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Name:Mynydd Anelog
Hill number:1960
Height:191.4m / 628ft
RHB Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Watershed:Cardigan Bay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:SH 15198 27222
Summit feature:rock 5m E of small cairn
Col:40.4m  SH 1733 2893  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 123
(1:25k) 253
Observations:this rock is 2cm higher than base of cairn
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
Survey of Mynydd Anelog (Final Rev1).pdf
Comments:Promoted to Marilyn status July 2013
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 181 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked below Mynydd Mawr and ascended directly. Followed coast path to Mynydd Anelog and returned by the lane.davidpettit8408/12/2018
From chapel. Great little hill with great views.Longwojo18/10/2018
Bus to Aberdaron. Walked lanes to Anelog and the coast path southeast. Straightforward and a great view down towards Bardsey Island and in every other direction.trimarc209/10/2018
From the coast path. Sunshine but very windy.TeasyChris06/10/2018
A splendid walk with Twice Shy (Alex) from the chapel. Up via the Pwlldefaid path to the east (one short boggy section) and then the cottages below the hill. Nice grassy path to the top, and lovely views. Back via the western path and track.Gill09/03/2018
Feel more at ease with this hill now, after the revisit, because the first time I was up here was before I'd started bagging. Stunning views eastwards right back to high snow covered Snowdonian peaks. And, of course, Ynys Enlli, which we'd only just returned from. Very memorable morning indeed.Twice Shy09/03/2018
From chapel parking to SSW, followed tracks and paths to summit.rhalstead24/12/2017
Pleasant circular walk on well marked paths from Uwchmynydd chapel on a very windy day - great viewpoint though the day wasn't clear. Promoted Marilyn not in my original list.JohnIvor14/10/2017
This was to be a great day Marilyn bagging on the Lleyn in calm weather conditions while my friends got wet walking near Tryfan. I parked near the chapel and had an easy walk up from there. I met another Marilyn bagger from Scotland at the top and had a nice chat on the way back down.Father Ted07/10/2017
With K from Chapel to S. Nice hillAshley25/07/2017
A few more days off work so I reasoned it was time to tidy up my North Wales Marilyns. The expected rough weather scuppered any chance of boating to Bardsey but I decided to visit the missing Lleyn tops anyway. First up turned out to Myn. Anelog. This because when I arrived in Porthmadog a biblical style thunderstorm rolled in. The weather had cleared by the time I got to Aberdaron but the tops were still in mist. Easy climb from the Uchmynydd chapel. Limited views when the mist parted.stig_nest19/07/2017
Easily up from chapel as others and path to summit above top craft cottage. In mist so no views.Lionel Bidwell15/07/2017
Space for several cars near chapel at SH155263 (note that there is another chapel shortly before you get to it). Went up via the track which starts just W of the chapel and heads NW. Circuit via the coastal path and coves on the way back.webmaster26/06/2017
From the church, up the lane to it's left, then gated track to self-catering cottage. More gates and paths to open hillside and straight up ridge behind another cottage. Saw nowt due to low cloud.Minto10/06/2017
With Trefor. climbed prior to a trip to Bardsea island. From chapel to SSE. Path to summit. Good weather and great views.mike.hoult06/04/2017
From parking at chapel to SSE, via the more western ROW. A lovely shortish walk with superb views.Cas-gwent16/03/2017
From parking area by chapel going out by the western path and returning by the eastern (west is best). Great views in all directions.SS08/01/2017
Circular from Aberdaron with David F.Owen B26/12/2016
#615 From the chapel/phone box in Ystolhelyg Bachtim74716/11/2016
Circular from Aberdaron via coastal path and then footpaths and lanes to foot of hill.benalder28419/10/2016
