After spending most of the summer in the flatlands of East Anglia, it was good to get back to Snowdonia and to see some mountains. Today we visited the highest point in the Northern Rhinogs, one of our favourite part of North Wales - dramatic remote mountains away from the crowds. We parked near the farm at Cefn Clawdd on the minor road south of Lake Trawsfynydd, then walked up the old track/tramways to the deserted manganese mines below Moel Ysgyfarnogod (623 metres). From the summit we had great views of the Llyn Peninsula, Snowdon, and the Rhinogs/Arans with Cader Idris to the south. A lovely mountain day out, and we did not see a soul all day.
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