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Bwlch y Battel, Moel y Gest

Bwlch y Battel, Moel y Gest


Postby poppiesrara » Sun Oct 26, 2014 5:17 pm

Date walked: 25/10/2014

Time taken: 2.5

Distance: 8 km

Ascent: 595m

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An attempt on Cnicht from the west, thwarted by the rain and gales; still a good (if very wet) walk up to the high pass and lake of Bwlch y Battel.

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Then a compensatory climb of a 'miniature' (263m) mountain in Moel y Gest. Very good walk up to and along the rocky and undulating summit ridge.

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