Storm 2008 After a
lot of fine weather beforehand, midsummer 2008
brought with it some very unusual weather for the
time of year, with severe gales causing disruption
across the peninsula, and so we took a look around
some of the peninsula's most noted coastal spots to
see what it was like!
Unusual April scenes from across the Llŷn Peninsula,
from Trefor to Mynytho, these wintry scenes were the
result of heavy wintry showers overnight and during
the morning. Gwynedd was one of the worst hit areas
in Wales for this batch of wintry weather, when
were just starting their fortnight Easter Holidays!
Princess Anne visits Pwllheli On Thursday 3rd April 2008
the Princess Royal visited Pwllheli as president of
the Royal Yachting Association to see the cream of
Britain's young sailing talent taking part in the
National Championships and Trials - possibly taking
them as far as the Olympics in the future.
Week 2007 During
late August I travelled the length of the peninsula
taking in five of our hills in five days, Mynydd
Anelog, Moel-y-Gest, Garn Boduan, Garn Fadryn and
Llŷn's highest peak of Yr Eifl. As you will see, the
weather was mostly good for the walks with an
amazing finish on Friday afternoon!
Enlli - A Trip to Bardsey
A tour of the largest of our offshore islands,
reputedly the burial place of 20,000 saints. If you
ever really want to get away from it all, then this
is the place for you!
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