Name:Bryn Braich-y-saint
Hill number:14765
Height:176m / 577ft
Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
Col:123m  SH523415  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
729020/04/2015SH 51447 40524  F: Pasture
O: Big boulder at SH 51464 40518 lower
1422911/06/2016SH 51452 40520  F: None.Man of Kernow1

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
From road to S - a mud-fest through the farm and cattle pasture. Large boulder sits a few metres to W of rounded hill top, it looked to overtop it but difficult to say.jonglew09/10/2017
Solo walk: Craig-y-garn - Bryniau Ystumcegid - Bryn Braich-y-saint - Criccieth in unrelenting drizzle and sea-level cloud. Nice being able to get to the top on ROWs. Rather dominated by the pylons!Mark Jackson21/08/2016
Nordic walk out from Criccieth. Took lane north from town and track over golf course, then east on lane to Braich y saint. Then past farm and up to summit using track on west side of the hill. Then continued north to lane and south-west to rejoin my outward route. Solo.Man of Kernow111/06/2016
From SW, followed path through farmyard.Herbert Anchovy26/05/2015
As RHW, but wish I had not forgotten the three gates when I drove off W.GordonAdshead26/04/2015
From SW, summit close to RoW. Very large boulder (erratic?) just fails to overtop grassy summitRHW20/04/2015
andrew brown17/02/2018
Alex C09/09/2014