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Name:Mynydd Dir
Hill number:14584
Height:314m / 1030ft
Parent (Ma):2042  Mwdwl-eithin
RHB Section:30C: Llandudno to Wrexham
County/UA:Conwy (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SH 91597 71238
Summit feature:outcrop by foundations of former pylon
Col:280m  SH913715  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 116
(1:25k) 264N
Observations:ground 160m NW at SH 91481 71355 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
2nd attempt from Llanfair Talhaearn. From road , steep at start, found way through crops to top! amazing views, whole Snowdonia range from Siabod , Snowdon to Tal y Fan, Denbigh Moors, Clwydians, Arenigs, Irish Sea,and all the lovely hills south of Abergelemattcymru14/04/2020
1st Attempt- up from Betws yn Rhos then down horse track. Started to go towards summit but crops- dad decided best not to go through them. Will attempt from Llanfair side soon!!mattcymru09/04/2020
Solo plod via a bridleway from the east. easyShutterlag30/05/2019
Parked track junction SH 9057 7184. BW to open access land. Feint trod/path thru' bracken at SH 91454 71515 leads to alternative summit at SH 91477 71342 avoiding any serious gorse. GPS suggests lower than official summit at SH 91597 71235carole engel18/11/2018
From the E, tracks to Ty'n y-ffrith then lane behind house to pastures. Cross these and up to stile, over this then R for short way. Rocky ridge on L leads to top.Aye Jimmy29/06/2018
From footpath EJamesD197219/06/2018
Parked in the community hall car park in Betws-yn-Rhos (SH 90566 73610) and took the lane south steeply to the start of the byway to Bryn-ffynon. Continued past the farmhouse south to a track junction, over a stile and then a bracken-thrash (relieved by sheep tracks) up to the NW top and then the summit. On return took bridleway NW to the lane, following it south to rejoin my outward route. Solo nordic walk.Man of Kernow130/07/2017
Bridleway to open access land and find a way through the gorse.jrj17/10/2016
Managed to turn round and park at the road end to the N. Expected the worst but the gorse and bracken had been mostly mowed.GordonAdshead28/10/2015
From WNW. Odd encounter at start with old chap whose 2 dogs did their best to warn me off the right of way. Odd and unwelcome. Gone when I got back to car.RHW12/07/2014
Pete R21/02/2014
Alex C17/12/2013