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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Afternoon trek up Moel Eilio in hope/expectation of seeing a sunset over the Llyn Peninsula. Bring packed lunch, hot drink, wind, cold and water-proof gear, a camera, and - very importantly - a head torch as part of the descent may be in the dark. In the event of tempestuous weather conditions we will follow a low level route. Tea and mince pies to follow the walk.
Prynhawn yn cerdded i fyny Moel Eilio mewn gobaith / disgwyliad o weld machlud haul dros Benrhyn Llyn. Dewch â chinio pecyn, diod boeth, gwynt, offer oer a gwrth-ddŵr, camera, ac - yn bwysig iawn - gall fflachlamp pen fel rhan o'r disgyniad fod yn y tywyllwch. Os bydd tywydd tymhestlog byddwn yn dilyn llwybr lefel isel. Te a mins peis i ddilyn y daith.
Terrain / Difficulty / Tir/Her
Moderate hill walk
Taith gerdded gymedrol ar y bryniau