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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Things - Places - Moel Famau

Moel Famau is a very popular picturesque walk in the heart of the North Wales hills which is a group of hills called the Clwydian Range. 

Situated on the top of the mountain is a Jubilee tower that was built in 1810 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of King George lll. The tower is now a relic of what it used to be, but there is currently some restoration work going on. The summit is 1818ft and from the Bwlch Pen Barras car park it's approximately a 3mile walk.

The walk is a pretty easy one with good paths except for a couple of patches that are rather steep with loose stone which can be skid prone.

It probably took about an hour and a half there and back depending on how fast you walk.

Here are a few pictures from my walk below...

moel famau car park
This is the one of the main carparks to begin your walk from  called Bwlch Pen Barras.

ruthin from noel famau
View towards the Vale Of Clwyd from the car park.

ruthin aerial
Some parts are like above and rougher.

moel famau juibilee tower
The tower.

moel famau statue
moel famau view towards mersyside
moel famau view towards denbighshire
moel famau sumit
moel famau scenery
bwlch pen barras
The way back to the car!

The walk is very rewarding as the views are simply fantastic, I've been up many times and will go many more times. If you live near or are visiting North Wales I would definitely recommend going up.
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