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Name:Furnace Wood
Hill number:14840
Height:70m / 230ft
Parent (Ma):2042  Mwdwl-eithin
RHB Section:30C: Llandudno to Wrexham
County/UA:Conwy (CoU)
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SH 79647 71874
Summit feature:no feature
Col:37m  SH795716  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 115
(1:25k) OL17E
Observations:summit in trees
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 12 users)ByDate of Ascent
Entered as NT members; adult fee for Bodnant Gardens is £14. Gardens were stunning in autumnal colours. Summit is underwhelming, unmarked in deciduous, pathless woodland.Denise 02/11/2019
Via the terraces, stream, colourful Acers and fine trees of the NT Bodnant Gardens. Easy access to scruffy woodland summit over low rope 'barrier'.RichardM02/11/2019
An impromptu bag on a full day exploring Bodnant gardens with Lesley. We climbed to the top of Furnace meadow and i just checked the internet on the off chance there was a tump nearby and lo and behold! Over the fence and following faint tracks to then step over fallen trees to reach an indistinct point in the woodland. I went further and then came back. A very hot day with high humidity. Stunning gardens. A satisfying bag!Dazingdale14/07/2019
Visiting Bodnant Gardens,through gate at top of the meadow stepped over rope and at the top about a minute later.Rob5018/04/2019
Parked on wide lane SH 7944 7184, gate almost opposite. Summit in open woodcarole engel19/11/2018
From lane to SW: gate, hedge-line then over fence into wood. Lot of undergrowth and ivy-covered fallen trees.Aye Jimmy18/07/2018
From Garden Centre CP. Over fence, along paths then up to top.chrisbien11/06/2017
From w. Nice deciduous woodland with privet understorey and colourful yellow Mahonia in flower.RHW19/02/2017
From lay by west of Ddol Hyfrydand generally northwards through Bodnant Gdns.jrj26/10/2016
From road to south west. Easy climb up to summit but impossible to determine highest point.JamesD197211/10/2016
Alex C08/05/2014