Taz and Toblerone's suggestions are good, the added advantage of Toblerone's is that there's often an ice-cream van at the layby so if you get back in time you can have a well-rewarded 99
You could always park at the park and ride in Nantperis and take the Sherpa bus.
Just to follow up on this. As per Matt C's suggestion we parked on the Conwy side of the boundary and had no issues with tickets.
As for camping up at Caseg Fraith, there are lots of dry spots (relative to for example the top of the Devil's Kitchen) and the location itself is simply sensational.
Yes it was fantastic. If you are interested here's a link to some photos photo album of snowdonia wild camping
The photos look good Alexander
Glad it worked out well.
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