It's April and the days are well and truly getting lighter for longer now, so while we were in Wales last weekend, we decided to take a walk up Moel Siabod, one of the Eastern most peaks in Snowdonia.
Moel Siabod is a great mountain; it's not that high, making it a great hill on which to start off the new season, but at 872 metres it still manages to give you one of the best panoramic views in the whole of North Wales. Such is its position, that from the top on a clear day, you can easily take in the Snowdon group, the Glyders and Carneddau to the West, and the flatter countryside stretching out to the Clywdian Hills to the East. It's also not too difficult a walk, so for anyone wanting to get started going up mountains in Snowdonia, Moel Siabod is ideal.
Luckily, we did have such a clear day, so I took the opportunity to take a few photos. I've added them, along with a description of our route, to the Walks section of the site. The Moel Siabod page can be found here.