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Name:Bryn Banog
Hill number:3352
Height:520m / 1706ft
Parent (Ma):1992  Moel Hebog
RHB Section:30B: Snowdonia
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Moel Hebog
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Glaslyn, Dwyfor, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
(Tu,5,Dew)
Grid ref:SH 57613 45727
Summit feature:outcrop
Drop:63m
Col:457m  SH574460  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 115
(1:25k) OL17W OL18W
Observations:this is the N top; the cairned S top 110m S at SH57589 45619 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 70 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Between Marilyns.Topographer5702/08/2019
Direct up grassy Eastern slopestrimarc207/10/2018
From NT car park at Aberglaslyn. Bryn Banog, Fridd Bach and Moel Ddu. Miserable day, wet and no views.Alunrees3323/07/2018
Start from Beddgelert.stephenbuda13/05/2018
Me and Alf straight up S.W.from Nantmor.jrj19/04/2018
Pont Aberglaslyn - Bryn Banog - Moel-ddu - Pont Aberglaslyn - Moel y Dyniewyd - Pont Aberglaslyndavidpettit8429/12/2017
Boggy cloudy walk (with Arlo)wychwood03/08/2017
Walked up from the reservoir past Tal y Llyn ruin and the ruined workers village, then through the quarry and up the steep wall to the top.Neolith16/07/2017
Parked near Aberglasyn Hall, up through their wood. On my own, but part of BHMC hut weekend. Sunny but cool breezealwaysinshorts22/04/2017
Parked at the NT car park at 597462 – Up indistinct RoW as far as stile at 583455 – Didn’t cross, but left RoW & went through gap in adjoining wall & made way up hillside to RoW/ATV track which passes through gate at 579453 and continues up to col – Up ridge to cairned S. Top & then across to unmarked summit. (S)gerrybowes06/04/2017
Doubley memorable hill. My 100th Welsh Dewey and Topo region S01 Tump completion top.Alex C16/10/2015
From Cwm Ystradllyn.mad max12/09/2014
From Ffridd Bach, obvious route.JohnStoneham18/06/2014
Start ~ 597462, car park. Took the RoW. path up through the forest behind the adventure centre at Aberglaslyn Hall, and out onto the very boggy hillside. A faint path leads up to the col, had to climb the barbed wired stone wall to reach the south ridge. Great views of the sea one way and mountains the other from the summit. With Wombourne & Ron.steve hudson08/10/2013
Parked on NT car park at GR 597462. Walked at rear of adventure centre at Aberglaslyn Hall up through forest and out onto a very boggy open hillside. An indistinct path leads up to a col where we had to climb a barbed wire topped wall then climbed steeply up the S ridge to summit. Excellent views out to sea and surrounding mountains.wombourne08/10/2013
climbed from south face a steep little climbAristotle Chip18/05/2013
Did both tops then on to Moel Ddu.clivevilla27/04/2013
Parked at Tyddyn-mawr and took track towards old workings. Climbed west ridge to summit.chriswatson13/03/2013
W Jenx from Beddgelert, following old miners track to col between Moel-ddu and Moel Hebog. Wet ground, only faint track, misty weather. Long approach to Ddu, b4 back to col and over Banog en route to Hebog.nordicstar10/03/2012
a satisfying circuit from beddgellert, taking in 3 hewitts. the descent off hebog to cwm cyd was pretty damn steep, but its a wonderfully wild spot.stig_nest07/08/2011
Circular taking in Moel-ddu, Bryn Banog, Moel Hebog,Moel yr Ogof and Moel Lefn.Flipperfeet24/01/2011
Moel Hebog circular with Ian, Bren and randome spanieljim_aramis24/01/2011
From Moel-Ddu. Bit of a path between them. There is a small cairn at the top. Bits and pieces beyond look higher but as ever are not.destaylor04/09/2009
as part of a quiet fround from the reservoir - you won't meet many people here - actual top is north of the cairned top where the ring contour lies on the mapgigglejon31/03/2008
Bagged en route to Moel Hebog after Moel-ddu. With JMcK.Man of Kernow106/10/2002
RHW27/03/1999
Day after working at Cobden's on JG pre-exp weekend with Simon, Pauline & Arnie (dog) & Lesley arrived in evening. Picked up my car after exhaust fixed in Bangor then a lovely walk up two quiet hills behind Tremadog through slate quarries into windy cloudChris Pearson14/03/1999
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