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The ridge to Moel Siabod

The ARS walk on Saturday 9th June will be led by Will Williams to Moel Siabod from Capel Curig — this is a change from the original walk on Kinder Scout which will now be in September.

Will says it's a great walk with Fab views. A 3 booter with 4 booter route optional if you follow the ridge up, only because it's a relatively exposed scramble, it's no further in distance. A few steep sections on the way up, gentle easy descent.

Storm shelter for lunch at the summit. Cafe & toilet near car park (free but small, hence early start preferred). There is a couple of pubs en route if a stop for refreshments afterwards is wanted.

There will be low level options in the area for bad weather and optional extensions for people who don't mind losing and regaining height.

An 8.00am start from Audlem car park.

 

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