Cnicht from Croesor-fawr


28 April 2011

Moelwynion range

SH 64545 46620; 52.99971°N, 4.01988°W


Cnicht (meaning knight) belongs to the Moelwynion mountain range and has an elevation of 689 m. Despite its modest height, its aspect from the south west has earned it the nickname The Matterhorn of Wales.

Approaching from the south west

Summit panoramas

Key for summit panoramas


One thought on “Cnicht

  1. These are fabulous photos by any standard. They bring out the unique character of these mountains. I also like the way you have processed the shots for the annotation diagrams, which are extremely helpful. A great post!

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