I apologise on Charles's behalf if his response was a bit of a damp squid.There’s a mountain in Wales called Snowdon, and one of the many routes up it is called PYG. I have heard mixed reports on how challenging it is and thought I’d ask the font of all knowledge!
When camping with my father we saw someone sadly take the quick route down Crib Goch. They didn't survive. It is a nice exposed route though and makes for a much better approach.Pig/Pyg track is pretty tame really, and better than the Miner's Track. The more "interesting" route is via Crib Goch, but that require a pretty good head for heights!
Tryfan (including the Adam and Eve boulders on top), then onto Bristly Ridge, then the Cantilver and back via the Devils Kitchen. A really good days yomp.If your have moderate fitness it’s a doddle. If you want something a lot less busy which is both more fun and has (arguably) better views climb Tryfan via the north ridge. Probably the best scrambling route in Wales.
This was one of my best-ever days in the hills. I much prefer the Lakes and Highlands to Snowdonia, but Tryfan was brilliant.Tryfan (including the Adam and Eve boulders on top), then onto Bristly Ridge, then the Cantilver and back via the Devils Kitchen. A really good days yomp.
Am I the only one who hasn't the faintest clue what you're on about?
Does it stand for Pretty Young Goat?
They're not walkers. They're a mix of your groupies and paparazzi waiting for you to appear to bless them.The coastal path here in the East Neuk of Fife is an incredibly popular walking route, but never over-crowded, with several peaks over 50 feet for those without crampons or a head for heights