Glyder Fach Mountain, Mountains Pen-y-Pass, Conwy County - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


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Glyder Fach is a mountain in Snowdonia, North Wales. At 994m it is the second highest mountain in the Glyders Range of mountains. The mountain is popular with rock climbers and hill walkers. Glyder Fach sits between Glyder Fawr 999m to the west and Tryfan 915m to the north. Glyder Fach is accessible from trails via Tryfan from the north or from Glyder Fawr to the west, starting from Ogwen Cottage on the A55 and Pen-y-Pass on the A4086 repectively. From the North exit the A55 at Junction 11 head south through Bethesda to Pont Pen y Benglog (Ogwen Cottage). Car Park side of road. From the South enter the A470 and continue forward onto the A470 and enter Trawsfynydd, continue forward onto the A487. Carry on onto the A487, entering Penrhyndeudraeth. At crossroads turn right onto A4085 (signposted Beddgelert). Continue forward onto the A4085, entering Garreg then at T-junction turn right onto the A498 (signposted Beddgelert) and bear right onto the A498, entering Beddgelert. Turn right (signposted Capel Curig) and continue forward onto the A498, entering Nant Gwynant. Turn left at the "Pen-y-Gwryd Hotel" onto the A4086 (signposted Caernarfon) then continue forward onto the A4086 untill you arrive at Pen-y-Pass
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