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Hill number:14845
Height:64m / 210ft
Parent (Ma):1959  Holyhead Mountain
RHB Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
County/UA:Anglesey [Sir Fon] (CoU)
Island:Holy Island (Anglesey)
Maritime area:North Wales - Anglesey
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SH 26349 75310
Summit feature:windshelter 10m SSE of trig point
Col:2m  SH254792  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 114
(1:25k) 262
Observations:natural ground is 90cm higher than trig flush bracket
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 51 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Last tump of the day and completion of Holy Island. First a 3 tump circular with Lesley, climbing Tre-Wilmot followed by South Stack and Holyhead mountain. We parked up at the pub, had a drink then walked to Borth Wen where i left Lesley to continue on the coastal path to just past the Coastguard station and headed over on a path to the top. I walked all round the windshelter then returned to Borth Wen visiting a Cromlech just off the beach.Dazingdale16/07/2019
As Danchrisbien15/04/2019
Pleasant walk from the church to the N. OS pivot mark on a rock just to the N of the summit & trig. Great views, sea rough.DanMaisieBex14/04/2019
From Rhoscolyn beach CPCrib Goch09/07/2018
Very enjoyable 4 mile circular walk from Rhoscolyn beach car park on glorious sunny day.Back via splendid White Eagle hotel.With Bridget,Lily and Oscar.catman28/05/2018
With Grandma,Oscar and Ali.lilyrosieives28/05/2018
With Lily,Oscar and Catman.oscarrosie28/05/2018
With Lily,Bridget and Catman.rosiebridge28/05/2018
Walked up from track by church, initially to far and top looked surrounded by gorse. Back tracked and found little path through to the top. Very windyvegibagger11/06/2017
Archie Wilky's very first hill bag. Lovely sunny day and first summit for Archie aged 4.5 months. Must have worn him out as he had a sleep by the coastal station.W111KYB09/10/2016
Parked by church on a glorious day with the sea blue and the Snowdonia mountains glorious.clivevilla02/10/2016
Parked by church where we found a gravestone with our surname on. Did a circular walk starting North. Good views and coastguard station nearby. With A&C.PeterD11/09/2016
Bagging YSM113 Rhoscolyn and trigpoint. Drove past the church until the end of the road, then a lovely walk up to a stunning spot.thejackrustles04/08/2016
With HRC on coast path walk from Trearddur to Four Mile Bridge.JohnIvor24/07/2016
From large beach-side car park at Borthwen Bay. Visited volunteer manned coast watch post first for chat then up to top. Interestingly, coast watch chappie was sure his post was the HP - seemed disappointed when I had to let him down. Chuffed to watch Choughs on way up and again on the return leg. HP has a fancy stone-built shelter structure, with trig pillar a few metres N.jonglew18/09/2015
Walked up to the church, then the coastguard lookout and then the summit with Alex Cameron.Dugswell213/09/2015
Nice walk from church to NE. back 10amGordonAdshead13/09/2015
A brief visit by cycle while awaiting train home from Holyhead. Crafted stone shelter at high point. White horses galloping into Cymyran Bay on gusting SSW wind. Fine viewsRichardM05/05/2015
Done on a fine clockwise coast walk from the White Eagle pub - good food. Also visited St Gwenfaen's Well.Man of Kernow116/11/2014
Done from the White Eagle.Adrian02/11/2014
Parked by church in Rhoscolyn Llanwenfaen. Circular walk including St. Gwenfaen's Well. With Aiden, Kieran and Jacob.JamesD197230/05/2013
Bagged on fantastic coastal walk from large car park at Borthwen Bay at SH 27210 75176. Returned to car park via quiet minor roads starting at SH 26582 76757.David Gradwell25/05/2013
Many ascents as part of coastal runsShutterlagblank
Andy West09/07/2018
Martin R12/06/2017
andrew brown27/11/2016
Robert Kemp23/05/2016
carole engel16/04/2014
Alex C17/11/2011