Snowdonia's Hills and Mountains
Posted by Dan | Nov 8th, 2020 - 3:49pm
Fancy yourself an experienced walker who has seen every little nook and cranny around North Wales? See how well you do with these 10 questions all about Snowdonia national park and its many varying peaks and hills. This quiz requires walkers to have scaled hills and mountains alike, to have seen lakes in the furthest reaches of Snowdonia - and to be able to recall where they are! Best of luck to you and if you don't manage a perfect score then you have a great excuse to plan your next trip out there to find the pieces you are missing...
How many peaks are officially in the Welsh 3000s challenge?
From which town would you take the Snowdon railway?
On which mountain range would you find Cwm Idwal and Llyn Idwal?
Snowdon may be the tallest peak in Wales, and the tallest peak south of the Scottish Highlands, but where does it rank in the British Isles?
Llyn Ogwen is a stunning lake nestled in a valley that is dwarfed by two iconic peaks - which are they?
On which hillside overlooking the coast would you find the Frenchman's Grave?
On which mountain range would you find Cregennan Lakes?
Llyn Bodlyn sits in the shadow of a beautiful and looming crag (cliff) - but to which mountain does the crag belong?
When taking a trip up Cadair Idris, on which walking route would you be able to visit Llyn Cau?
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