Five-year-old Paralympic hopeful among youngest to scale Mount Snowdon

'None of it was hard!' Albie-Junior tells ITV News Reporter Martin Stew after the climb

A five-year-old has become one of the youngest people to reach the top of Mount Snowdon - and he achieved the feat while battling Storm Arwen.

Albie-Junior Thomas, an amputee with a prosthetic leg, scaled Wales' highest peak while unforgiving winds lashed the UK at weekend.

Albie-Junior told ITV News he's inspired by Paralympians - and his dad's dream is to see Albie-Junior competing one day.