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Links to other sites of interest

To complement your Wild Wales holiday or weekend ...

www.petes-eats.com – the climbers and walkers cafe, Pete's Eats in Llanberis, is a must for some filling mountain food and steaming mugs of tea after your day in the hills.

Before you head off walking or climbing, check the weather in Snowdonia and North Wales, including conditions on the hills, on the Mountain weather Wales page of the Met office site; and for the visuals, including a weekly Snowdon pic try weather.ccw.gov.uk.

There is a regularly updated webcam showing a view of the summit of Snowdon from Elidir Fach, provided courtesy of the Snowdonia Weather Stations Project.

If you'd prefer to book your own weekend accommodation in North Wales try the travel-quest walking friendly accommodation and accommodation in Wales sections.

To help you plan your journey to North Wales try Traffic Wales, which gives details of roadworks and traffic incidents as well as a journey planner.

 

And when the Wild Wales team are not in the Welsh hills ...

High Places – organise and run friendly and informal treks, hikes, climbs and ski-tours in high places worldwide; and here you'll find Ann Sweeney leading treks when she's not out in the mountains of Snowdonia.

Rob Collister International Mountain Guide – for some more information on Rob Collister's mountain guiding.

Stormflex slate roof conservation – when he's not out helping clients to climb hills or rock faces Jim Buckley is out climbing roofs! Jim has devised and patented the Stormflex slate roof repair system, an innovative system for preserving and repairing slate roofs.

 

And further afield ... and when the Wild Wales team are not in the Welsh hills ...

High Places– Based in New Zealand and Sheffield, Bob & Mary Lancaster organise and run friendly and informal treks, hikes, climbs and ski-tours in high places worldwide; and here you'll find Ann Sweeney leading treks when she's not out in the mountains of Snowdonia.

Hidden Places – Maria Coffey and Dag Goring run adventure kayak trips to Vietnam, Croatia, Galapagos and wilderness Canada.

The Wilderness Foundation UK – The Wilderness Foundation UK forms part of a global network with the aim of protecting wilderness areas wherever they are.

Wilderness Scotland – for backpacking journeys in the wildest parts of the Highlands and Islands.

 

Some great places to search ...

Travel-Quest walking holidays – for walking, trekking and hiking trips and holidays to other parts of the globe.

     
     

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