29 May 2012
Last updated at 22:03
Lorna Price was the first torch bearer, in Beaumaris on Anglesey on Tuesday, on day 11 of the relay.
Maurice Cole was among the crowd which gathered early on Castle Street in Beaumaris to watch the torch.
Elen Evans, the second bearer carried her torch to the Beaumaris RNLI lifeboat, where the flame was transferred to a lantern.
The torch travelled for 15 minutes by lifeboat along the Menai Strait, accompanied by a flotilla of boats, with the rescue helicopter RAF Valley hovering overhead.
The torch was given an RAF escort as it was carried over Thomas Telford's historic Menai Bridge
Triathlete Sarah Thomas, from Llanrwst, Gwynedd, ran the flame past the walls of Conwy Castle.
Ilid Roberts carries the torch on the leg between Conwy and Llandudno
Mountaineer Sir Chris Bonington on the summit of Snowdon, with a special leg of the relay at the highest mountain in England and Wales
Sir Chris, 77, said it was an emotional experience, and recalled his early climbing days on the mountain as a teenager
Chris and Caroline Lindsay were up early to put the bunting out in Rhuddlan, Denbighshire, to welcome the torch
Torchbearer Paul Gavin jumped for joy to a cheer from crowds on the leg between Kinmel Bay and Rhuddlan
Gymnast Beth Tweedle carried the flag over the Welsh-English border from Saltney into Chester
Jockey Jason Maguire lit an Olympic cauldron at Chester Racecourse for a special event as the relay came to rest at the end of day 11.