Moel Siabod Guided Walk
Passers by will often marvel at this isolated mountain, its singular peak standing tall above the rest of the Moelwynion mountain range.
Moel Siabod is one of the less visited peaks in Snowdonia yet it makes for an excellent day out. With it's ever changing landscape, an ascent via the south ridge is varied and interesting. Far reaching views, quarries, and waterfalls, this route has it all. In particular the exposed rock on the south ridge makes for an excellent playground where the inexperienced can learn to move gracefully and the adventurous can pick out more daring challenges. Upon reaching the summit the views are exquisite, allowing you to see most of Snowdonia from a single vantage point.
Until reaching the south ridge, the walk comprises a steady and gentle incline, the only difficulty being a short, steap path from the parking area. The south ridge itself is steep and requires some care for parties who are inexperienced moving over rocky terrain. that being said, this playground presents an excellent place to hone the skills required for more difficult ascents in Northern Snowdonia.
Anywhere between 4 and 8 hours depending on the fitness of the group.