Moel Siabod

Discussion in 'Hill and Mountain Walking' started by Glyder, Sep 22, 2018.

  1. Glyder

    Glyder Regular Member

    A peninsula
    Must have been going around it, past it, gazing at it for more than 30 years but finally I walked up it.

    It's a really good walk, easy bit of scrambling, long rocky ridge to the top which can be avoided and then you can go down via the abandoned slate mine or you can just walk off towards the Pen Y Gwryd, which we did and if you don't have two cars you can get the bus back to where you started.

    I think we saw a total of about 7 other people all day, everyone was probably on Snowdon, as usual.
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  2. Grayson

    Grayson Regular Member

    Looks like a really good walk:


    How long did it take you and which side did you approach it from?
  3. OP

    Glyder Regular Member

    A peninsula

    Started by the cafe in Capel Curig by the independent hostel, which is handy for parking. We took a steady 4 to 5 hours to do it.
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