An English translation by the side of the Welsh text of the so-called triads of Dyvnwal Moel Mud is given by Owen, in the The Ancient Laws of Wales.
In the neighbourhood are Dolwyddelan castle and the hill of Moel Siabod.
The place is a centre for artists, geologists and botanists, for the ascent of Snowdon, Moel Siabod, Glydyr Fawr, Glydyr Fach, Tryfan, &c., and for visiting Llyn Ogwen, Llyn Idwal, Twll du (Devil's Kitchen), Nant Ffrancon and the Penrhyn quarries.
On the west of Beddgelert is Moel Hebog (Bare-hill of the falcon), a hiding-place of Owen Glendower.
Cam, a cairn or heap of stones - Moel-trigarn.
Moel, bald, hence a bare hill-top - Moelfre.
Among the neighbouring Clwyd hills Moel Fammau and Moel Arthur are specially noticeable.
The Ordovices and the Romans fortified Moel Arthur.
Among neighbouring hills are Moel Offrwm (or Orthrwm - of sacrifice or of oppression) and Moel Cynwch.