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Snow·don

 (snōd′n)
A massif of northwest Wales. Rising to 1,085 m (3,560 ft), it is the highest elevation in Wales.
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Snowdon

(ˈsnəʊdən)
n
(Placename) a mountain in NW Wales, in Gwynedd: the highest peak in Wales. Height: 1085 m (3560 ft). Welsh name: Yr Wyddfa

Snowdon

(ˈsnəʊdən)
n
(Biography) 1st Earl of, title of Antony Armstrong-Jones. born 1930, British photographer, whose work includes television documentaries, photographic books, and the design of the Snowdon Aviary, London Zoo (1965). His marriage (1960–78) to Princess Margaret ended in divorce
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Snow•don

(ˈsnoʊd n)

n.
a mountain in NW Wales: highest peak in Wales. 3560 ft. (1085 m).
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Vicki will sit in the chariot's seat, donated by Wrexham-based motorsport products company Demon Tweeks, as her former on-call crew colleagues at Birchwood Fire Station and ISAR members attempt to push it along the Llanberis Path to the top of Snowdon, which is 1,085 metres above sea level.
Morris Lubricants' team will meet at the Llanberis Path car park at 9am on September 21 and blindfolded Andrew is expected to take between five and seven hours to conquer Snowdon.
She said: "HM Coastguard's Aeronautical Rescue Coordination Centre received a request for assistance from North Wales Police to help with a female participant of the Snowdon Race on the Llanberis Path who had fallen and injured her knee.
Organised through the Well Wishers charity, the climb took place on May 11 and the group followed the Llanberis Path route of nine miles taking fundraisers more than 3,100 feet up to the summit of Wales' tallest mountain.
Hikers will take the Llanberis Path up Snowdon, which is one of the most popular routes.
Everyone completed the challenge and we were blessed with beautiful weather" The team, who have been in training for the past couple of months, took the Llanberis path to the top of Snowdon.
"We've been advised to prepare for all weathers so we'll have plenty of layers!" The organised event follows the Llanberis Path up the mountain to reach the 1,085m summit.
"The plan is for the chair to be able to handle the rugged Llanberis path.
"I teach Thai boxing and love my fitness, so I wanted to take on a challenge that would push my limits." Michael will be crawling the Llanberis Path - the longest route to Snowdon's summit - from Monday, October 27, to Wednesday, October 29.
That said, the Llanberis Path is by no means a walk in the park - icy conditions near the summit can send unwary walkers over the cliffs of Clogwyn Du'r Arddu, treacherous yet a favourite with rock climbers.