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Name:Cerrig-y-myllt
Hill number:14370
Height:463m / 1519ft
Section:30B: Snowdonia
Classification:Tu,4
Drop:84m
Col:379m  SH637469  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
885309/07/2015SH 63055 47017  F: Cairn. Second summit 70m to N may be as high (see below)
O: The summit in 460m contour ring 70m N at SH 63104 47092 measured 469m by Gps but looked as high or even higher than the cairned top. (feature: prominent rock outcrop) The summit in the third (far N) contour ring was obviously lower.
Mick Moore
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885409/07/2015SH 63104 47092  F: outcrop
O: Cairn SH 63055 47017 may be as high
Mick Moore
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GJ



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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
1/7 (Cerrig-y-Myllt/Cerrig-y-Myllt East Top/Cnicht/Cnicht North Top/Ysgafell Wen/Ysgafell North Top/Ysdgafell Wen Far North Top)Fergalh15/06/2019
Me and Alf from footpath to the East.jrj12/02/2018
From Coed CaeddafyddJamesD197231/05/2017
SH63101 47091Anton12/07/2013
excellent rocky peak (approach from N is dire, deep heather). nantmor car park - dyniewyd - cnicht RHW06/02/1999
Exact date unknown but in the years 1986-1990 i used these hills to train junior soldiers in navigation when i worked full time at hafodgwenllian outdoor centre.thenomad14/04/1987
andrew brown30/11/2019
Dusty12/10/2018
willias30/09/2018
TK07/01/2018
tgboosh02/02/2017
Alex C29/07/2016
Cas1123527/03/2016
MM09/07/2015
dadofmorph04/06/2015
robmurray29/05/2013
andrew.allum01/01/2000
OLIVERS01/01/1999
IainT18/03/1977