Sitting in the southern reaches of Snowdonia lie the Dyfi Hills, named after the Dyfi Valley (and river) that allow the A470 road to bisect the mountains east to west between Dolgellau and Welshpool. Called the Bwlch yr Oerddrws, this is one of the highest road passes in Wales. These hills are often over-looked by keen walkers but they do offer great walking.
Dyfi Hills include Maesglase, Waun-oer and Cribin Fawr as the highest peaeks.
Possibly one of the greatest attractions of the Dyfi Hills is that they offer magnificent views of the Cadair Idris Range.