Snowdonia National Park

Dominating the Ogwen Valley, the rocky summit of Tryfan is unmistakable. A ‘real’ mountain, Tryfan is to be admired and respected as it marks the line between hiking and mountaineering and it is one of the most famous mountains in Snowdonia with strong links to Everest. British climber and explorer George Mallory made his first two British rock climbs on Tryfan in 1907 and Sir Edmund Hilary and his team carried out training for their Everest attempt in 1953.

This painting represents the impressive and rugged terrain of the Trydan mountain in a wintry scene. Its distinctive rocky, blade-like shape dominates the view from every direction and it shows off nothing but steep crags and striking ridges coated in snow.

Canvas size: 50cm x 120cm
Medium: Oil on canvas

Limited edition fine art prints available:
Giclee prints to any size, signed, double-mounted & certified 1/250. Quality framing can also be arranged.

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