Spectacular weather and day out at RSPB South Stack.
Date: 15th February 2015 Distance: 12.6km (7.83 Miles) Parking: RSPB Car Park  
Start Location: RSPB South Stack Ascent (m/ft): 684m (2244ft) Weather:

Sunny

Time Started: 10:30 Highest Point: Holyhead Mountain (220m/722ft) Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 5 Hours 18 Minutes        
Route: RSPB South Stack - Anglesey Coastal Path - Holyhead Mountain (220m/722ft) - Unnamed Peak (179m/587ft) - Holyhead Breakwater Country Park - Gorlan - RSPB South Stack

Todays weather was set to be superb with wall to wall sunshine so we headed off to South Stack near Holyhead on Anglesey. Here are some stunning photos taken from the car on the way. This one shows Snowdon.

The craggy north eastern side of Y Foel Goch (805m).

The mighty Tryfan.


Zooming in on the top and you can see the Adam and Eve.


The north face of Glyder Fach.

The most amazing sight of the day - Tryfan. The first time I have ever seen it!

Y Garn (947m).

Foel-Goch looking amazing today. Now on with todays walk.
The coast around RSPB South Stack.
Long way down and vertical.
Ellin's Tower.
South Stack Lighthouse. Down there are hundreds of Guillemots and Razerbills.
Ferry inbound for Holyhead.
Guillemots down on the rocks.

Spectacular views today.
Looking back towards Snowdon from near the top of Holyhead Mountain. You can clearly see the route of the mountain railway.
Amazing coastline at RSPB South Stack.
A little Stonechat.
Thats the summit of Holyhead Mountain.
And this is the very top at 220m. Amazing view over Anglesey.
Holyhead and Holyhead Breakwater Country Park which we will be walking through later on.

Looks like there will be more amazing coastline to see soon!
Well I may have been closer to the Sea King RAF Helicoper but not during a training rescue exercise like this!
Lovely rocky coastline as we enter Holyhead Breakwater Country Park.
This is one of the ancient roundhouses near RSPB South Stack visitor centre. Its over 3000 years old!