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Name:Moel Llanlleiana
Hill number:14843
Height:68.2m / 224ft
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 (0-99m)
Grid ref:SH 38341 94997
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:34.2m  SH 3874 9453  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 114
(1:25k) 262
Observations:high ground in gorse to W is just lower
Survey:Abney level/Trimble GeoXH 6000
Comments:Drop surveyed as 34.0 m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 42 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on pull-in on minor road (enough room for 2 - 3 cars) SH386 944. Circular route taking in Graig Wen, Dinas Gynfor and Moel Llanllegiana.David Evans24/08/2019
4th Tump of 9 today on a car excursion from Pentraeth with Lesley; climbing Maes Maethlu, Penbryreglwys and Mynydd Garn then over to the Castellor car park on the edge of Cemaes using the lane to the church before using the coastal path. I headed up to the gorse top first then the current summit. Descent back to the coastal path, continuing to Dinas Gynfor.....Dazingdale19/07/2019
P just W of RoW past Llanlleiana. To coast then W on path S of Wales Coastal Path. Back to SW of DG. Along path then up from SE.chrisbien30/06/2019
Parked in small layby / verge at SH 386 944. Nice coastal walk, taking in the other two peaks.DanMaisieBex13/04/2019
From car park in Cemaes Bay, via Llanbadrig church with Derryderrymark05/01/2019
From Llanbadrig church via coast pathCrib Goch08/07/2018
The first of three hills I walked up during my walk along the coastal path.Alancache26/04/2018
Lovely circular route, from Llanbadrig churchJamesD197223/06/2017
From 387 944 where there's passing for two cars just west of footpath north past the big white house, to the bay with interesting ruin before taking coastal path west then back tracking east to the Middle summit and then on to the highest of the three Craig Wen 91.3m with trig pillar S7297vegibagger13/06/2017
Missed out on this top when I first did this part of the coastal walk in July 2010 which was a good reason to do it again.David Gradwell03/06/2017
From the coastal pathbardolph28/05/2017
Short detour on Wales Coast Path, a lovely day and a stunning walk between Cemaes and Amlwch.thesweetcheat19/05/2017
Parked near the start of the footpath that skirts SW of Llanlleiana to Dinas Gynfor then onto tower then chimney and then Moel Llanlleiana with stunning views.Dugswell225/01/2017
First of three Tumpsjimbloomer09/01/2017
Rocky outcrop amongst fern, c 50 m from spectacular coastal path. Nearby Llanbadgrig church has 19 th C bright blue tiled moorish decor as local Baron married a Muslim Moor from Spain and converted to her religion.Denise 07/08/2016
If approaching from W follow coastal path until it passes through gate then follow ridge line to summit.RichardM07/08/2016
Second leg of the 125 mile coastal path. Considering the weather recently it was a great afternoon for the walk. Not too far today with L4 being 16 weeks pregnant.W111KYB06/12/2015
Fine coastal headland walk from car park at Ty'n-llan over this and 2 more tumps - Dinas Gynfor and Graig Wen (with it's adjacent trig pillar). Mrs G kindly picked me up at the far end.jonglew15/09/2015
Continuation of walk from Dinas Gynfor. Descended steeply down by coastal path to grassy bwlch, occupied by ruined factory. Then steeply uphill and along by coast path up to a stile west of the summit, diverting off path to climb easily up to summit from the west - no barbed wire fence to tackle by this route. Then followed coast path round to Llanbadrig Church and lanes back to car. A very fine coastal walk - one of the best on the island, so save for a good day!Man of Kernow113/06/2015
On very enjoyable circular walk along coastal path from Cemaes Bay-Moel Llanlleiana-Dinas Gynfor-Graig Wen.Walked with Bridget and Oscar(but not this top).catman12/06/2015
Delightful coastal walk, complete with 7 choughs. With Wendy.ijpowell11/06/2015
Small car park by old church North of Llanbadrig, walked along coastal path.Craig6712/02/2015
With Gwynfor via coast path from near Llanlleiana entrance with Adrian. Fine coast and interesting limekiln/workings between the twoRHW07/09/2014
Gorse, bracken hill by coast.Adrian07/08/2014
Involves leaving the coast path amd well defended by fences inland.Great views of power station.Martin R23/03/2014
Cemaes to Amlwch. Interesting section of coastline on a windy day.Smudge29/11/2013
Angklesey Coast Path - with GMJohnIvor05/05/2006
Andy West11/04/2019
carole engel03/12/2017
andrew brown02/04/2017
Alex C07/09/2014