Ice sculptures.

The Glyderau range contains the fifth and sixth tallest mountains in Wales, the shorter of which is only just short of a kilometre high, and the taller of which was only found to be over a kilometre high two years after this trip. It is supposed to have some of the best examples of glacial landscapes, and it's quite easy to see why.

Depending on the weather, we had three plans (as well as fallbacks in other ranges). The first was simply to climb Tryfan. The second was to continue from Tryfan to Glyder Fach. The third was to continue from Glyder Fach to Glyder Fawr, then down via a different route to complete a loop.