Region: Arenigs and Rhinogs
Summit view: Open virtual summit
Rhinog Fawr is an exceptionally rough mountain in the heart of the Rhinogs. It is usually approached by the famous Roman Steps; despite the name, these are actually the surviving remains of a Medieval packhorse route through the Rhinogs.
There are 255 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Rhinog Fawr. They have contributed 10 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.
|5 Rhinogs, only 2 horns, and a very tough skin||Alteknacker||26/03/2017||6|
|The last and a first - Rhinogs traverse and wild camp||malky_c||15/07/2012||6|
|The Rhinogs, Y Llethr & Diffwys||poppiesrara||24/07/2011||5|
|Snowdonia: Solo Rhinogydd Traverse and Wild Camp||trickeyja||27/08/2011||4|
|The Rhinog Traverse, Snowdonia||DaveX||30/07/2016||2|
|Round the Rhinogs||snowdonia7||24/03/2012||2|
|Rhinog Fawr, Welsh Hewitts compleation||andy63||27/07/2017||0|
|The Rhinogs – it could almost be Scotland||clivegrif||16/11/2011||0|
|Rhinog Fawr; a first Walk Report!||Fionascot||25/04/2011||0|
|We're in Fawr it on the Rhinogs||smirnie71||24/04/2011||0|