|Countryfile Presenter - Julia Bradbury|
Another very interesting segment was on the Celtic rain forest in Cwm Mynach (Monk's Valley). This is a region of Snowdonia that receives around 200 days of rain a year, and consequently is carpeted with a rich variety of mosses, lichens and liverworts. Cwm Mynach was bought recently by the Woodland Trust with the proceeds of an appeal to preserve this rare habitat for future generations.
For more adventurous types, there was a feature on Scrambling. Half way between rock climbing and walking, this is increasingly popular, but don't try this on your own. You need to have instruction. Contact one of our walking operators listed on the main Walking North Wales Site.