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A PRACTICAL GUIDE
TO THE ASCENT OF ALL THE PRINCIPAL
ALEX. W. PERRY.
L. UPCOTT GILL, 170, STRAND, W.C.
o far as I am aware there is really no authenticated or practical guide to the mountains of North Wales. Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit North Wales every summer and endeavour to climb some of the mountains; they do so, however, under considerable disadvantage, and lose many of the beauties Nature has provided for them. I use the words "some mountains" meaningly, and for this simple reason: The ordinary tourist to the Principality knows, for instance, that such a mountain as Snowdon exists, and that there is a well beaten path from Llanberis or Snowdon Station to the summit. He may also be aware that some two or three other mountains are easy of access from the locality he is staying in. I say he knows