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The Snowdonia region of North Wales rightly deserves its reputation as one of the most beautiful parts of Britain. Turning off the A5 route to go through Snowdonia itself is always a moment of keen anticipation, as you don't know what the weather is going to be like five miles up the road. This was the scene at Llyn Padarn (Llanberis) on one visit, looking back towards the mountains as we headed west for Caernarvon. The weather had been lovely about ten minutes beforehand, and five minutes later we were scurrying for shelter as a downpour started. 
You can just see, faintly lit in a shaft of weak sunlight, the ruin of Dolbadarn Castle on the eastern edge of the lake; other local attractions from here include the Dinorwic Power Station, with its extraordinary method of generating electricity, and the National Slate Museum, which might sound dull but is actually a fascinating and well thought-out site. Especially when it's not raining.
          
The Snowdonia region of North Wales
rightly deserves its reputation as one of
the most beautiful parts of Britain. Turning
off the A5 route to go through Snowdonia
itself is always a moment of keen
anticipation, as you don't know what the
weather is going to be like five miles up the
road. This was the scene at Llyn Padarn
(Llanberis) on one visit, looking back
towards the mountains as we headed west
for Caernarvon. The weather had been
lovely about ten minutes beforehand, and five minutes later we were scurrying for
shelter as a downpour started.
You can just see, faintly lit in a shaft of weak sunlight, the ruin of Dolbadarn Castle on the
eastern edge of the lake; other local attractions from here include the Dinorwic Power
Station, with its extraordinary method of generating electricity, and the National Slate
Museum, which might sound dull but is actually a fascinating and well thought-out site.
Especially when it's not raining.
The Snowdonia region of North Wales rightly deserves its reputation as one of the
most beautiful parts of Britain. Turning off the A5 route to go through Snowdonia
itself is always a moment of keen anticipation, as you don't know what the weather is
going to be like five miles up the road. This was the scene at Llyn Padarn (Llanberis) on
one visit, looking back towards the mountains as we headed west for Caernarvon.
The weather had been lovely about ten minutes beforehand, and five minutes later we
were scurrying for shelter as a downpour started.
You can just see, faintly lit in a shaft of weak sunlight, the ruin of Dolbadarn Castle on
the eastern edge of the lake; other local attractions from here include the Dinorwic
Power Station, with its extraordinary method of generating electricity, and the
National Slate Museum, which might sound dull but is actually a fascinating and well
thought-out site. Especially when it's not raining.
The Snowdonia region of North Wales rightly
deserves its reputation as one of the most
beautiful parts of Britain. Turning off the A5
route to go through Snowdonia itself is
always a moment of keen anticipation, as you
don't know what the weather is going to be
like five miles up the road. This was the scene
at Llyn Padarn (Llanberis) on one visit,
looking back towards the mountains as we
headed west for Caernarvon. The weather
had been lovely about ten minutes
beforehand, and five minutes later we were scurrying for shelter as a downpour started.
You can just see, faintly lit in a shaft of weak sunlight, the ruin of Dolbadarn Castle on the
eastern edge of the lake; other local attractions from here include the Dinorwic Power
Station, with its extraordinary method of generating electricity, and the National Slate
Museum, which might sound dull but is actually a fascinating and well thought-out site.
Especially when it's not raining.

Llyn Padarn, N Wales

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