Police are appealing to Snowdon walkers for any information on the woman. Photo: Snowdonia National Park Authority

Police are appealing to Snowdon walkers for any information on the woman. Photo: Snowdonia National Park Authority

Police in Snowdonia are appealing for information about a woman they are concerned about on Wales’s highest mountain.

North Wales Police said they had received a report of a woman on Snowdon who they say may have found herself in difficulties on Thursday afternoon.

Officers said they are keen to make sure the potentially missing woman has returned safely from the mountain. Pictures posted on social media by the Snowdon Mountain Railway show the summit covered in snow and with poor visibility.

Police said anyone who was walking up or down Snowdon about 2.30pm and who may have seen a woman in difficulties to contact them.

A North Wales Police spokesperson said: “The woman may be from the Manchester area and was due to stay with a friend in Caernarfon tonight. If you are waiting for someone to arrive and they haven’t turned up yet please make contact with North Wales Police.”

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