1st April -- Betws-y-Coed, N. Wales
A glorious sunny day, perfect walking weather and splendid views
The C walk started about a mile west of Dolwyddellen and walked back along the Lledr valley to Betws
Assorted livestock...

Two B walks did the same circular route in opposite directions. The pictures come from the clockwise walk - first crossing from Betws to the east side of the Conway valley then doing a clockwise circuit over the hills east of Capel Garmon back to the Conway valley, finishing along the river, past Fairy Glen.
This view of the Glyder range, with Tryfan's rocky face prominent in the middle, was the reward for a stiff climb through the woods ..
.. and don't we look pleased with ourselves!
Moel Siabod and the Glyders
Heads down for the lunch stop Meeting Roger's anti-clockwise party
Picking through a boggy patch
Remains of a long chambered burial mound near Capel Garmon
Snowdon finally emerges from behind the closer bulk of Moel Siabod

The A walk started from Dolwyddellan and scrambled up Moel Siabod, then down to Capel Curig and back to Betws along the Llugwy valley via the Swallow Falls
Red card for Clive?
Tony can't resist a platform!
Swallow Falls

Finally at the Royal Oak

Photos by Phil Cunningham, Diana Young, Derek Hesketh, John Hodgson and Colin Jacobs