Snowdon is the highest Mountain in Wales at an elevation of 1,085 metres above sea level. The environment of Snowdon, particularly its rare plants, has led to its designation as a National Nature Reserve. In addition to plants that are widespread in Snowdonia, Snowdon is home to some plants rarely found elsewhere in Britain. These include the “Snowdon lily”.
SUNSET ON MOUNT SNOWDON, NORTH WALES
Trekking Mt Snowdon (1,085m) during the day time forms a great challenge, but trekking to its summit for sunset brings another exciting element to this famous trek. Descending through the night brings a sense of achievement to an already recognised challenge. Seeing the sunset across Snowdonia National Park was a memory never to be forgotten.