LITTER was left at beauty spots over the weekend.

Snowdonia Walking and Climbing, run by Richard Bale, a fully qualified Mountaineering Instructor (WMCI), shared the 'disheartening' images on Facebook.

There had also been fires lit.

A post of the page said: "Some very disheartening litter and fire scenes from the weekend. It’s beyond my comprehension how someone can make a conscious decision to visit one of the country’s many beautiful places, because they are nice places to be, and leave all their s*** everywhere.

"What is it - ignorance, selfishness, laziness, entitlement?

North Wales Chronicle:

Snowdonia Walking and Climbing shared these images on June 2 on their Facebook page

"It’s really not hard to take your rubbish home."

North Wales Fire and Rescue continue to be called to fires in the open.

On Monday, June 1, there were notified of small fire in Llanfaelong, Anglesey at 5.29pm; Westbourne Avenue in Rhyl, 6.55pm and Pen y Bryn, Llanfairfechan, at 8.30pm.

A senior officer for the fire service said: “Fires like this can put lives in danger and tremendous pressure on our resources.

“Please consider the consequences – now is not the time to be burning or starting fires in the open as they can quickly spread out of control, especially in dry weather.

“Please be responsible - the smoke from such fires can also cause breathing problems and worsen conditions such as asthma, at a time when the health of our communities is already of heightened concern due to Covid-19.”