Here’s the full video of my two-day, 635-mile trip around Snowdonia National Park last Monday and Tuesday. I did the Adventure Bike Rider Magazine Snowdonia Discovery Route pretty much turn for turn, but split over two days. The original file (9 tracks) is at https://adventurebikerider.com/forum/vi ... hp?t=44342 This route introduced some rough single lane roads that were just phenomenal. I think Snowdonia is an excellent two-day trip— a great alternative when you don’t have six days for Scotland. In the video below, I focus on these small or unnamed roads—some were too short, but others were really amazing. (Even if I had to chase herds of sheep off the road.) Gravel on some roads and tight switchbacks might limit the fun for some bikes. A big windstorm on the first day required some slower riding when even my 1090 R was getting pushed sideways. I lucked out at the hostel when the host let me park in the wind shadow of the building, and I got a private room when no others arrived to share. Hiking up the base of Tryfan was great that evening. I felt lucky to do these roads on weekdays, even if I had a storm and rain. They were mostly empty, but I bet that changes on weekends. Sorry the video is nine minutes, but the route is intense. Thanks to Adventure Bike Rider for posting this route and GPX file! I also got in the Atlantic Highway to Lizard Point ride on Wednesday and Thursday, with off-roading on Salisbury Plain on the way home. I'll post video from those rides later this week. 1500 miles on the KTM over five days-- not bad.