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Visit Wales Mountains and Hills

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Cadair Idris is a spectacular mountain reserve in Southern Snowdonia of over 450 hectares of breathtaking landscape, rugged summits, glacial lakes and a mossy wooded gorge.

 

Managed by the National Trust, the Sugarloaf is one of the highest peaks in Monmouthshire and offers fantastic walks & views overlooking Abergavenny.

National Trust

 

Pen y Fan and Corn Du are the two highest peaks of the central Brecon Beacons. They dominate the landscape for miles around, and make up one of the most recognisable skylines in the UK.

 

Cadair Berwyn mountain summit (Y Berwyn or Mynydd y Berwyn) is the highest point in the Berwyn mountain range at 2723 ft (830 meters).

 

Abergwesyn Commons, on the southern edge of the Mid Wales Cambrian Mountains, is a wild and ancient landscape with far-reaching views. The commons stretch for 12 miles between the Nant Irfon valley in the west and Llanwrthwl in the east.

 

Escape the crowds and treat yourself to a relaxing break in the hills and valleys around Pumlumon. Plynlimon (from Pumlumon in Welsh, meaning "five peaks") is the highest point of the Cambrian Mountains in Wales.

In or near Devil's Bridge

 

Glyder Fawr is a mountain in Snowdonia located south-east of Llanberis, the second highest peak in the Glyderau range at 3,261 ft (994m).

In or near Llanberis

 

Y Garn is a 3,107 ft high mountain in Snowdonia, located north-west of Capel Curig.

In or near Capel Curig

 

Moel Cynghorion (The Bare Hill of the Councillors) lies several miles north-west of Snowdon and forms part of the Moel Eilio Horseshoe walk; it is 2,211 ft high.

In or near Llanberis

 

Moel Siabod is a mountain in Snowdonia, which sits isolated above the villages of Betws-y-Coed and Capel Curig. At 2,861ft (872m), it is the highest peak in the Moelwynion mountain range.

In or near Capel Curig

 

Crib Goch is 3028 ft (923 m) high and is described as a "knife-edged" arête in the Snowdonia National Park. The name means red ridge in Welsh, referring to the serrated ridge and the colour of some of the rocks.

In or near Llanberis

 

Carnedd Dafydd is a mountain peak in the Carneddau range in Snowdonia; at 3,425 ft/1,044 m, it is the third highest peak in Wales.

In or near Bethesda

 

The Welsh name for Snowdon is 'Yr Wyddfa' which means 'the tumulus'. At a height of 3,560 ft (1,085 m), Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales and the second highest peak in the UK.

In or near Llanberis

 

Bwrdd Arthur (Arthur's Table in English), also known as Din Sylwy, is flat topped limestone hill on the island of Anglesey.

In or near Benllech

 

At 3156ft, Yr Elen is the ninth highest mountain in Snowdonia. It lies on a short ridge running west-northwest off the main north-east to south-west ridge of the Carneddau.

In or near Bethesda

 

At 3,209 ft, Pen yr Ole Wen is the seventh highest mountain in Snowdonia and in Wales. It is the most southerly of the Carneddau range. It is the same height as England's highest peak, Scafell Pike.

In or near Llanberis

 

Holyhead Mountain (Mynydd Twr in Welsh: from (pen)twr, meaning "stack") is the highest point on Holy Island at 722 ft and the highest in the county of Anglesey.

In or near Holyhead

 

Mynydd Bodafon (Bodafon Mountain) is the highest point (584 ft/187 m) on the main island of Anglesey. Its summit is also known as Yr Arwydd ("the signal").

In or near Moelfre