Dolgelly, nestling beneath great cader Idris, is easily accessible, as also is that charming seaside town of Barmouth.
A well-known projection on the flanks of cader is the Giant's Nose.
About five miles out cader Idris appears, twenty miles away to the left.
This makes it, according to Pennant, 240 yards higher than cader Idris.
The wandering Borrow wordily describes a night adventure on cader Idris.
We reached cader Fronwen, one of the highest of the Berwyns, without meeting with a trace.
It is walled round by the mountains, cader Idris being its loftiest and its grandest bulwark.
I don't think my own have even quite recovered the effects of three winters over the base of cader Idris.
Mention of cader Idris and its legends is frequent in Welsh literature, old and modern.
Mr Ruskin had once a vision of ten thousand school-inspectors assembled on cader Idris.
"pet, tame," mid-15c., used in reference to young animals abandoned by their mothers and brought up by hand; of unknown origin.