Ceunant Mawr

Summery
A set of tributaries that be ascended or descended
Canyon Descent:
160m
Highest Drop:
10m
Canyon Length:
500m
Minimum Ropes:
1X 30m
Flood Risk:
Low
Access Type:
Public
Rock Type:
Felsic
Catchment:
900m2
Duration: in, down and out:
IN: DOWN: OUT: TOTAL: half day/ couple hours
Anchors
Natural
Notes
Several of the tributaries on the East side of the Afon Glaslyn make vaguely interesting Gorge/ Ghyll scrambles. These gorges ghylls can be ascended or descended. Afon Ifan, Ceunant Mawr and Afon Feingam are the names of several.
Description
Approach by Car: (Unknown) Approach by foot: (Unknown) Canyon entry: (Unknown) Canyon descent: (Unknown) Exit: (Unknown) Escapes: (Unknown) First Decent: (Unknown) 
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