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.
Groups may choose to implement a booking system for their events, or revert to the standard "attendance" system. Everyone attending an event will be required to provide their name and contact details to the event contact for Track and Trace purposes.
Local restrictions may affect any events at short notice, please be aware that some last minute cancellations may be neccessary. Registering your attendance on an event, and ensuring that your profile is set to allow general messages from GOC, will ensure you can be informed of any last minute changes.
THE DATE OF THIS WALK HAS CHANGED FROM 21ST JULY TO 4TH AUGUST.
Moelwyn Mawr from Tanygrisiau, Blaenau Ffestiniog. A moderate circular walk (but a short steep bit just before the summit) to the infrequently visited peaks of Moelwyn Mawr and Moelwyn Bach. Ascent from Tanygrisiau via the abandoned Cwmorthin and the old Rhosydd Slate Quarry and we will be using quarry tramways and inclines for part of the walk. Descending via the Stwlan Dam, the upper lake of the Ffestiniog Hydro Electric complex. Stunning views in all directions throughout the walk.
Moelwyn Mawr o Danygrisiau, Blaenau Ffestiniog. Taith gylchol gymedrol (ond braidd yn serth tua’r copa) i gopa’r Moelwyn Mawr a hwyrach y Moelwyn Bach. Cychwyn o Danygrisiau a mynd drwy hen gymuned Cwmorthin ac yna Chwarel y Rhosydd gan ddefnyddio llwybrau’r chwareli. Dod i lawr heibio Llyn Stwlan sef llyn uchaf Cynllun Trydan Dwr Ffestiniog. Golygfeydd gwych trwy gydol y daith.
Terrain / Difficulty / Tir/Her
Moderate to challenging in parts but following established paths and tracks
Cymedrol neu heriol mewn rhannau ond cadw at lwybrau traddodiadol