"Seldom visited, but not to be missed, the unique rock of the Red Slabs is one of the true hidden treasures of North Wales. An amazing sweep of rough friction rock that slides down the mountainside like a ski run. So slabby itís almost a walk, until you get just a bit too far above that last runner!"
Writes Jack Geldard responding to the statement that, "It is beautiful here in North Wales, itís just a shame itís so busy."
And he provides some alternatives to the, "mountain equivalent of the M25 in rush hour"
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