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September 2019

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 21 – Rhinog Mawr from Maes y Garnedd

September 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A+ 6.5 Miles 6 Hours Max Height: 2,358ft Total Height Ascended: 2,900ft Leader - Peter Davies Walking from the isolated Farm of Maes Y Garnedd, famous as the home of Colonel John Jones, brother in law of Oliver Cromwell, and signatory to the death warrant of Charles I. crossing open moorland in the ascent to the craggy summit of Rhinog Fawr, involves some scrambling. Descending via Gloyw Llyn (The sparkling lake), the route takes us back over open moorland to…

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Walk 25 – Croesor, Cnicht and the Moelwyns

September 20 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A+ 9.5 Miles 6 Hours Max Height: 2509ft Total Height Ascended: 3,915ft Leader - Gwyneth Griffith Croesor is situated in a fine valley once humming with activity. The Slate quarries have long since closed and the vale has returned to a quieter life. Cnicht has a distinct image and distinct shape pointed with sheer faces and a nickname "The Welsh Matterhorn". From the summit of Cnicht and before you go on to Moelwyn Mawr & Moelwyn Bach, you should…

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Walk 30 – Cader Walk – Minffordd to Barmouth

September 21 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Dragon Theatre United Kingdom
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Grade A+ 15.5 Miles (a change from brochure distance) 7 hours Max Height: 2,894ft Total Height Ascended: 3,815ft Leader - Peter Davies Taking the Minffordd path past Llyn Cau up to the Summit of Cader Idris and following the Pony Path down, branch off along Tyrrau Mawr dropping down near Cregennen Lake. Proceed past Arthog waterfalls, along the path near Fegla Fach / Fawr and back to Barmouth over the bridge and a very welcome refreshment in the Last inn…

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