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Name:Moel Lefn
Hill number:2024
Height:638m / 2093ft
Parent (Ma):1992  Moel Hebog
RHB Section:30B: Snowdonia
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Moel Hebog
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Glaslyn, Dwyfor, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge
(Tu,Sim,Hew,N,BL,Bg)
Grid ref:SH 55295 48554
Summit feature:rocky outcrop
Drop:62m
Col:576m  SH554481  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 115
(1:25k) OL17W 254
Observations:cairn no longer present (23/10/10); rocky outcrop on S top (SH 55307 48503) is lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 475 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
haylesb15/03/2020
From Beddgelert: Moel Hebog, Moel yr Ogof, and Moel Lefn. With Hiking Manchester, small group of 7, and a mild day for January.Lazylizzie25/01/2020
greenways07/09/2019
Mark65Evans20/08/2019
danpquinn17/08/2019
Nuttall Route 4.1JulieB15/08/2019
mike.gmh27/06/2019
nigelcmason25/06/2019
oldbagger2710/06/2019
ramblyandy18/05/2019
Sleepwa1ker12/05/2019
Moel Hebog, Moel yr Ogof and Moel Lefn descending through forest.noxibis19/04/2019
8.2 mile circular from middle of 3 roads in Cwm Pennant, followed fairly non-existent path through farmland to access land then ascended through Cwm Llefrith to col, very steep there and back onto Moel Hebog following trail by wall, afterwards followed nice trail over Moel Yr Ogof and Moel Lefn, rocky in places, descended to foot of Y Gyrn into the old mining area west then followed sketchy footpaths through Cwm Pennant back to car. Hot and sunny but quite hazy so could only just make out the outlines of Snowdon, Crib Goch, Cnicht and Moelwyn Mawr but couldn't see much further, a few people about. Earlier that day bagged Moel-Y-Gest in even hazier weather.DanTrig17/04/2019
With Jenx and Bryher up from free parking by railway nr Haffodd Ruffyd Isaf. Used tracks to Lynn Llewellyn then out the back up burn line to ridge. After. Tumping on Y Gyrn then continued to Moel Lefn then Moel yr Ogof. Final Tump of Castell on way back to the Llyn and van.nordicstar09/04/2019
Good steep ascent from north then on to Hump.jenx09/04/2019
andrew brown06/04/2019
Route: Rhyd Ddu Bwlch-y-Ddwy-elor Bwlch Cwm-trwsgl Craig Cwm-trwsgl Bwlch Sais Moel Lefn Moel yr Ogof Bwlch Meillionen Cwm Meillionen Rhyd Ddu. Stats: 5hrs29, 15.73km, 828.2m ascent. Weather: cold with hail & snow. Notes: nice scramble on ascent of Moel Lefn if path is ignored.millionmts02/04/2019
Beddgelert Hill Day in the Snow!Tarkus30/01/2019
Moel Hebog walkjmistry8613/12/2018
With Tony. Beddgelert - traverse of Moel Hebog, Moel yr Ogof and Moel Lefn descending through forest.zoob20/10/2018
Miflij16/10/2018
Marksalop16/09/2018
Start from Beddgelert to Moel-Yr-Ogof to Moel Lefn return to Beddgelert, 14.8 miles.stephenbuda16/05/2018
Final top of three, on good hill path from Moel yr OgofButeobuteo12/05/2018
Nuttall walk 4.1Dan Baddeley06/05/2018
solitaryfellwanderer06/05/2018
davechick01/04/2018
greenandblue24/03/2018
Bahan15/03/2018
Kendall06/01/2018
Curlywurly11/11/2017
From Beddgelert. Moel Hebog, Moel yr Ogof and Moel Lefn. Wet and windy but another 3 Nuttalls bagged!!Alunrees3306/11/2017
tommo16/09/2017
dickiewren27/08/2017
From Beddgelert.THE WORM01/08/2017
Climbed Moel Hebog from Beddgelert via footpath. Continued to Moel yr Ogof and Moel Lefn. Return via Castell (difficult terrain), forest paths and Rhyd-ddu bridleway. Fine craggy peaks and viewpoints. Walked solo. Saw hardly anyone all day. Mostly fine weather but windy on the summits and some patchy mist on Moel Hebog. Time 5.5 hours.jamessteel10029/07/2017
638mThe Grouse10/07/2017
GutoEvens17/06/2017
interloper07/06/2017
andy6318/05/2017
Roxytammy12/05/2017
Fabioski07/05/2017
Moel Hebog Ridge (Moel Hebog, Moel yr Ogof & Moel Lefn) from Begggelert on a blue sky sunny day.knarf04/05/2017
Rob Pen y Garn10/04/2017
Route: Beddgelert to Hebog to Ogof to Lefn to Y Gyrn to Rhyd-Ddu. Party: Andrew La Niece, Benjamin Jennings, Cole Hine, Freddie Leslie, Sean Ashton, Tom Borrett Weather: Cloudy on top of mountains, very windy, no rain.Oliver_Storey03/04/2017
Route: Beddgelert Moel Hebog Moel yr Ogof Moel Lefn Y Gyrn Rhyd-Ddu. Approx. Stats: 5hr30, 10km, 1050m ascent. Weather: very windy but no rain. Notes: some scramble on Hebog ascent & some bog on descent; Y Gyrn horrible mountain (no path, concealed holes, gorse & heather etc.); where more than one potential summit (even if clear which is correct) all climbed.millionmts03/04/2017
From Moel yr Ogof. Resisted the temptation to carry on to Nantlle hills. On to Castell.Wycombe Wanderer02/04/2017
TimJenny05/02/2017
Dusty30/01/2017
Icarus2803/11/2016