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ROCKFAX SNOWDONIA: MOUNTAIN WALKS & SCRAMBLES

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Rockfax Snowdonia: Mounatin Walks and Scrambles

This new book by Mark Reeves covers all the best mountain walks and scrambles in and around the Snowdonia area. The coverage is done in full Rockfax style with bigh overview photos, precise route descriptions and detailsed maps. It also has an extensive introduction covering some of the basic skills required for scrambling, route planning and navigation.

The walks start from basic routes up to the summit of Snowdon like the Llanberis Path. The main information is focussed on the multitude of scrambling possibilities which range from long link-ups like the Snowdon Horshoe, steady ridges like Bristly Ridge and full rock climbs like Grooved Arete on the East Face of Tryfan. The walks are covered with a map, description and sometimes an overview photograph. The scrambles mostly have detailed overview photographs, descriptions and approach maps. The harder scrambles and climbs all have detailed description and photo topos.

Snowdonia: Mounatin Walks and Scrambles Features & Specifications:

Author: Mark Reeves
No of Pages: 300
Page Size: 147 x 210 mm
Publisher: Rockfax
Published Date: December 2020
Edition: 1st, 2020
Binding: Paperback (flapped)
Illustrations: Full colour photos and topos throughout
Weight: 550g

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