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Name:Mynydd Llwydiarth
Hill number:14777
Height:158m / 518ft
Parent (Ma):1961  Mynydd Bodafon [Yr Arwydd]
RHB Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
County/UA:Anglesey [Sir Fon] (CoU)
Maritime area:North Wales - Anglesey
Class:Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:SH 54083 78684
Summit feature:vegetated mound
Col:99m  SH552793  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 114 115
(1:25k) 263N 263S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 37 users)ByDate of Ascent
Forest track to 'hidden' trig then a hackathon to the summit.curlebd18/10/2019
Up track from SW through pleasant forest to find ride leading to rightMark Sims30/07/2019
My 1st Anglesey tump. Before Lesley and i set out for Plas Newydd i drove up and parked beside an overgrown gate just west off the fp i used to enter the forest and then i veered off on a forest track meeting a guy with his dog en-route to reach a point just West of Trig. So started a wild adventure, up the bank to the Trig (still in good condition) continuing to the Lidar and another higher point further on. I pushed on with extreme difficulty eventually back on the path to explore the 150m knoll to the NE but it was about 5m lower. Back on the fp then a fp Sse to loop round back to the car from the East. Scratches all over. Back to pick up Lesley and onwards to Plas Newydd and Llanddwyn island...Dazingdale15/07/2019
Parked at beach car park. Up PRoW to edge of forest at SH 5044 7920. Followed path SE with dry stone wall to the R to fire break / track at SH 5428 7896. Follow fire break / track W then SW to SH 5385 7872, turn L ( E ) up a smaller fire break / track to top of ridge, trig above on the L. HP then another 100m ENE with rough path through the undergrowth.DanMaisieBex14/04/2019
David Gradwell gives excellent advice. I managed to get to the top of two possible's - but heavy going, even at this time of the year with brambles etc.David Evans07/04/2019
Part of an easy trail run from Pentraeth, includes Bwrt h ArtherShutterlag02/11/2017
Peaceful commercial forest trig. High point 100m eastvegibagger14/06/2017
Parked at track entrance as others at SH 53477 78297. Followed main track to side track at SH 53868 78726. Walked along this for c140m then climbed up into forest. Trig not easy to find due to vegetation and trees even though it's on a pronounced hump. From trig to 'summit' was a nightmare for me due to summer bracken, brambles and fallen trees. I reached a small mossy grassy mound and couldn't determine anything higher so called it a draw. On the way back to trig I got tangled in brambles and had to cut my way out with pruners and thick gardening gloves! I'd come armed!! Note: Lidar data as true summit at SH 54083 78684 which is mid way between trig and high point c90m ENE of trig .David Gradwell04/06/2017
Parked near the track into the forest then track to trig then off-piste through prickly scrub to Tump summit to complete the Anglesey Tumps.Dugswell226/01/2017
From SH 53462 78292 - forestry vehicle entrance but ok for parking at weekends. Clear wide vehicle track for most of the way, then into rough woodland - lot of brushwood, brambles etc - for trig initially then 100m further on for HP.jonglew19/04/2015
Parked on B5109 at start of path, the gate looks like it is not in use any more. Hard going off path with all the brambles and undergrowth.Craig6712/02/2015
head up from car park eventaully there is a tack to right off that a track to left than a uick hop up to the trig pillarFergalh15/10/2014
Found the TP ok. Brambles less evident in winter months.Martin R23/03/2014
Trig not HP, keep on and faint path goes to higher point to E.Adrian23/03/2014
Parked at the roadside at Gors. I recall that we never found the trig and got hideously tangled up battling vegetation in the woods. Nightmare of a hill!Jake99428/10/2004
unpleasant brambly pltn, TP not found, no view. park at gate 534783, folllow tk then search RHW10/02/2002
Date approximateJamesD197201/03/2000
Andy West10/04/2019
A Peckish29/10/2018
andrew brown02/04/2017
Robert Kemp24/05/2016
carole engel15/04/2014
Alex C29/04/2011
Tim B10/08/1977