Walk 4 – 4 Lakes & an Ugly House

Paul Hodges

Mountain Walks guide - Biography
My first introduction to mountains was a family holiday to Snowdonia in 1976, I remember spending long summer days by the Black Waterfall near Dolgellau (26 years later I bought a house less than half a mile away from it) as well as ascending Snowdon (I hate to admit by train), even in the summer of ’76 it was cloudy on top!

We want you to enjoy are surroundings, whether you are new to the area, experienced hill walker, novice or full on adrenalin junkie we think we’ve got a walk that will interest you & introduce you to some hidden gems. These walks are tailored to all levels of fitness & provide you with a wide choice of scenery & surroundings, to help you select a walk that suits you we have graded them on a star rating for Exersion Levels, Exposure, Scenery & Wildlife & explain these below.
Paul Hodges
Walk 4 – 4 Lakes & an Ugly House

Level: Moderate
Terrain: Clear paths, Forest Tracks & Tarmac Road.
Distance: 11 Miles.
Estimated Time:
5 Hours.
Description: This is a largely easy to follow walk with some small ascents & good views to Moel Siabod along the way. It is an extended version of Walk 3 to take in the additional charms of Llyn Bodgynydd which tries it’s hardest not to be discovered from this line of attack. As the title suggests & I make no apologies for having to use such an obvious title you will see 4 lakes, 3 of these are hidden gems that you can get up close to & you will probably be alone.

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Exertion Rating 3 out of 5 Exposure Rating 3 out of 5 Scenery 4 out of 5 Nature 4 out of 5
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