Llyn Llydaw is a large lake of usually crystal clear water at a a height of about 1410 feet alongside the Miner's Track up Snowdon. The are some good 'beach' areas and on a hot day it's a popular swimming spot. The Miner's Track crosses the eastern end of the lake by means of a wide stone wall. The shore is mostly small stones, and the water is deep and usually cold. The lake is fed from Glaslyn higher up the mountain, and drains into the Afon Glaslyn.
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