A Scramble on the Clogwyn y Person Arête  5/5 (1)

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Route Summary:

A Serious grade 3 scramble for the experienced mountaineers only!

This walk includes the 2 Washis of Crib y Ddysgl, Crib Goch

This walk includes the 2 Hewitts of Crib y Ddysgl, Crib Goch

This walk includes the 2 Nuttalls of Crib y Ddysgl, Crib Goch

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Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace.

Start and Finish:

View Facilities

Good cafe and YHA with bar, public toilets at Pen y Pass.

View Hazards

Serious grade 3 scramble

Remember that we cannot outline every single hazard on a walk – it’s up to you to be safe and competent. Read up on Mountain Safety , Navigation and what equipment you’ll need.

Parking :
LL55 4NY

LIMITED! £10 a day, £6 for 4 hours. Very early arrival advised. Park in Nant Peris for the Park and Ride.

Public Transport:

Sherpa Buses from Llanberis and Betws y Coed.

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A Scramble on the Clogwyn y Person Arête Route Map and GPX Download

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A Scramble on the Clogwyn y Person Arête Details

Mark Barrett of hillexplorer.com shares his scramble route for The Clogwyn y Person arête – one of Snowdonia’s classic higher grade scrambles. The route includes a wonderfully scenic approach via the luscious green valley of Cwm Glas Mawr, and the picturesque Llyn Glas. The walk can also incorporate an approach scramble at the right hand side of Cyrn Las between the waterfall and the main cliffs. A word of caution – this route is classed as a grade 3 scramble and therefore should only be attempted by the experienced scrambler, and the use of climbing protection is strongly advised.

The Route

For the full route description, follow this link for the Clogwyn y Person Scramble on the Hillexplorer website. Images and GPX files used with permission of the route author.

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