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Name:Moel Findeg
Hill number:14506
Height:364m / 1194ft
Parent (Ma):2040  Cyrn-y-Brain
RHB Section:30C: Llandudno to Wrexham
County/UA:Flintshire [Sir Fflint] (CoU)
Catchment:Dee (Flint)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SJ 20957 61186
Summit feature:knoll above limestone crag
Col:309m  SJ207606  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 117
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 40 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in Maeshavn. Excellent path up onto fine ridge with drop off at summit. Nice hill.Campbell Singer05/11/2019
parked to the WSW in Maeshafn village by telephone box SJ20200 60991.David Evans14/04/2019
carole engel22/11/2018
Nice summit - easy from Brangwyn Farm - little bit of parking tooMark Sims26/06/2018
Alan Caine16/06/2018
From lane to N at SJ 2103.6143; quick dash there and back, getting dark.Aye Jimmy19/11/2017
Easy access around the nature reserve, great views of the surrounding countryside from the summit, followed by a nice pint at the pub in Maeshafn.Sihuws09/08/2017
andrew brown04/01/2017
New Year's eve walk on a pleasant mild day. From Llanferres, Bryn Alyn, Nercwys mountain and Moel Findeg.Lazylizzie31/12/2016
Have walked up here a few times but have this date logged elsewhereBellebow19/11/2016
My final Flintshire P30. Circular walk from Gwernymynydd. Ascent from Maeshafn through nature reserve. An area saved from quarrying by local people. Great!Richard Gunn21/09/2016
At dawn from FP to west on edge of Maeshafntrimarc214/07/2016
Continuation of walk from Bryngwyn. Took bridleway south to Bryngwyn Farm, then RoW west to summit. Walk continued to Burley Hill. Solo.Man of Kernow126/03/2016
From the village.mad max25/02/2016
Wonderful shirt-sleeves weather.A much modified version of Simon and co's route(caused by hostile bullocks and totally inept map-reading by me)eventually led to two pleasant limestone hills-Bryn Alyn and Moel Findeg.With Oscar and Bridget.catman01/11/2015
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge01/11/2015
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie01/11/2015
Climbed from Maeshafn, a lovely hill with great views.Sprog12/09/2015
No problem from Bryngwyn Farm: Many 4wd tracks.GordonAdshead25/08/2015
Alex C08/11/2014
Nature reserve well served by paths. Parking at SW entrance but walked up from village post-Burley HillRHW12/07/2014
Pete R15/11/2004
Nige R20/06/2004
Gwernymynydd - Bryngwyn Farm - summit - Maeshafn - Aberduma Farm - Gwernymynydd. A fine rocky summit on a popular beauty spot with a good panorama. No access problems. With OJT, JTT and TST.Man of Kernow120/11/1998
With KWJohnIvor06/05/1996