Situated six miles from Betws-y-Coed is the remote mountain village of Capel Curig, nestling between two mountains, both nearly 3,000 ft above sea level.
The Moel Siabod is an isolated peak lying to the south of Capel Curig, it stands alone aloof from other mountain groups, it's magnificent view looks out over the Snowdon, Moel Hebog and the Glyder and Moelwyn ranges.
Despite is diminutive proportions it is a major hub for outdoor enthusiasts. The nearby Plas-y-Berin: the National Mountaineering Centre has courses on abseiling, canoeing, dry-slope skiing and wall climbing. These combined with various talks and films of expeditions means there is never a dull moment.
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