Stop smoking wheel reaches Snowdon summit
A giant wheel has reached the summit of Snowdon as part of a campaign to urge people to stop smoking.
The 14ft-wide (4m) wheel was taken up Wales' highest mountain as part of the Stoptober campaign run by Stop Smoking Wales and Public Health Wales.
The wheel was transported up on the Snowdon Mountain Railway and pushed the last part of the journey.
Visitors to the summit were encouraged to sign up to a month-long stop smoking challenge which starts on 1 October.
Andrew Jones, executive director of Public Health Wales, said: "We're here to encourage smokers to give up so they can enjoy the natural assets north Wales has to offer."
One of those on the mountain was Carl Manley, a former smoker from Warwickshire, who said he used to smoke up to 30 cigarettes a day but had seen health benefits since he quit.
"I now walk or climb up mountains whenever I can and I also deep sea dive which would be difficult if I still smoked," he said.
Stoptober will provide support and advice for a month for those looking to give up.