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Sat, 14 May

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Capel Curig

Moel Siabod guided walk (via the North East ridge)

Be part of a friendly and supportive group on this guided walk to the summit of Moel Siabod, from Capel Curig in Snowdonia

Moel Siabod guided walk (via the North East ridge)
Moel Siabod guided walk (via the North East ridge)

Time & Location

14 May 2022, 09:00

Capel Curig, Capel Curig, Betws-y-Coed LL24, UK

About the event

Join SUP & Summit on this memorable guided walk to the summit of Moel Siabod, one of Snowdonia’s iconic, yet lesser-trod mountains - standing at 872m. It has a shapely and distinctive peak which you can’t help but notice as you drive along the A5 from Betws y Coed.

We will meet in Capel Curig and after introductions and a briefing, we will follow a lowland path initially, alongside the Afon Llugwy. After a short walk, we will start our walk uphill, passing the disused quarries and the unnamed Llyn, towards the start of the NE ridge. The path is well established however will be a scramble in places, requiring you to use your hands to steady yourself and your arms for some leverage.

You will be carefully guided and supported with your technique in order to keep you safe. You don’t need to be an experienced hillwalker to take part however, you do need a reasonable level of fitness and good co-ordination/dexterity.

We will descend via a more of a ‘walking’ route, enabling you to soak up the views over towards the the Snowdon Horseshoe and the Glyderrau range.

What's included:

Leadership from qualified mountain leader / first aider

Wonderful views (weather permitting)

Group support

A truly memorable experience

Sense of achievement!

Cost: £30 pp

Group size: Maximum of 6

Distance:  Approx 6 miles

Duration: Approx 6 hours depending on group pace

Strenuousness level: Strenuous (refer to 'Am I fit enough?' page on website

How to pay:

SUP & Summit will ask that you pay for your activity or voucher by bank transfer as this method does not incur any charges. Companies such as PayPal take up to 3% of every transaction made and therefore, absorbing these fees means that we have to charge more for our activities or have bigger groups - something we obviously want to avoid.

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