Saturday, 1 July 2000

Gallt y Wenallt

Gallt y Wenallt
Height: 619m (2,031ft)
Prominence: 24m (79ft)
Region: Snowdonia - Snowdon
Classifications: Nuttall
Summit feature: Small cairn
Times climbed: 1
Related trip report:
The Snowdon Horseshoe - 20/04/2018
Gallt y Wenallt's summit with the full Snowdon Horseshoe in the background
Gallt y Wenallt is a subsidiary summit of Y Lliwedd and lies at the end of the north ridge.

Its northern face is reputed to be the longest slope in Snowdonia, being close to 2000 ft. It is also the last nail in the "completist's" Snowdon Horseshoe.

The summit is grassy and is marked with a small cairn. In clear visibility, the view down to Llyn Gwynant is regarded as one of the finest in Snowdonia.

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