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This book, divided into two parts, is intended to help those who love Snowdonia’s mountain scenery to understand how this haunting landscape came about. The first half narrates the story of colliding continents, volcanoes, mountain-building and glaciations in creating Snowdonia, explaining why volcanoes occurred, the rocks they created and how to interpret signs of mountain-building and glaciations on the ground.
The second half describes several recommended walks, of differing levels of difficulty, but all with a wide variety of geological features to be seen and, most important, enjoying consistently fantastic views of the very best of Snowdonia’s wonderful scenery.
The author has concentrated on what you can see as you walk around the Climb hills, pointing to conspicuous, easily seen features in rocks and the overall shape of the terrain in accounting for the present day landscape.
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31 October 2013
142mm x 198mm
a magazine about innovation in science, a widely praised account of the birth of the electronic computer as part of World War II code-breaking operations (www.colossus-book.co.uk). He has written for many newspapers, at various times, Cardiff, engineering and technology in industry and universities in Wales. He has lived and worked, in North Wales, including Advances Wales, including the Guardian, London, magazines and websites, New Scientist and Times Online. He has also edited several magazines, Paul Gannon is a keen hillwalker and a science and technology writer. He is the author of Colossus: Bletchley Park's Greatest Secret, Swansea, The Hague and Brussels., the Independent