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A climber killed in a fall on a popular Snowdonia cliff was named this afternoon as 50-year-old Keith William Waddell.
Members of Aberglaslyn rescue team went to the scene but Mr Waddell, from Leeds, was already dead.
Coroner Dewi Pritchard Jones is investigating and there will be an inquest.
Walkers are being encouraged to prepare properly before walking in Snowdonia.
This is echoed by the Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team, who say it is important to "take care" when walking in the area.
They have released a list of tips for those who are thinking about walking in Snowdonia.
- Prepare - take a map and plenty of water
- Dress - make sure you have a sun hat, sun cream and wet weather clothes just in case!
- Weather - have a look at the forecast beforehand and don't be afraid to cancel your walk if the weather isn't suitable
- Respect - follow the Countryside Code and take your rubbish home
A man has died after falling during a rock climb in Gwynedd.
Aberglaslyn Mountain Rescue Team, paramedics and an RAF rescue helicopter attended the incident at Craig Bwlch y Mor, Tremadog, but the man was found dead on arrival.
Rescuers used ropes and a special stretcher to recover his body.