 14 peaks, we (The Ford Climbing Club) ascended Lliwedd from Pen Y Pass on our way to Y Wyddfa and the rest of the Horseshoe before dropping down to Nant Peris and the killer climb up to Marchlyn Mawr.
Climbed with my wife as part of the horseshoe.
Went up on a really hot day and a friend of mine was sick over the edge, a nice story I know.
Been over here twice as part of the horseshoe.
Although my boots don't have hobnails, I will get around to doing some of the classic climbs here one day.
over the years. Its just a walk, with a big drop on one side.