Bill Davis documents a walk to Snowdonia’s ‘Devil’s Kitchen’
with a short video diary featuring his family and friends.
Devil's Kitchen is so named because of the plumes of steam
that rise from cracks in the towering rocks above lake
Llyn Idwal. The steam is the result of moist air coming into
contact with the rock face, which forces it upwards forming
swirling clouds. Devil's Kitchen is known in Welsh as Twll Du,
meaning black hole.
This video was made using Windows Moviemaker
- free software that you can download from the links
page. if you are new to the software there are several
beginners guides in the tutorials section.
Walk out to winter