A snowy walk on a Winter’s Day

Last month I spent the week in Snowdonia with my humans and we decided to walk a section of the Miner’s Track up Snowdon.  Ensuring the humans were wrapped up warm, off we ventured to explore the Miner’s Track and take in the breath taking views of the snowy landscape ahead of us.

From the Pen y Pass car park, we passed through a gate and followed the gentle upward sloped path. It was not long before we had mountains surrounding us.

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The first lake we passed was Llyn Teyrn – the frozen lake looked stunning set within the snowy peaks of the mountains.

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The second lake we came to was Llyn Llydaw and the panoramic view of the snowy mountains was awe-inspiring.

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Ice was beginning to cover the path, so the humans thought it wise not to walk on any further – especially as I do not have a doggy ice axe or crampons! So we retraced our steps and headed back to the car.

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BUT before we did, HuDad and I frolicked in the snow!

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*waggy tail*

Ruby Dog X

 

 

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3 thoughts on “A snowy walk on a Winter’s Day

  1. Rosie @Eco-Gites of Lenault

    What a clever dog you are writing a blog and you take a lovely photo in the snow. Saari, our Husky x German Shepherd takes a great photo but Harry, our Black Lab tends to either end up as a black blob in thephoto or runs towards the camera in youthful enthusiasm for another cuddle.

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