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The Minffordd Path (Welsh: Llwybr Minffordd) starts on the southern side of the mountain near the glacial Tal-y-llyn Lake.Hikers using this ascent climb past Llyn Cau and along the rim of Craig Cau (rockwall) to Penygadair.That interpretation was followed by some later lexicographers, including Thomas Charles But as it represents the pronunciation in the local dialect, the spelling Cader Idris is often seen in Welsh and English, and in June 2016 Snowdonia National Park decided to adopt that spelling on its signage, despite advice from the Welsh Language Commissioner and from Park officers, who favoured 'Cadair'.The local dialect form is also seen in the name of the local secondary school, Ysgol y Gader.
These geologically important rocky outcrops are called roche moutonnée (English: sheep-like rock) and were formed from the abrasive action of the ice.
Idris is usually taken to be the name of a giant or, alternatively, it may refer to Idris ap Gwyddno (or Gweiddno), a 7th-century prince of Meirionnydd who won a battle against the Irish on the mountain.
The basic meaning of the word cadair (Middle Welsh/Early Modern Welsh kadeir or cadeir) is 'seat, chair' (borrowed from the Latin cathedra 'chair').
Its length from the mountain's base is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) with a 600 metres (2,000 ft) climb.
The Fox's Path (Welsh: Llwybr Madyn), This is the most direct way to the summit as the trail leads straight up the northern face.
There is also a low-standing stone shelter with a roof.