A walk to the 689m (2,260ft) the summit of Cnicht-known as the Matterhorn of Wales.
The mountain gets its name from the old English word "knight", the silent 'k' being pronounced at that time. It is said that the shape of the mountain bears a similarity to a knights helmet.
starting our walk we started at Nantgwynant, which is the same starting point of the Watkins path leading to Snowdon's summit. Total distance of the walk was 16km. We had a few some landscape photography stops on the way with low cloud on Snowdon given some moody black and white photography.
Cnicht is part of the Moelwynion mountain range ( a welsh plural, sometimes anglicised to Moelwyns
Cnichts tiny exposed summit, no room for a trig point, just very windy on our assent