Siabod Daear Ddu

Daear Ddu Moel Siabod Scramble

The Best Route up Moel Siabod has to be scrambling up Daear Ddu. It’s a relatively straightforward scramble that follows the Daear Ddu ridge from Pont Cyfyng, with most of the trickier sections being avoidable. The Route  If ascended along the tourist path that starts at the Plas y Brenin, one would be forgiven for …

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tryfan heather terrace

Tryfan Heather Terrace Scramble

Tryfan Heather Terrace is one of the three main (non climber) routes up to the summit of Tryfan, with the Tryfan North Ridge and Tryfan South Ridge being the other two. The Tryfan Heather Terrace is still a tough route with route finding difficulties aplenty. While it’s definitely easier than the North Ridge, it’s a …

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Gwydr Forest Six Lakes Walk

Finding a long yomp in Snowdonia can be difficult if you’re looking to return to the start and you don’t want an insane amount of ascent. This walk from Capel Curig takes in the start and ending of the Llynnoedd Crafnant and Geirionydd lakes from Capel Curig walk, but tags on an extra loop to …

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Best Walks in the Moelwynion

The Moelwynion are a complex set of hills, with Moel Siabod bolted on not just for convenience, but also as it does all feel like one range once you’ve walked them all in one trip. It would be a bit like excluding Tal-y-fan from the Carneddau just because it’s a bit too northern for your …

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The Paddy Buckley Round

The Paddy Buckley Round (PBR) in Snowdonia along with the Ramsay Round in Lochaber and the Bob Graham Round in the Lakes make up the UK Big 3 Rounds. Basically, the Big 3 are the toughest 24 hour fell running challenges in the UK, or at least the toughest formalised and/or popular ones! It was devised …

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