#1: Looking North through the fog.
#2: The view East.
#3: The fog lifts for a moment as we look South.
#4: The view West over the lake.
#5: GPS showing all zeros.
#6: Approaching the chapel ruins on the slate lined path as the clouds descend.
#7: Quarrymen's row house ruins with some of the many slate waste heaps in the background.
#8: The stile over the fence which keeps the sheep in their own area.
#9: Wild flowers, heather and ferns growing in the rocks along the grassy path beyond the confluence.
#10: The view of the valley on the "clear" side of the mountain. The Irish Sea can be seen 10 miles away.
#11: Blaenau Ffestiniog railway station with both narrow guage and regular tracks. Moelwyn Mountains in the background.
#12: Scenes from our ride on the Rheilfford Ffestiniog narrow guage railway.