(Walk -Oct 10th 2016) Moel Hebog is one of the mountains in Snowdonia’s national park near the village of Beddgelert. The route we took was from the free car park near to the village on the A4085.Turn right out of the car park then walk for about 300 yards and turn left. There is a sign which says private but this is the way to the footpath on the mountain. The path is marked with the yellow acorn sign. We stuck to the paths all the way to the top. On this occasion that worked well as the cloud dropped and visibility was down to about 10 feet. On a nice day you can see the North Wales coastline, Nantlle Ridge and Snowdon. The weather changed in 15 minutes from sunny and clear to cloudy, misty, cold and wet but cleared as quick as it appeared. Always go prepared.Rucksack,good walking boots,hot drink,snacks,warm clothing and water proofs and gloves.It can get very cold and wet even in the summer. Always take a small rucksack with items of warm clothing and a hot drink. After a steep descent to into Bwlch Meillionen the walk continues along the ridge of the neighbouring peaks Moel Yr Ogof and Moel Lefn.
Two car parks in the village
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