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Castell-y-Bere
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Cymer Abbey
Dolgellau
Dolgoch Falls
Glyndwr's Way
King Arthurs
Labyrinth

Llechwedd Slate Caverns
Llyn Trawsfynydd
Machynlleth
Maentwrog
Moelwyns
Pistyll Cain
Rhaeadr Cynfal
Rhaeadr Du
Tal-y-Llyn
Torrent Walk

The Moelwyns

The Moelwyn mountain range, referred to in Welsh as the Moelwynian, extend from Porthmadog to the pass known as Bwlch y Rhediad which separates the range from Moel Siabod.

The Moelwyns

Moelwyns

Image reproduced by permission of Derek Fogg at British Landscapes who retains all copyright)

Peaks of the Moelwyns

The two highest peaks are Moelwyn Mawr, or the Great White Hill, rising to 2,526' (770m) and Moelwyn Bach, which is the smaller of the two at 2,329' (710m). There are many excellent walks in the area which provide excellent views of the surrounding landscape.

Walks in the Moelwyns

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