Covid-19 - getting back outdoors
All of our groups are now able to offer events. In England and Wales, up to 30 people (including the organiser) may attend each event. In Scotland a maximum of 15 people, from a maximum of 5 households may attend.
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This walk visits Moel Fammau, the highest point in the popular walking area of the Clwydian Hills in north-east Wales. The wide open views are fantastic and the walking is pretty easy. We start off heading west across fields from the startpoint, before a steep walk up to the summit of Moel Fammau. The walk then turns north-northwest, heading towards Moel Arthur along the ridge line, but we turn off before reaching the summit to contour southwest. The route then heads east towards Cilcain and back along the Leete Path to the endpoint and the cafe for tea and cake.
Moel Fammau yw’r copa uchaf ym Mryniau Clwyd. Ceir golygfeydd gwych ac mae cerdded yn hawdd. Cychwyn cerdded i gyfeiriad y gorllewin ac yna esgyn yn serth i’r copa. Yna, troi i gyfeiriad y gogledd orllewin tuag at Moel Arthur ar hyd y grib ond troi ymaith cyn cyrraedd y copa. Cerdded tuag at Gilcain a chael paned a theisen.