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Snowdonia - Park Under Pressure

The Story of Snowdonia National Park and the Snowdonia Society

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Snowdonia - Park Under Pressure by Rob Collister
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The story of the Snowdonia National Park and the Society, dedicated to conserving and enhancing its unique landscape, is one which will fascinate and inform those who live and work within it as well as being of interest to visitors, be they picnickers or sightseers or committed hill walkers, climbers, canoeists and mountain bikers. This book commemorates the fortieth anniversary of the Snowdonia Society and is a record of its sometimes turbulent history and the ever-changing but still inspiring landscape of the National Park. Created in 1951, the Snowdonia National Park is a landscape of rugged grandeur, great natural diversity and cultural associations going back thousands of years. The vision of its founders was that this very special region should be protected from harmful development for all time. From the beginning, however, there were problems? Out of these difficulties grew the idea of an independent society dedicated to conserving and enhancing the landscape. Today the Snowdonia Society has a membership of over 2,500 and has a close working relationship with both the Snowdonia National Park Authority and the Council for National Parks. This lively narrative chronicles the story of the Snowdonia Society ? its successes and failures, its internal conflict and the personalities involved ? as well as discussing the wider issues which have affected this unique landscape over the last forty years. This lavishly illustrated book will appeal to anyone who loves the rugged landscape of Snowdonia, published in dual language text of English and Welsh.

Author Biography

Rob Collister is an international mountain guide who lives in the Conwy Valley. He has been a member of the Snowdonia Society for thirty years and was a Nominated Member of the Snowdonia National Park Committee from 1990-1993. He is the author of Lightweight Expeditions (1989) and Over the Hills and Far Away (1996).
Release date NZ
June 1st, 2007
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Contributors
Foreword by Chris Bonington Translated by Betsan Llwyd
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
colour photos and maps
Imprint
Pesda Press
ISBN-13
9781906095017
Product ID
1830883

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