I imagine that rTSS is accurate for road runs, but that accuracy declines for runs in terrain where pace decreases but effort remains high – which is probably the case with the Snowdon run.
The rTSS is a function of time, pace, elevation etc and there is a section within your account settings to input your threshold pace. So it is also possible that isn’t accurate. I have never calculated or adjusted this number in my account but Training Peaks will still calculate a rTSS if here is no HR data. I ignore rTSS as I either use hrTSS (I have calculated and set my HR threshold) or I manually input a TSS derived from perceived effort, elevation etc.