Gallery Edale Skyline completed barefoot. Harsh conditions and 7 MRT call outs yet without shoes I managed to finish the race. I should run up here more often! Amazing the sculptures that snow and wind creates. St Ives Croyde Bay, Dawn (all 30 minuts of it!) Sun starts to creep up over the distant horizon View of Pyg Track to Crib Goch Sunset over the Yorkshire Dales during the 52nd Fellsman Second amazing view of the route. Great since Snowdon was completely in the clouds I had to sit on the most precarious edge I could just to get a sense of the fall! Snowy run to Miller’s Dale. I didn’t realise how tough snow makes running!! Small Climb, Big Scare!! View of Snowdon’s glacial valley I was blown away by the muscle on this fella. Who needs protein shakes!? View of valley just to the right of Y Lliwedd as you go over and down the other side. Next stop was a cup of coffee at the car Never run past it before. It’s Kinda impressive! On route to Snowdon’s summit. Looks like a pleasant path but it was tricky going. Our shadows as we look up at Crib Goch’s Summit Croyd Bay, Pre Dawn Light View from section of path where you decide to go around Crib Goch or climb on up Final ridge before getting to Snowdon Trailroc 150 Shoe Love! A rare picture of me taken by my friend Adam Getting ready to go just as the sun is coming up Great longer than expected run with my friend, Adam This is the wether we were heading for on route to Snowdon! This was the weather we left when we set off for Snowdon. The morning sun has such an amazing light to it! The last ridge section of Crib Cogh before a section were we could run at a good pace At this point you can take the track or brave the scramble up to Crib Goch After 2 days I managed to raise £182 and all because people thought it was a ridiculous idea! Croyde Bay, Dusk (all 30 minutes of it!) Friendly cow, who was braver than the 19 others. And the ticket I ended on because I was told to stop. If I was on my own I would have carried on!!!