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Ogwen to Conwy

Sat 11th May 2024

Walk Details:

Event Type
Group Walk
Region / Area
Wales / NW Wales
Local Group
Start Time
Meet opposite Aberconwy High School - Leave the A55 at J18 & follow signs for Conwy. Drive through the town-one way system- under the arch & straight on. After about 1/4 mile turn R immediately before a crossing, past Aberconwy High School. Parking on left

We will take as few cars as possible onto Ogwen, parking as close to East end of lake as we can - walk starts at SH668605 .
First summit Pen yr Ole Wen 978m. A short scramble on the route here but not difficult.
Continue to Carnedd Dafydd 1044m; Carnedd Llewelyn 1064m; Foel Grach 976; Carnedd Gwenllian 926m; Foel Fras 942m; Drum 770m
Then down to the Roman Road & along this to the start of the route up Talyfan at SH731714
Up Talyfan 610m and along the ridge to the bend in the wall at SH736729
Down past the quarries to Sychnant Pass c.p at SH750770
Up Conwy Mountain 244m and back to Aberconwy School

General Notes
Please note the earlier start - this is a linear walk so we will take as few cars as possible to the start point. As this is a high level route, it is highly weather dependent, please come suitably prepared
Leader: Anne Darlington Contact: Graham Sherwood None Tel: 07963777726

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