Afon Glaslyn, from Pont Aberglaslyn to Pont Bethania

Woodland, wall, fence post with Post-it note attached.


Path, gate and woodland with Post-it note attached to a footpath waymarker post.


Woodland, wall with Post-it note attached to the wall.


Mountain, trees, path, fence and style with Post-it note attached.


Mountain, field, trees, path, gate with Post-it note attached to gatepost.


Sky, mountain, woods, field and gatepost with Post-it note attached.


Car, lay-by, hut, woodland, rhododendron,fence post with Post-it note attached.


When all the ice on earth melts, the average level of the sea will be around 200 feet higher than it is now. The Post-it notes in the photos mark where a road or other public right of way crosses the 200-foot contour in the Afon Glaslyn catchment.

The numbers under each photo are date and Ordnance Survey grid reference in the form: yyyymmdd_easting-northing.

Back to the ‘When all the ice melts’ blog post.