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Llyn Gwynant - Snowdonia
Wales

Llyn Gwynant, a lake in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. The A498 road runs close by on what forms part of the Nant Gwynant Pass. Few areas in Wales match the beauty of this area and there is ample camping facilities. Mount Snowdon can be seen in the distance.

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Tags: snowdon; llyn gwynant; snowdonia; nant gwynant; a498; lake; lakes
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