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A challenging scramble that takes you past beautiful lakes and rivers- perfect for a summers dip, and up to a windy peak with incredible views of Snowdonia. Allow a good 5hrs to complete in good conditions and be weary that wind, snow and mist can...More
Totally unplanned visit,but worth it.
Plenty of parking room,homely entrance
Wide selection of food offered,and presented
efficiently by very pleasant staff,credit to them,
considering it was very busy every where.
Well worth a visit,highly recommended.
Viewed from Snowdon, the Glyders or Carneddau, Moel Siabod looks very, very boring. Seen from Betws y Coed, or from the A5, especially just before Capel Curig, it has a shapeliness and challenge that draw eyes and legs up it. It isn't big - it...More
We stop off at this café most weekends and have always been greeted with the warmest of welcomes, The food is always good and can highly recommend the home made soup; the scones with jam and cream are a real treat and are absolutely huge!...More
We decided to visit on a lovely clear day to explore this wonderful place.
We parked behind the shops in Capel Curig,crossed over the A5 road and took an obvious path that ran alongside Capel Curig chapel.
As we walked we got wonderful views of...More