Mynydd Perfedd

Mynydd Perfedd

Mynydd Perfedd seen from Foel Goch
Elevation 812 m (2,664 ft)
Listing sub Hewitt, Nuttall
Location
Location Gwynedd,  Wales
Range Glyderau
Coordinates 53°08′12″N 4°03′29″W / 53.136609°N 4.05792°W / 53.136609; -4.05792Coordinates: 53°08′12″N 4°03′29″W / 53.136609°N 4.05792°W / 53.136609; -4.05792
Topo map OS Landranger 115, OS Outdoor Leisure 17
OS grid SH623619
Climbing
Easiest route Walk

Mynydd Perfedd is a mountain in Snowdonia, Wales, forming part of the Glyderau. The summit has a shelter cairn, offering good views of Foel-goch's north-eastern face, and the Carneddau.[1]

Between it and Carnedd y Filiast, there are dramatic cliffs to the east, including the famous Atlantic Slab. To the south lies the parent peak Elidir Fawr, to the west Carnedd y Filaist and to the east Foel-goch and Y Garn. It is 812 metres (2,664 ft) high. The average annual temperature of the mountain is about 5 celsius. [2]

References

  1. ^ Nuttall, John & Anne (1999). The Mountains of England & Wales - Volume 1: Wales (2nd edition ed.). Milnthorpe, Cumbria: Cicerone. ISBN 1-85284-304-7.
  2. ^ Crocker, Chris; Graham Jackson. "Mountaineering & Rock Climbing in the UK: Mynydd Perfedd". Database of British Hills. Mountain Days.net. http://www.mountaindays.net/mountains/peak.php?defn=0&area=50&peak=1986. Retrieved 2008-04-08. 



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