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September 2019

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 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 13 – Aran Fawddwy, Aran Benllyn from Cwm Cywarch

September 17 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A 10 Miles 7 Hours Max Height: 2950ft Total Height Ascended: 3320ft Leader - Gwyneth Griffiths The Arans are certainly the hidden gems of Snowdonia. The mighty Craig Cywarch towers above as we scale this remote wilderness ascending the highest mountain in the UK south of Snowdon. This route to the summit of Aran Fawddwy and along the ridge to Aran Benllyn is one of the great walks of Snowdonia. Starting in dramatic Cwm Cywarch, this walk gets away from the crowds…

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Walk 17 – Pent Perthog Forestry, the Tarrens to Rhyd Yr Onnen

September 18 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A 9.5 Miles 6 Hours 9.5 Miles Max Height: 2069ft Total Height Ascended: 2,815ft Leader - Peter Rutherford An interesting mountain day with, hopefully, fine views of both the Dyfi and Mawddach Estuaries following the Tarren Ridgeline. A strenuous walk with spectacular views led by Peter Rutherford - Access Officer for Snowdonia National Park. Meet at the Dragon Theatre: 09:00 Own/Shared Transport & Mini Bus (£)

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Walk 22 – NEW – Cwm Maethlon & Corlan Fraith – Happy Valley

September 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A 7 Hours 12 Miles Max Height: 1.332ft Total Height Ascended 2,172ft Leader - Dave Fox A demanding new circular walk from the picturesque resort of Aberdyfi over the hills to delightful, unspoilt Happy Valley and the summit of Corlan Fraith, offering far-reaching views of Cardigan Bay. Returning via ancient tracks, which cross the top of Happy Valley and below Mynydd y Llyn to drop back to Aberdyfi via the Outward Bound Centre Path and Picnic Island. Meet at the…

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Walk 33 – Moel Hebog from Beddgelert

September 22 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A 7 Miles 5 Hours Max Height: 2,562ft Total Height Ascended: 2,681ft Leader: Stuart Cross Moel Hebog dominates the view west from the village of Beddgelert and provides the basis for a fairly challenging walk into the mountains that offers great views. The path rises gently up past the ruins of the Welsh Highland Railway, old farm buildings across marshy ground (can be wet underfoot) and up to the base of the Moel Hebog ridge. A strenuous climb up…

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