Cadair Idris is traditionally regarded as the highest peak south of Snowdon, albeit a good 12 metres lower than it’s less illustrious neighbour, Aran Fawddwy. This is a brief account of the Pony Track up Cadair Idris, which is the easiest track. However, I’ll start by suggesting quite strongly that if you are going to do one route up, that it should be the Minffordd Path as opposed to this one. Although, the views of the Cyfrwy Arete are one major point in its favour. Finally, for the record, Cadair Idris is the name of the mountain while the actual summit is called Penygadair.
Route Description in full on Mud and Routes