After a steep push to the summit, your effort is rewarded with spectacular views over to the Glyders, Tryfan, Carnedd LLewellyn and Anglesey to the north. At 3,425 feet (1,044 metre) high, it is the third highest summit in Wales. However, it is far less visited than the giant of Snowdon, meaning you can experience the wild mountain landscape in more solitude.
Carnedd Dafydd is 3,425 feet (1,044 meters) high, which makes the mountain the second highest summit of the Carneddau range. If your lucky, you'll meet some of the wild goats, which will be live on the green slopes.
Carnedd Dafydd is 1,044 meters high, making it the second highest peak in the Carneddau Mountains. If you are lucky, you will meet some of the wild goats that live on the green slopes.
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