|Best months for climbing:||Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec|
|Nearest major airport:||Liverpool|
Thanks to Trevor Mose for adding this peak.
An isolated peak divided from its neighbours by two deep valleys. Ascents are possible throughout the year and include some exposed and airy scrambles through shattered crags on the south side and a dank cirque on the north face. Two other routes present easier alternatives. Views from the summit include Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa - 1085m) in the east, the Nantlle Ridge to the south and views west out across the Irish sea.
NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 3 trip reports for Mynydd Mawr.
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- Log #17698 - by Trevor Mose on Oct 30, 2004I usually approach this peak from the west, from the village known as Y Fron. It is a round trip of 6km and about 400m of climbing. The track is well defined and follows the north east ridge. The...
- Log #17697 - by
trevor mose on Oct 29, 2004Ascent via the eastern ridge, climbing out of Drws-y-coed on the B4418. The track follows some old inclines, a legacy of the mining which is prevalent in this area. After about 1500m it reaches the...
- Log #17696 - by Phil Maines on May 31, 2003Climbed on the hottest day in Great Britain, unfortunately we climbed from base to the summit in mist down to 20 yards at times. but was still inpressed & looking forward to re visiting it again...