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  • proper n. A mountainous region in North Wales


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  • It is the only lake in Snowdonia that permits power boats and water skiing.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • The forestry commision informed him that the only lake in Snowdonia that is part privately owned is Llyn Geirionydd.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • One minor thing - the Toni Comer PC died of pneumonia not a heart attack. he’d been having trouble sleeping, had been taking Nytol and was found in Snowdonia (I think) after going out ‘for a walk’.

    Police Officer Seriously Injured « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • One of these protective mountain ranges, known as Snowdonia, includes Mount Snowdon, which is the highest peak in either England or Wales.

    The Pawprints of History

  • The mountainous region known as Snowdonia in English is rendered as Eryri in Welsh - the place of eagles, though none are here now - while the Snowdon peak is called Yr Wyddfa, which means 'the Tomb'.

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  • Currently, DAB coverage reaches about 90 per cent of the population but is extremely patchy in hilly areas such as Snowdonia in Wales and the Peak District in England. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • The coastal contours curve into the distance on all sides of the site, with Snowdonia's dramatic mountains providing the landward backdrop.

    The 10 best campsites for views

  • The campsite is situated at the top of Lake Bala in Snowdonia national park – meaning that kicks for windsurfers and sailors come guaranteed.

    The 10 best active campsites

  • Apr-Sep; from £160 for a weekend, £240 midweek, £495 per full week; 07773 505671Cae Wennol is situated in an 11-acre, family-run smallholding in the north-eastern approaches of the Snowdonia national park.

    The 10 best campsites for luxury

  • Urged to paint directly from nature, they climbed in Snowdonia or clambered over the Yorkshire Dales before setting up their easels in the open air.

    Watercolour at Tate Britain - review


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