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Snowdonia winter mountain walk planned

Posted 15 November 2010
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Snowdonia winter mountain walk planned
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Those who fancy putting on a winter jacket for a testing winter ascent could find just what they are looking for in a guided walk in Snowdonia on the weekend of December 11th and 12th.

Run by the Snowdonia Society as part of its programme of events, the trek will involve a climb to the top of Moel Siabod.

While others may prefer lower walks like the archaeological trek to Cors y Gedol on November 28th, the climb of the 2,861 ft mountain may prove to be a classical winter walk.

There are two ways up the mountain, these being via the east ridge from Betws y Coed and from the south-west up a long syncline starting near the site of the Roman Camp close to Pen y Pas.

In the latter case, a winter ascent may be aided by a fence, which the footpath follows most of the way up the ridge, helping to guide any ascent made in snow.