|Llyn Peninsula, North Wales|
14 July 2001 Another glorious day with a cool clear northerly wind, perfect for my first ascent of Yr Eifl, at 564m the highest point of the Lleyn Peninsula. The view encompassed the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland, the Isle of Man and the whole of Cardigan Bay down to St. David's Head, 85 miles away in far off Pembrokshire, plus of course the mountains of Snowdonia in all their majesty.
The old quarry at Penrhyn Glas, over Porth y Nant bay.
The Snowdon peaks from the summit of Yr Eifl.
Caernarfon Bay from Yr Eifl summit.
Caernarfon Bay from the Yr Eifl quarry, above the village of Trefor.