Cost: £35.00

  • ROUTE – Out and back
  • DISTANCE – 12 miles
  • TIME – 7-8 hours
  • ASCENT – 710m
  • GUIDED – Walk with experienced Mountain Leaders
  • DIFFICULTY – Reasonable level of fitness required, some scrambling, head for heights would help

“Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so…. get on your way!”
Dr Seuss

Moel Siabod at 872m is the largest single, isolated lump of rock in the National Park and is also the largest of any mountain in the Moelwynion Range.
Taking on Moel Siabod is a full day out with a decent amount of ascent including an uphill ridge and some scrambling, making for a diverse and fulfilling mountain day, for those looking for something a little more interesting, challenging and away from the hustle and bustle of Snowdon.

Our route starts by taking us through an ancient forest and past historic disused quarries until we eventually reach the base of Daear Ddu.
From here we scramble our way up the gully and along the ridge line and clamber over and around rocks and boulders before summiting to see some of the most spectacular and far reaching views to be had anywhere in Snowdonia!

“If it scares you, it might be a good thing to try.”
Seth Godin