Tabbing up Snowdon

#1
Im going up snowdon at the end of the week. Im planning on going up the Watkins Path and South Ridge anyone used this route with weight on there back. Thanks
 
#3
Yes. A better option would be to do Crib Goch and go down the Watkins. As Crib Goch is a classic grade one scramble a 35-50L rucksack carrying the essentials would be appropriate.
 
#8
The use of prison slang has resulted in several bannings of late. Watch it.
I thought he was refering to some new manner of wilderness cruising and cottaging spot rather like Hampstead Heath.

Used extra strong condoms and dead hamsters now to be found littering the mountain side.
 
#9
Or for a really good day out Up the Devils Kitchen, go around the left side of the lake, Turn left at the top, up the Glyders (Fawr & Fach) down the valley slightly then back up Tryfan a quick step between Adam & Eve then off down for a pie and a pint.
If you’re feeling particular energetic turn right at the top of Devils kitchen and pop up Y Garn before doing the rest of the route. A thoroughly worthwhile day :)
 

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#10
I thought he was refering to some new manner of wilderness cruising and cottaging spot rather like Hampstead Heath.

Used extra strong condoms and dead hamsters now to be found littering the mountain side.
Well you were wrong. The OP came here asking for honest advice about 'tabbing' up the biggest mountain in Wales. Because there is no advice about tabbing, or even walking or strolling up one of the most famous mountains in the whole UK on the internet.

Instead of giving the poor boy some advice, you perverts make homosexual **** sex the focus of your sick attentions. You make me ******* puke

*Edit* More heterosexual couples indulge in **** sex than homosexual couples. Fact. Think about THAT next time you are tabbing up Snowdon with the sweat trickling out of your arse crack to dribble down and cool your bollocks.
 
#13
any trouble with parking (pen y pass is always full and chuffin' expensive) then use the sherpa bus, normally have an S and the number of the route, there is a car park about a mile before llanberis £4 for the day and the bus is a £1 if i go up the pyg and down the miners i use that car park.

Sherpa Buses - Snowdonia Green Key

this explains the buses and the green key car parks,

and from memory last bit of watkins is scree and can be a man test
 
#17
Well you were wrong. The OP came here asking for honest advice about 'tabbing' up the biggest mountain in Wales. Because there is no advice about tabbing, or even walking or strolling up one of the most famous mountains in the whole UK on the internet.

Instead of giving the poor boy some advice, you perverts make homosexual **** sex the focus of your sick attentions. You make me ******* puke

*Edit* More heterosexual couples indulge in **** sex than homosexual couples. Fact. Think about THAT next time you are tabbing up Snowdon with the sweat trickling out of your arse crack to dribble down and cool your bollocks.
Discovered the joys of letting your missus "Peg" you have we old chap?
 
#18
Out of interest why use Snowdon, there's dozens of our better/more callenging hills or is that the only one English people know about?

Boils my piss on Satuardays/Sundays the roads are little more than car parks and the mountain tracks as busy as Chester high street. It's not even an interseting mountain to climb, besides which if you know the history you'll realise it's a grave and as such a place of reverance.
 
#19
Out of interest why use Snowdon, there's dozens of our better/more callenging hills or is that the only one English people know about?

Boils my piss on Satuardays/Sundays the roads are little more than car parks and the mountain tracks as busy as Chester high street. It's not even an interseting mountain to climb, besides which if you know the history you'll realise it's a grave and as such a place of reverance.
I am English ( well Scouse :) ) what do you think of the route I posted earlier?
 
#20
Im going up snowdon at the end of the week. Im planning on going up the Watkins Path and South Ridge anyone used this route with weight on there back. Thanks
Did it one weekend, with a handful of civvy mates (in the 70s, Autumn, IIRC) with 5 lunchtime pints on board. We left the pub in Beddgelert at last orders and got off the hill just after last light.

We were back at the pub in time before evening opening.

F\cked if I could get anywhere near that now. Apart from the beers, that is.
 

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