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Clogwyn Carnedd yr Wyddfa

“The Precipice of the Carn of Yr Wyddfa”

Clogwyn Carnedd yr Wyddfa, also known as Cloggy, is a prominent and challenging rock face located on the eastern side of Yr Wyddfa Fawr (Mount Snowdon), the highest mountain in Wales and England.

A name sometimes used to refer to Yr Wyddfa Fawr or, alternatively, to the cairn that used to be situated on the top of the mountain.

Clog, is Welsh and signifies a ditached rock.