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Name:Foel Lus
Hill number:14508
Height:360m / 1181ft
Parent (Ma):2031  Tal y Fan
RHB Section:30B: Snowdonia
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Carneddau
County/UA:Conwy (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SH 73241 76186
Summit feature:rocky/grassy ground crossed by path ESE of wind shelter
Col:302m  SH733757  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 115
(1:25k) OL17E
Observations:outcrop just NE of cairn is c.0.1m lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 52 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Pen y Cydgoed, Foel Lwyd, Tal y Fan, Foel Luskeithouk05/01/2020
large windshelter, superb viewsDenise 03/11/2019
Wide track up the heathery gentle angled SSE shoulder. Lunch in the large stone wind shelter at summit.RichardM03/11/2019
4th tump of 4 on a round with Adrian from Penmaenmawr, climbing Penmaen Mawr, Clip Yr Orsedd, Foel Hafodwen, descent to wall then on track to col and continuation track to the Cairn and summit. We walked to the lower cairn with better views to the East before taking a small sheep trod and steep descent to the road, following this into Penmaenmawr and a public footpath to get back to Adrian's car. Off to Bodlondeb Hill before my train journey home.Dazingdale07/04/2019
Enjoyable scenic circular trip from Capelulo on sunny blustery day.With Catman,Oscar and Lily(reluctantly uphill,but loving the downhill).rosiebridge24/03/2019
With Bridget,Lily and Catman.oscarrosie24/03/2019
With Grandma,Oscar and Ali.lilyrosieives24/03/2019
With Lily,Bridget and Oscar.catman24/03/2019
Conwy Tumps from near Conwy Marina taking in Mynydd y Dref (Conwy Mountain, Penmaen-bach, Allt Wen and Cogwrn. In the afternoon ascended Foel Lus and Moel Hafodwen.knarf21/03/2019
From Sychnant car park at 1330 via Fairy Glen. Return by 1630. With Vikki and Mitch. Very hot and sunny.Nancy Blackett08/07/2018
From the end of Mountain Lane at SH 73037 75991. Took the panorama path round the north side of the hill, then a narrow path up to join the east path up to the summit. With AT, JT and HT. Onwards to Craig Hafodwen.Man of Kernow130/06/2018
Start from Three streams car park in Llanfairfechan, via Foel Lwyd and Tal y Fanderrymark12/02/2018
From Mountain Lane which you get to from Penmeanmawr -you can drive up to obvious twin pillars where there is parking. Getting dark on top and great views in all directions form above sea.Mark Sims30/11/2017
From Penmaenmawr via Mountain Lane. Brilliant airy top and dramatic sea views. Really does justify visiting these less well known hills. Headed on to Cogwrn and the Sychnant Pass hills via Maen Esgob.Jake99423/10/2017
Began at Tyddyn Du caravan site (recommended,)and went up from the eastern side to the top and back down the gentler track to Penmaenmawr.sooztops14/08/2016
From top of mountain laneJamesD197230/05/2016
From Abergwyngregyn to Conwy. Pen Y Cydgoed, Clip Yr Orsedd, Moel Hafodwen, Foel Luis, Cogwrn, Bryn Mawr, Penmaenbach, Conwy Mountain and Bodlondeb woods. Great weather, great day!!AlunRees3124/05/2016
Me Ceri Kieran and Jacob.jrj03/05/2016
362mThe Grouse11/04/2016
From Llanfairfechan rail station to Conwy station visiting, in order: Clip y Orsedd; Moel Hafodwen; Foel Lus; Alltwen; Penmaen-bach; Mynydd y Dref [Conwy Mountain].summitsup10/09/2015
Car left at western car park on Sychnant Pass, then took a high longer route to Moel Hafodwen then return over Foel Lus and down t Capelulo before climbing back up to the pass.Dugswell208/09/2015
Run from Conwyrichardsun25/01/2015
Climbed from Dwygyflchi via NNW ridge. Great views out to sea.Wheelsy24/08/2014
Bit of a slog up to North Wales path, visited the 435 metre top of Moelfre (fantastic viewpoint) then made my way up here (fantastic views again) went down a daft way through heather. This should have more logs its an amazing hill!mattcymru04/08/2014
From SW, Mountain Road. Lower cairn has OS trig (surface block) beside it. Then on to Hafodwen.RHW23/03/2014
From Penmaenmawrmad max21/09/2013
This is my first visit, which was rushed and not that enjoyablemattcymru07/07/2008
With KWJohnIvor03/01/2000
On an afternoon walk from Penmaenmawr, this prominent dome gave excellent views from its summit. Then Pete and I continued to Conwy via Conwy Mountain. Lovely walk.pwheeler18/02/1999
Richard Gunn30/09/2018
carole engel04/12/2017
andrew brown10/09/2016
Alex C15/11/2011