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We have been up and over Moel Siabod many times in all conditions.
The direct route up to the water filled quarry can feel steep in parts, a sharp left turn at this point and a carful desent will lead uyou back to the road...More
Popped into this lovely cafe after a visit to the zip wire, which was closed! We all had a main meal; 2 breakfasts, a chili, jacket potato and a sausage sandwich. Teas and coffees and cakes for desserts. Tasty wholesome food, large portions. Outside seating...More
Our B&B hosts in Betws-y-Coed recommended climbing Siabod, as the summit offers stunning views of 13 of the 14 major peaks in Wales on a clear day. I used the route given on ukhillwalking.com, which ended up being probably the most difficult ascent possible, but...More
Moel Siabod makes a good introduction to scrambling (this coming from a novice scrambler!). I started from Moel Siabod cafe, and obtained a mini map and walk guide from there. The walk along its southern foot is fairly straightfoward; the path is very well defined...More
I great place to visit after a days walking or kayaking. A nice selection of drinks. I enjoyed the hot chocolate but the coffee looked good too. Savory snacks (cheesy chips) or a slice of cake to complement the drinks.
As peaks come in Snowdonia comes Moel Siabod is a very accessible achievable summit for all, round trip of about 8km with good routes Walking and scrambling. This said you still need to be prepared as the weather can change rapidly
We tried to follow an online route I had found but within minutes it was unclear whether we were on the right path. It turned out we were wrong and soon following a forest track. There was no signposting at all. We came to two...More