|Alt. names||Yr Wyddfa|
|Primary factor [m]||
Fixed point 30 U 439855 6204995 - located to the north, west of the A80/A803 intersection, on the shores of the Forth and Clyde canal.
|Secondary factor [km]||
Approx. point 30 V 405170 6248208 - located to the north, on the south ridge of Stob Binnein.
|Location||UTM: 30 U 427890 5880431|
|Lat/Lon: N53°04'06.6" W4°04'34.4"|
Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales, and is the highest British mountain south of the Scottish Highlands. The mountain attracts a lot of tourists during the summer, and offers many hiking, scrambling and climbing routes. In addition there is a mountain train that runs from Llanberis to the summit (not during winter).
|Main photo||Snowdon seen from lake Glaslyn (summit hidden by fog).|
|Routes||Snowdon & Garnedd Ugain from Pen-y-pass via Miners' Track|