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Name:Pen Llynnau Cregennen
Hill number:14638
Height:279m / 915ft
Parent (Ma):2137  Cadair Idris - Penygadair
RHB Section:30F: Dolgellau to Machynlleth
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:SH 66080 13990
Summit feature:grassy mound
Col:247m  SH663138  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 124
(1:25k) OL23W
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
17.4 miles, 2043ft walk.stephenbuda20/06/2019
With Bevsimon and co18/06/2019
Bunkhouse between Garn & Ffridd Gorllwyn - Ffridd Gorllwyn - Fegla Fawr - Craigymerwydd - Pen Llynnau Cregennen - Bryn y Gregennen - Craig-las - Craig-y-llyn - Braich Ddu - Bryngwyn - FairbourneMark Jackson18/04/2019
From NT car park by Llynnau Cregennen as part of circular walk taking in Bryn y Gregennen and lake.CreakingHiker28/09/2018
Hill no.4 on RHW's Welsh tump completion walk. RHW's last Welsh Tump - or was it his first?Gill18/02/2018
Hill #4 on the day & Welsh Mainland Tump #2270+ for RHW! A superb day, & Well done to RHW.DanMaisieBex18/02/2018
Delighted to be here to join RHW on his final Welsh Tump completion - a real achievement, the first person known to have done this. The 14 of us made the customary pole arch and enjoyed some cake and beverages and took photos. We were lucky with sunny, mild, dry weather- a good choice of route and last summit. Well done, Rob and thanks for the invitation. Grassy knoll, near carpark with straightforward ascent.Denise 18/02/2018
With RHW on his final mainland Welsh tump. Nice cake and whisky.andrew brown18/02/2018
Nice 4 hill circuit: my final Welsh mainland P30, with Gordon, Dave, Dan, Becky, Maisie, Nigel, Gill, Richard, Denise, Dusty, Alex, Tony, Myrddyn and Andrew - thanks all for company, unexpectly dry weather and a lovely setting. HP the westernmost of 2 mossy knolls.RHW18/02/2018
Congratulations to Rob for a massive achievement, to add to all his others. Big summit cairn of cake & whisky.ngthack18/02/2018
Rob's Welsh mainland Tump completion celebrated with chocolate cake and a bottle of Penderyn Whisky in fine weather and good company. A nice little grassy summit.RichardM18/02/2018
RHW's Welsh Mainland Tump completion.Dave Geere18/02/2018
easy pickings !johnowen07/07/2016
Very short walk from road.RobertP28/06/2015
Kings to Morfa Mawddach.Smudge22/03/2015
CUHWC TripAGWilliamson03/03/2013
With Bryn Brith and Pared y cefn hir.dicky24/02/2013
Tony J18/02/2018
Alex C04/09/2015