Saturday, 1 July 2000

Mynydd Perfedd

Seen from Bwlch y Marchlyn
Height: 812m (2,664ft)
Prominence: 20m (66ft)
Region: Snowdonia - Glyderau
Classifications: Nuttall
Summit feature: Shelter cairn
Times climbed: 1
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Y Garn & Elidir Fawr - 25/09/2016
The top of Mynydd Perfedd with the main Glyders beyond
Mynydd Perfedd (Min-ith Perv-eth - Middle Mountain) forms part of the Glyderau.

Between it and Carnedd y Filiast, there are dramatic cliffs to the east, including the famous Atlantic Slab, a vast expanse of layered slab popular with climbers. It is a fossilised sea bed that has been tilted over millions of years.

The summit has a shelter cairn, offering good views of Foel-goch's north-eastern face, and the Carneddau.

Return to Snowdonia - the Glyderau