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Name:Mynydd Carnguwch
Hill number:5144
Height:357.6m / 1173ft
Parent (Ma):1951  Yr Eifl
RHB Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Clem
Grid ref:SH 37464 42924
Summit feature:rock rib in huge ancient cairn
Col:255.6m  SH368434  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 123
(1:25k) 253 254
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15/Trimble GeoXH 6000
Comments:Drop is measured as 102.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 64 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
P S of hill by cattle grid. Up by wall to top.chrisbien01/07/2019
From the right of way due east of the top. There was a fence to cross but it could be detached and re-attached where it went above a gate to allow access into the field with the trig point. The way northwest from the top to the gate at the road junction is barred by walls and fences.Alan Moore03/05/2019
large cairn/ tumulus within sheep pasture with extensive views. Rain threatens.As part of day's circuit- hill three.Denise 09/04/2018
From the W over access land with stone wall to cross just before summit tumulus / cairn. Extensive but murky views, rain on the way.RichardM09/04/2018
From Nant Gwrtheyrncar park. Yr Eifl North Top, Yr Eifl and Mynydd Carnguwch. Very cold and windy for the first walk of 2018!!Alunrees3309/01/2018
From cattle grid due S of top, plenty of parking. High winds and driving rain progressivley worsened as the top approached; cloud down to 250m. No views; not pleasant. Shame as it was a nice rocky top.jonglew10/09/2017
From the minor road junction to West, room for a car at roadside above a gate, which can be used cut across pasture field to gain the fence alongside access land and avoid the rough heather from the man road pull in which is not a good place to start from. Up and down w Bryher and Jenx on a fine day inside 30 mins, as described by othersnordicstar20/07/2017
Easy walking from the road junction to west.jenx20/07/2017
From south, follow lane to 376423 once over cattle grid plenty of space to park off road. Straight up basically following line of wall to top. No walls or fences to cross.Rob5028/04/2017
With K and M. Too hot for hills! Our only bag of the day. From W. Some walls/fences to wrangle.Ashley17/07/2016
11/11 Lleyn Bagging day Last of eleven (Mynydd Anelog/Mynydd Rihw/Mynydd Cilian/Carneddol/Carn Fadryn/Garn Boduan/Carre Glefain/Yr Eifl North Top/Yr Eifl/Tre'r Ceiri/Mynydd Carnguwch)Fergalh21/05/2016
Approached from road to W. One wall to clamber over.Adrian16/08/2015
Climbed from pull in at top of B4417 - up via Hafod and a direct return over the shoulder.Chris Peart19/01/2014
joint survey with MountainViews Galltywenallt01/09/2013
From SH 369 428.summitsup18/07/2013
Park at entrance to Hafod on 4417. Walk up over rough pasture and fallen walls. Could not find an easy way over the large cross stone wall - please replace any fallen stones.arranc31/05/2013
If setting out from Llanaelhaearn don't bother with the footpath via Gelliau. Lots of wonky tied gates, rough ground and a very overgrown stream to contend with. From Hafod the best way up is to follow the bridleway south until due east of the summit and then it is access land without any walls to get in your way.Alex C16/04/2013
From B4417 along with Yr Eifltim74709/03/2013
Nefyn to Llanaelhaearn. Old quarry gate just W of road summit provided access to the NW ridge fenceline. Descent beside ENE wall to track & back to road (getting dark).Smudge26/11/2011
From Llanaelhaearn en route to Yr Eifldavidpettit8419/06/2011
Parking space to the NNW, then follow fence to fence junction to avoid prickly vegetation. The follow fence line + over wall to fine large summit cairn with hollowed out centre.Dugswell205/03/2011
Climbed on a round of Yr Eifl from Llithfaen with Andy.marktrengove28/11/2010
Easy stroll over from the B 4417 once you've ploughed through a bit of heather. Tre'r Ceiri hillfort opposite much more impressive!!signyred07/06/2009
From SW. Heather for final few hundred metres to top. Wall with barbed wire on far side near the top - tricky. Large cairn with hollowed out centre at the top.destaylor28/05/2009
fairly ordinary (for Lleyn) summit & view. park 372436, follow grass & cross 1 wall to summit RHW10/02/2002
Mark Sims25/03/2015
Colin Crawford19/01/2014
Campbell Singer21/11/2013
Alan Whatley21/11/2013
carole engel14/09/2013
Edwin Gradwell24/07/2011