Tex Gore and I battled our way onto the summit of Wales’ highest peak yesterday, through 35 mph winds (accurately measured with the new toy) and 10 yard visibility to the empty summit cairn and trig point.
The walk was invigorating and great exercise and a fine example of Welsh weather.
We both enjoyed it to an extent, but were also quite disappointed that we got no long views from the summit, or of the summit.
The hill was odd in as much as we met loads of people coming down the hill, early in the day and the summit was empty when we got there. A full report to follow in the Day Walks section.