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Name:Yr Eifl North Top [Pen Bwlch yr Eifl]
Hill number:7497
Height:444m / 1457ft
Parent (Ma):1951  Yr Eifl
RHB Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Subhump, Clem
(Tu,4,sHu,Cm)
Grid ref:SH 36098 45729
Summit feature:large cairn
Drop:96m
Col:348m  SH361453  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 123
(1:25k) 254
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 100 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
GaryJones19/03/2020
Smog18/01/2020
Rob5003/01/2020
PeteN22/12/2019
From large CP to the SW, using the coastal path. Visited YR Eifl first (summit in hill fog) & then on to the superb N top (summit clear - good views). Popular hills.ger17/07/2019
Andy West25/06/2019
flakeyw25/05/2019
Social run doing the Tri Chopa route in reverse. Up the steps then a rocky path to the summit.Claireb 09/04/2019
S4m49809/04/2019
another cloudy daydeb.thompson02/03/2019
With Mountain Coach. Very Windy, Wet Hailstones. No View :(Tracey17302/03/2019
CMC walk with Arwelgreenways01/12/2018
Parked N of Llithfaen at 35313 44001, up the Wales Coastal Path then left at the brow and left up the steps at the side of the incline. At the top go left around the mast fence and a rocky path goes up to the top. The stones were quite slippery today with low cloud and strong winds.clivevilla14/11/2018
From car park North of Llithfaen via col. Superb.trimarc210/10/2018
With Calebsimon and co06/05/2018
trianglegirl28/04/2018
greenandblue28/04/2018
Second ascent, this time via the old quarry with an interesting walk/ scramble through the impressive granite levels. Huge cairn on top, itself on a jumble of stones, worthy indeed of quarry men. Superbly set off against a blue sky streaked with cirrus. Descent via quarryman's path to aerial and then down aerial steps to col.Denise 09/04/2018
A very fine ascent from Trefor initially up the old incline to the citidal like quarry buildings. Then the tiers of old workings before scrambling W to gain the heather/rock N ridge to the summit cairn.RichardM09/04/2018
andrew brown17/02/2018
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
Sleepwa1ker06/01/2018
Revisit with Peterborough MC friend Pawel, on a day when bigger hills rained off, round of the 3 Rivals from car park to SWRHW17/12/2017
With Trefor From car park North of Llithfaen. Track to aerial then steps to compound. made path goes up from west side of compound. Good weather and great views.mike.hoult07/04/2017
With Peter and Gemma - steep scrambly slopes round Trwyn y Gorlech, nasty gorse coming upslope. Good viewpoint!nix_snilloc19/10/2016
Traverse from B4417-Tre'r Ceiri (outstanding hill fort)-Yr Eifl- Treforbenalder28417/10/2016
PeteF25/09/2016
AlanD17/09/2016
From car park. Excellent track to Bwlch yr Eifl. Up steps to comms compound then a clear path to top. High winds making the final section hazardous. Large cairn at top. On to Yr Eifl and Tre'r Ceiri for a short circular(ish) walk.jonglew20/08/2016
Fine rocky peak despite extensive quarrying on eastern flank. Climbed from Trefor via Bwlch yr Eifl track and returned same route early in morning. Climbed with Labrador. Cloudy but good views of North Lleyn coast, Anglesey and Snowdonia. Warning ... Cairn on summit seems rather precarious and unstable!jamessteel10001/08/2016
jnixon02/06/2016
melly102/06/2016
Robert Kemp27/05/2016
8/11 Lleyn Bagging day Eight 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
holyheadrambler14/05/2016
From private housing estate road at top south end of Trefor. Up steep lane and into walled track onto open hillside. Steep but straightforward up the east side of old quarry and aimed for radio mast, accessed by excellent staircase! Up final steep stretch from the south side over some slippery rocks. Spectacular summit.Campbell Singer22/01/2016
Alan Whatley22/01/2016
Up from Trefor harbour car park and around a bit of coast to the bwlch before heading up to this one. Made use of the steps to the mast before skirting the compound to the left and there is a distinct path through the bolders up to the top. Very windy on this one.Father Ted10/10/2015
With Hobbs family on birthday: car park at SH353440 - Bwlch yr Eifl - Yr Eifl N Top - Yr Eifl - Tre'r Ceiri - past Caergribin and back. Great walk and sea views. Interesting climb from bwlch - use metalled steps to hut, then little path round crags to top.Mark Jackson26/08/2015
MM15/08/2015
KM15/08/2015
willias12/08/2015
Easy walk up to mast (with concrete steps), quite tricky scramble up rocks and boulders to very tall cairn. Back over deep heather and boulder field to upward path.arranc08/08/2015
444mThe Grouse18/07/2015
nicolajane23/09/2014
Solo after Yr Eifl. Headed back to Mount Pleasant.bolton09/08/2014
OLIVERS26/04/2014
jim pererin08/04/2014
mattydiver01/01/2014
maknipe09/10/2013