Terri had been on call all weekend and was due to end at 8am Sunday morning so that was the time we set off in cool but dry conditions. The drive down the motorway went without hiccups and we were parked up and ready for the off about 9.45am. The sun was shining and it was all pleasent as we made our way up the easy to follow path that would take us to the waterfalls on the Nant Bochlwyd which is the outflow of Llyn Bochlwyd
Ogwen Mountain Rescue and their helicopter. We watched them for about twenty minutes as it flew low and dropped a team of rescuers off
We picked up the path that takes us to the wall at Bwlch Tryfan where we had another rest before deciding that we would visit the summit of Tryfan @ 917.5 m (3,010 ft) and the twin stones of Adam & Eve from the south ridge. I have been up here a few times by way of the North Face but this would be a first for Terri. We had time and the mist wasn't as bad here so we again went for some more entertaining scrambling
Tyn y Coed, have a meal and pudding to celebrate Terri's University exam results and thank her for my great pressie. :-) This had been another fantastic day in this fantastic place with my lovely daughter.