Moel Hebog

A complex, free-standing hill south-west of Snowdon, Hebog is a fascinating, warted eminence which has more faces than a dice. Uninteresting on its west side, the northern and eastern approaches are home to complex buttresses and steep scrambles in a solitude that is a salve to Snowdon’s bustle.

Best route: to the north lies the cool shade of the Beddgelert Forest which provides a nice contrast to the airy upper reaches. A good park spot is at SH571525.



Height(m) : 782
Height(ft) : 2566
Our Rating : Rating is 5 out of 5
Location : North Wales
National Park : Snowdonia
Grid Reference : SH565469
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