Fortunately, this part wasn’t too long, and soon enough we were on a somewhat stable trail, traversing without much elevation gain or loss until we joined up with the trail that led the last several hundred yards up to Snowdon’s summit.
The fog made it seem very Lord of the Rings-ish, though, which was kind of cool. It also meant visibility was about 20 feet once we actually got to the summit, though, ha. I hear the views from Snowdon are great… I wouldn’t know ;)
We ran into a father-son duo who'd gotten a bit off track and faced a several-hour hike/scramble back to their starting place, so we offered them a ride. We descended together and had a long chat about all the different mountains we'd been on. Also took the opportunity to get a photo of Marcus and I together!