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Baton reaches Snowdon summit during its tour of Wales

29 May 2014 Last updated at 08:14 BST

The Queen's baton has reached the highest point in Wales on day six of its visit.

Runners from Eryri Harriers completed the five mile journey up Snowdon where the baton was handed to Paralympic gold medal-winning discus thrower Aled Davies.

Later it will be carried along the Menai Strait by BBC The One Show's Alex Jones after visiting Anglesey.

Cemlyn Davies reports.

Follow our live coverage of the Queen's Baton Relay around Wales.

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