Name:Coed Dolwyd
Hill number:14795
Height:134m / 440ft
Section:30C: Llandudno to Wrexham
Col:99m  SH812767  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1762719/02/2017SH 81153 77048  F: Deciduous woodland
O: This is SW summit. Gorsy NE summit could be as high or higher. Sorry no hand level with me.
1762819/02/2017SH 81254 77147  F: Gorse at edge of shallow depression
O: This is NE summit. I felt this is higher than woodland summit but sadly no hand level with me. Both are contenders.
2399701/07/2018SH 81153 77054  F: Flattish ground in overgrown woodland near twin trees.
O: NE summit is a gorsy knoll at SH 81258 77155.
Aye Jimmy

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Local parking very difficult - only spot alongside Ty Newydd - SH 8123 7668. Asked permission to walk to top at Cilglassyn - readily given as long as there and straight back and close all gates - no problem, thanks.carole engel19/11/2018
Parked to ENE at SH 8158.7723. Over fence next to enormous tree into field, steeply up to first knoll with gorse. Down, across and up overgrown woodland to other summit. Reading taken near twin trees.Aye Jimmy01/07/2018
From E. NE summit, gorsy grass at edge of shallow depression, could be higher than SE summit in nice oakwood. My final Conway tump - pleasant spot to complete, on a springlike Feb SundayRHW19/02/2017
From road south eastJamesD197213/10/2016
Park on minor road - a pull in on left just after footpath sign. Lovely views from top.jrj13/10/2016
An obscure one, which im not sure if i got to the correct summit of. rather overgrown so best done in winter! on the way up a very splendid view of the Carneddau though. will probably have to return.. in winter, for snowy Carneddau.mattcymru08/06/2015
andrew brown07/08/2017
Alex C21/06/2013