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Man dies after Snowdonia fall

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A man has fallen to his death while climbing in Snowdonia.

It happened at Bristly Ridge, in the Glyder range, above the Ogwen Valley.

Police were called to reports that someone had fallen into a gully.

Two people were roped down to where the man had landed with head injuries.

The Ogwen Valley mountain rescue team called in a coastguard helicopter which winched the man off the mountain to hospital.

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Injured walker rescued from Snowdonia mountain

A general view of Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia, with Pen yr Ole Wen in the distance Credit: Neil Squires/Press Association Images

A walker with a suspected broken leg was rescued from a mountain in Snowdonia on Saturday afternoon.

The 37-year-old slipped on a rock on Cwm Idwal, just 100 yards above the main A5 road.

Ten mountain rescue workers attended the scene and the walker was carried off the mountain before being taken to hospital in Bangor by ambulance.

Teenager airlifted to hospital after Snowdonia fall

A 19-year-old woman has been airlifted to hospital after suffering head, back and shoulder injuries following a fall in Snowdonia.

The incident happened in Snowdonia.

The teenager fell 15ft from a footpath on to rocks at a beauty spot near Betws y Coed.

An ambulance service paramedic was called and a dozen Ogwen Valley mountain rescue team volunteers were needed to set up a rope system and stretcher her up from the Fairy Glen gorge.

A coastguard rescue helicopter from Caernarfon was later sent to airlift the injured woman to hospital.

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Flames seen from Snowdonia peak

There are unconfirmed reports a helicopter has crash landed on one of the peaks in Snowdonia.

Witness Huw Price said he was able to see a huge fire and flames around 10ft high.

Campaign to fund urgent mountain repairs close to its target

On a sunny day like today it really gives you the chance to enjoy the great outdoors and admire the picturesque scenery on display here in Wales.

But maintaining some of Wales landscapes doesn't come cheap and The British Mountaineering Council are calling on the public to make a contribution.

The Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia are two of eight UK national parks which are to to supported by this campaign.

Watch: Hannah Thomas reports from The Brecon Beacons.

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