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Hill number:2067
Height:662m / 2172ft
Parent (Ma):2059  Rhobell Fawr
RHB Section:30D: Barmouth to Betws-y-Coed and Bala
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Arenigs
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Dee (Flint), Catchment Boundaries, Mawddach
Watershed:Cardigan Bay, Liverpool Bay
Class:Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Buxton & Lewis,
Bridge, Clem
Grid ref:SH 81057 27373
Summit feature:cairn on outcrop
Col:524m  SH799264  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 124 125
(1:25k) OL23E
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Pont Fronwydd - Dduallt - Rhobell Fawr - Cerniau - Cerniau W Top - Moel y Llan - Foel Offrwm - Dolgellau.Mark Jackson30/08/2019
Cwm yr Allt-Lwyd, Rhyd y Re, Dduallt, Ty-newydd-y-mynydd, Rhobell Fawr, Nant yr Helyg, Cwm yr Allt-Lwyd.Winterfloodian29/03/2019
Park at Cwm allt y lwyd bend 788282,Rhobell y big, Rhobell ganol, Rhobell Fawr, Rhobell fawr west top descend down faint path near wall east to plantation track, down track 600m 797249 then use ride which has easy path SE to to ride going SE to Moel Caer defaid west top, Craig y Benglog. then straight walk to Ddualt cross stream at 80702 25400 ground surprisingly dry. decent from Ddualt N fenceline to ford. Old posts and mesh scattered causing trip hazardunderhill17/11/2018
Neil Midgley24/10/2018
13.2 mile walk from gated road south, parked in unfenced field at the side of road walked west to Ffridd Carmel farm and along grassy footpath to road north of Llanfachreth followed road to end ascending Bwlch Goriwared, short heathery climb onto Cerniau then followed nice gradual path onto Rhobell Fawr, arrived 3 minutes before the cloud did so got a quick glimpse of the view. We left summit quickly and took wrong path north when we wanted to head east, after a 20 min diversion including climbing down a rockface we descended to the forest below Dduallt, followed the clear firebreaks through to opposite side of forest and made our own rough route up to Dduallt, descended the same way but via a swamp this time back past forest (a lot has been felled) and followed good lane SW back to where we parked. Apart from the cloud coming down on Rhobell Fawr, the rest of the day was fine with high cloud, great views, saw 3 people all day, all on Rhobell Fawr.DanTrig29/09/2018
Tough going, great views though.dadofmorph21/04/2018
With RH & PJRob Pen y Garn08/04/2018
5/5 On Snowy, very cold heather bashing day ! (Foel y Graig/Craig y Llestri/Drysgol/Cefn Glas/Ddualt)Fergalh17/03/2018
Followed the route in the Nuttalls book from Cwm yr Allt-lwyd. Maybe I'm getting to be a scaredy cat in my old age but I didn't fancy the ford, even though there hadn't been any rain recently. I walked upstream a little to where the stream splits and that was much easier to do and I kept my shoes dry. Climbed up to Dduallt with no difficulty. The other obstacle of the day, the forest, was pretty easy. Weather was glorious so good views all around.tsharp04/06/2017
this is a hill to do in bone dry conditions or after server frost.its boggy and faint paths make going tough. start as per book and follow it as it does give the best line of attackAristotle Chip26/05/2017
Exactly as David Gradwell --thanks for tip re forest.Crib Goch10/04/2017
Nuttall route + two Deweys. Parked on rough grassy area at SH 78827 29232 beside track that leaves road at sharp bend. Ddaullt > Rhobell Fawr > Cynefin Bryn Blew [Rhobell Fawr West Top] > Rhobell Ganol > Rhobell-y-big. Went through forest using straight firebreak that starts at SH 80385 25697. Make sure you keep going directly west through this firebreak and don't drift off south. The terrain is difficult at first but gets a lot better as long as you keep heading west.David Gradwell24/08/2016
Edwin Gradwell24/08/2016
From Cwm Allt Lwyd. Parked at Dolcynafon (derelict farmhouse), crossed bridge to north side of Afon Mawddach, followed track up the north slope behind Allt Lwyd farmhouse, to the bwlch. Continued N on track to ford (Rhyd y Re) over Mawddach, and continued S on track rising to the ridge. Followed ridge and fence all the way to summit. Nice and easy.Dewi Prysor05/08/2016
From the west. And followed the Affon Mawddach along and up an excellent track before crossing the stream and onto fine ridge following fence line. The isolation and solitude is palpable. FInal Welsh HuMP celebrated on my own with a bottle of diluted mango and orange squash, half a bag of Tesco's mixed nuts and an apple. Peaceful. Avoid the replanted forest at all costs. Nightmare underfoot and another shortcut that totally backfired.Campbell Singer21/07/2016
Scott Morley 8611/06/2016
From Rhobell Fawr along the path signposted Y DdualltRuth25/03/2016
With Neil- Nuttall route with minor tops added - very wild areaMark Sims25/03/2016
Neil Haslewood25/03/2016
Snow on tops boggy approach. With moggsjonathanwilliam07/02/2016
From Cwm-Hasgen a round of Rhobell-y-big, Rhobell Ganol, Rhobell Fawr, Moel Cae'r-defaid West Top, Craig y Benglog, Dduallt and Ffridd yr Allt-llwyd.rhalstead22/11/2015
Very wet day and extremely wet underfoot. Nearly didn't make it through the man eating forestry!Hammy06/11/2015
Wycombe Wanderer28/09/2015
With Steve and Frank on a bright but chilly day. nuttall route 6.3 with a few minor tops added. All the Arenig Nuttalls now summitted.Lou27/09/2015
With Steve and Lindsay on a fine day visiting Dduallt, Rhobell Fawr, Rhobell Fawr West Top, Rhobell Ganol and Rhobell-y-big.knarf27/09/2015
Parked the car at the junction 797249. Minor gated road up pass Aran Hall School. Did Rhobell Fawr first. Then went along forest road to footpath sign to Y Dduallt. A lot of trees down and then on open land - boggy. Came back to enter forest at 801279 and back along forest road. Make sure you come into the forest by a fire break as a lot of trees down. When I did it there were yellow tapes for some race.johnjennison10/09/2015
Nuttall walk 6.3: Dduallt - Rhobell Fawr - Cynefin Bryn Blew - Rhobell Ganol - Rhobell y bigronaldo33326/04/2015
From the nuttall book start point, parking difficult ascent pretty easy on fairly good day with intermittent views, top not obvious in the claggeoffreybbb06/12/2014