The problem with climbing famous mountains like Snowdon is sharing them with thousands of others. So our writer finds a smaller Welsh peak that still makes her feel on top of the world
Plus five more small peaks
It’s easy to get carried away with celebrity – only to be disappointed when you eventually make the encounter.
That was my experience of Snowdon – an A-list mountain. Standing at 1,085 metres, it’s the highest point in Wales and every year attracts hordes of people who want to stand on top of it. Such is its pull that there’s a cafe at the summit, a train (courtesy of the Victorians) to take you up it, and a whole network of paths leading from the overflowing car parks at its base.
Source: The Guardian