We set off walking through sheep filled farmland and picturesque woodland before meeting a track which we followed until it reached a stile by a sheep pen this was where we turned off to follow a wall all the way to the summit, a great handrail to use if ever the visibility was naff, luckily for us the visibility was fine.
During the early stages of this section we saw three deer watching our every movement intently before they decided we had encroached too much and disappeared out of sight. As we gained height the snow became more widespread until we were wading through a good depth of virgin snow.
We sheltered behind a wall for refreshments before heading down again following a convenient handrail yet another wall. As we headed down out of the snow there were a couple steep sections nothing serious but hands were required, Megan leaping down make it look easy, we eventually met up with a track and followed this.
As we were walking along here we came across a nice waterfall which flowed through a small tunnel under a bridge, Ryan said, “Mitch, you could climb through that” of course that was like a red rag to a bull so in true Mitch style that is exactly what he did!! We laughed and joked that he looked like Gollum coming out of his cave, Nutter!!!
We continued along the track before heading off following a path which skirted round the south of Moel Cors-y-garnedd and back through farmland to Llanfachreth and the car, Megan loved the walk and before we had got changed and packed the gear away she was fast asleep in the boot.