He added: "The thoughts of everyone at OVMRO
are with her family and friends at this tragic time.
spokesman said Bristly Ridge and Tryfan's north ridge are off limits.
Chris Lloyd, OVMRO press officer said: "Being a formal dinner, the Ogwen troops were in black tie and the RAF were in mess dress complete with medals.
Chris said: "Members of OVMRO have enjoyed a close working relationship with the crews of C Flight, since the first casualty was winched on board a yellow helicopter in April 1969.
team member Chris Lloyd told the Daily Post: "When they set off the weather was fine and they found shelter for the night, but it began to deteriorate and they called for help.
Set up in 1965 OVMRO
was the first organised mountain rescue team in North Wales.
was set up in 1965 after taking over from the Ogwen Cottage rescue team.
chairman Chris Lloyd said they had no map, compass, torch or spare clothing.
Being part of OVMRO
is rewarding but can be gruelling on the home life``Friends and family have to understand what you're doing, for instance my wife knows I was married to the Rescue a long time before I married her,'' he said.
Members of OVMRO
and the RAF mountain rescue team attended the incident, and the man was airlifted from the scene by Wales Air Ambulance.
Chris Lloyd of OVMRO
said: "Two local women, who were experienced walkers from the Bethesda area and were well-equipped for walking, went for an evening walk to Llyn Caseg Ffraith.