Route : From the
car park take the stone path, which has been laid to prevent further erosion,
south-east towards Tryfan. Where this path turns sharply to the right
(south-west) towards Llyn Idwal, carry straight on over grassy, stony ground
and climb to Llyn Bochlwyd on another pitched path. Cross Nant Bochlwyd - the
stream which flows from the llyn (lake) towards the A5 - and follow the clear
path above the llyn to the south-south-east. Once past the end of the llyn, the
path turns south-east once more and starts to climb a rocky slope to the col
(Bwlch Tryfan) where there is a stone wall. From here turn northwards (left).
You will see the high rocky outcrop of Tryfan's far South Peak ahead of you.
Trend left to avoid it and scramble over the rocks and boulders to the summit
of Tryfan itself. The two monoliths on the summit - known as Adam and Eve - are
a feature that is unique in the mountains of Britain.
Remember : Always take a map and
compass with you.
Cofiwch : Ewch â map a chwmpawd hefo chi bob