A man is on trial accused of two counts of dangerous driving - after a 4x4 vehicle was twice found near the summit of Snowdon. Craig Williams, from Cheltenham in Gloucestershire, denies both counts.
He did not appear at Caernarfon Crown Court this morning, as the trial got underway without him. The judge swore the jury in and told them they shouldn't infer or imply anything from him not being there.
The prosecution told the court that, on the second occasion, the vehicle was found with signs which read 'I made it to the summit' and saying it was for sale on eBay.
The case continues. It is expected to finish on Friday.
Seven people were rescued from Mount Snowdon last night in three separate rescues.
In the first rescue two men from Essex, aged 60 and 40, were helped down from Cwm Idwal after wandering on to a dangerous rock face.
Later a team from RAF Valley went to the aid of a 19-year-old girl from Liverpool University who had injured her ankle while descending from the Glyder range near Bethesda. She was brought down before receiving hospital treatment at Bangor.
In the final rescue of the night, four 20-year-old men were helped after finding holes covered up by snow when climbing Tryfan.
Rescuers had to deal with difficult conditions including lightning, snow, hail and rain.
A group of injured former servicemen are scaling Snowdon this evening, to light a Diamond Jubilee beacon at its summit.
Captain David Wiseman, part of the Walking With The Wounded team, told us it would be a "huge honour" to take part. It's hoped 2,012 flames will be ignited in sequence around the UK between 10 and 10.30pm.
Former Wales footballer Matt Jones has completed another charity challenge in memory of his friend Gary Speed. Matt ran up and down Mount Snowdon in just over two hours. He is raising money for charities that were supported by the former Wales manager.
The body of a man has been recovered from Snowdon. A walker was reported missing yesterday, and a joint search operation was conducted between the police, mountain rescue and RAF search and rescue. The man, in his twenties, has not been formally identified.