A short but wonderfully rewarding walk that crosses some remote moorland before climbing up onto one of the best viewpoints in the National Park.
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These stats are only based on the beacons sent - the fewer the beacons, the more inaccurate the stats!
Distance: 4.5 km
Max Altitude: 565 m
Min Altitude: 397 m
Height Gain: 276 m
Height Loss: 244 m
Senior Creative Artworker (Job), Overseas Traveller (when not at Job), Skier, Hiker, Mountain Biker, Outdoors Enthusiast and Occasional Adventurer!
In the last month I have:
|walked 13.9 km, climbed 203 metres and shared 1 track and 0 routes|
So far this year I have:
|walked 467 km, climbed 7,658 metres and shared 19 tracks and 12 routes|
|bagged 19 peaks|
In 2015 I:
|walked 403 km, climbed 12,096 metres and shared 24 tracks and 18 routes|
|travelled 33.3 km on the snow, climbed 2,032 metres and shared 3 tracks and 0 routes|
|travelled 0.0 km on the water and shared 0 tracks and 1 route|
|bagged 52 peaks|
05/04 3:47pm : Tor y Foel (1,808 ft)
Classification: Marilyn, Dewey
Feature: ground 3m N of flattened cairn
Source: Database of British and Irish Hills v14
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