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September 2019

Walk 1 – SUPER WALK – Taith Ardudwy – Llandecwyn to Barmouth

September 14 @ 6:45 am - 5:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A++ 10.5 Hours 24 Miles Max Height: 1,573ft Total Height Ascended: 5,285ft Leader Dave Fox 'The Way' crosses the geological formation of Cambrian rocks, The Harlech Dome, and takes in some of the best coastal and mountain views in Wales. This 'Way' was originally planned as a three section walk so to do it as a 'Super Walk' will require grit and determination, physical and mental stamina so be prepared! We are arranging for transport to take you to…

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Walk 2 – Diffwys from Bontddu

September 14 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A 7 Hours 13 Miles Max Height: 2,460ft Total Height Ascended: 3,102ft Leader - Peter Davies The return of a demanding route to the summit of Diffwys, past forestry, waterfalls and ancient mines, then following drovers tracks, descend back to the start at Bontddu Meet at the Dragon Theatre: 08:30 Own/Shared Transport

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Walk 3 – Bryn Cader Faner

September 14 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade B 6 Hours 8 Miles Max Height: 1.280ft Total Height Ascended: 951ft Leader - Bill Amison A varied walk to the isolated stone circle and burial place of Bryn Cader Faner, a prehistoric wonder of Wales and one of the most beautiful Bronze Age sites in Britain, Bryn Cader Faner is known as the "Welsh Crown of Thorns" Bryn Cader Faner is a circle cairn located in a dramatic setting; its design is simple but effective and is arguably…

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Walk 4 – NEW – Penrhos Mountain Trail, Arboretum and Glasdir Mine

September 14 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade C 5 Hours 5.5 Miles Max Height: 375ft Total Height Ascended: 1,075ft Leader - Matthew Davies From Ty'n y Groes Picnic Site, we follow the Penrhos Mountain Trail to a viewpoint from where you can see along the Ganllwyn valley and across to Y Garn. Following tracks to Capel Hermon and a steep descent to Afon Wen, crossing the river to a waterfall and deep pool, the path ascends to the top of the ridge and forestry and fields of…

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Walk 6 – A Walk Round Rhinog Fawr from Cwm Nantcol

September 15 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A 6 Hours 7.5 Miles Max Height: 1,687ft Total Height Ascended: 2,266ft Leader - Gwyneth Griffiths A walk in the peaceful Rhinogydd Mountains through the wild and remote passes of Bwlch Drws Ardudwy heading inland and Bwlch Tyddiad (Roman Steps) heading towards the sea. Crossing the vast moorland that lies between Cwm Bychan and Cwm Nantcol completes this triangular route around Rginog Fawr. There is every chance that the local residents, the famous wild goats of the Rhinogydd, will make…

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Walk 5 – Tarrenhendre, Tarren-y-Gesail and the Pilgrims’ Way

September 15 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A 7 Hours 11 Miles Max Height: 2,188ft Total Height Ascended: 3,565ft Leader - Dave Fox Situated in the southernmost part of the Snowdonia National Park are these lovely, little-walked Tarren Hills, and this is our first venture into this area this year. The summits of the two gems of the Tarrens are linked by the breath-taking high Pilgrims' way in a strenuous and rewarding circular route. Separated from the Cader Idris range by the Dysynni Valley and the…

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Walk 7 – Croesor and Llanfrothen – Clough Williams-Ellis Walk

September 15 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade B 5 Hours 7 Miles Max Height: 850ft Total Height Ascended: 1,500ft Leader - Derek Morgan Exploring the lovely countryside and woodland between Croesor and Llanfrothen. Passing a 16th century farmhouse and Plas Brondanw, the home of Clough Williams-Ellis, British architect known as the creator of the Italianate village of Portmeirion, for more than 70 years. You will also pass below the ancient hill fort of Moel Dinas and the woods of Ogof Llechwyn, before returning to the peaceful…

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Walk 8 – Photographic Walk

September 15 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade C 6.5 Miles 7 Hours Max Height: 1,251ft Total Height Ascended: 672ft Leader - Helen Iles This walk may change to an equally good wet weather walk! If you have a DSLR or want to be experimental with your camera, you should bring tripods or filters with you if you have them. In addition, lens cloths, large enough memory cards, fully charged batteries and the usual mountain/wet weather gear. Don't forget your camera! Meet at the Dragon Theatre: 10:30…

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Walk 9 – NEW – Llanfihangel-y-Pennant

September 16 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A+ 11 Miles 7 Hours Max Height: 2,827ft Total Height Ascended Leader - Ian Sadler A spectacular circular walk enjoying an easier, quieter approach to Cader Idris which sets off from the quiet hamlet of Llanfihangel where you can visit the 'Mary Jones Chapel' and joins the Pony Path up to the summit of Cader giving you spectacular 360° views Meet at the Dragon Theatre: 08:00hrs Own/Share Transport

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Walk 11 – REVISED – Nant Pasgan Mawr

September 16 @ 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade C 5 Miles 5 Hours Max Height: 730ft Total Height Ascended: 443ft Leader Bill Amison Across fields and moorland to 'Nant Pasgan Mawr', a medieval house set in an idyllic valley, possibly the finest medieval house in Gwynedd. Listed at Grade II as an important survival of an early Merioneth farmhouse, a rare example of the use of crucks combined with stone construction - important evidence for the transition from timber to stone building traditions in the region. In plan…

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