Grieving relatives spreading ashes of loved ones on Snowdon are ‘RUINING the mountain’

Grieving relatives who spread ashes and leave plaques of their loved ones on Snowdon are ruining the mountain, national park bosses say. 

Snowdonia National Park Authority spoke out after the latest tribute, a slate plaque saying ‘Love You Always’, appeared on Crib Goch, an infamous knife-edge ridge on the 3,350-foot high peak in North Wales.

People’s ashes have also been scattered and the authority say the tributes are having a ‘significant’ impact on the landscape and might damage…

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