Parking for a few cars to side of the privately owned chapel in Ystolhelyg Bach. RoW then out onto open access Nat Trust land with clear tracks through low gorse to top. Fine hill, fine views.jonglew21/08/2016
Walked along coastal path from Mynydd Mawr. Narrow path through gorse from coastal path to W. Then down SE ridge to road. With Matt, Christopher, Phil & Alex. Matt says 'Recommend. Good view of sea.'Mark Jackson19/08/2016
Roadside parking at Ystolhelyg Bach and ascended on PRoW via Pwlldefaid. Descent via the PRoW to the west, which was the better route of the two used (via SH 15323 26710).G4OBK (Phil)19/08/2016
1/11 Lleyn Bagging day First of eleven (Mynydd Anelog/Mynydd Rihw/Mynydd Cilian/Carneddol/Carn Fadryn/Garn Boduan/Carre Glefain/Yr Eifl North Top/Yr Eifl/Tre'r Ceiri/Mynydd Carnguwch)Fergalh21/05/2016
Parked at chapel in Uwchmynydd, along the lane then path as described by other contributors.Rob5027/04/2016
Parking area by phone box and chapel in Ystolhelyg Bach. Well marked f/p towards Pwlldefaid, then below summit area ascending to the right of two hillside houses. What appears to be heather from a distance is actually short dense gorse, but a way through develops. Last Welsh and English Marilyn.Aye Jimmy17/04/2016
Do not park north on strip of land north of Pwlldefaid farm, as a quagmire. Had to get local farmer to tow me out. Not the easiest task first thing on New Year's Day. Thanks Tomas. Once out and safely parked further along road walked up to summit and enjoyed the views of Bardsea Island. Never visited these peaks before enjoyed all six of marilyns done today. Company: Soloiandesbottes01/01/2016
Late afternoon in December after working in area-in mist with no views. Took track from chapel and fairly easy to make out path to summit although it involved some doubling back by isolated cottages. Will have return on a clear dayMark Sims16/12/2015
Solo. Parked near old chapel at Uwchmynydd. Path NE and then N. Cairn on summit but highest point a few m east. Returned on path and then track to the west of ascent route.pwbellarby25/07/2015
Track (ROW) from church/phone box (parking). Past grumpy (I don't speak English) farmer, quite unpleasant, and onto top. Sunny and warm.iangalbraith08/07/2015
With Jenx. From Aberdaron walking the coastal path around headland to Anelog. Easy cut up from western side. Down the eastern flank to road and a dip in the seaon a hot June day.nordicstar30/06/2015
From S at chapel - lovely hill and excellent viewsThearlaichdubh21/06/2015
Just enough space to park at start of the footpath to the east. Climbed up paths with K, Megs and Xan for a summit picnic before heading off to the beach at Porth Oer where they were filming the opening scenes of The Last Kingdom. Stunning views.Herbert Anchovy09/04/2015
Parked by the chapel in Uwchmynydd Followed waymarked path to lower cottage Good path through heather & gorse to summit. (Solo)gerrybowes22/08/2014
Parked at the chapel and headed up the very clear path to the summit. Great views.bolton10/08/2014
Circular walk from Aberdaron and on to Mynydd Mawr on grand warm day.With Bridget and Oscarcatman23/06/2014
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge23/06/2014
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie23/06/2014
a quick diversion from the coastal path.bardolph20/04/2014
With Richard, Jenny and Sue.Phreerunner16/11/2013
Plenty of parking SH556264. Followed footpaths to open land & up to summit. Good views. Didn't wear gaiters big mistake a lot of short gorse!rogreeves23/10/2013
Parked by the chapel on the northern side of the lane in Ystolhelyg Bach - plenty of parking space. Took lane then RoW up NNW past cottage and out onto open access land, and so up to summit. Returned the same way. Drenching hailstorm for most of the way. With Andy and James T.marktrengove19/10/2013
This hill promoted in July and missed by Kate and I then. Drove from home, left car at 164268 (12:40) and walked along road, up past farm and then hillside to top. Hazy but fair views. Back via NW end of ridge & back to farm; finish 13:50dbb06/10/2013
A 55 min return walk from Umchmynydd chapel. Delightful summit, easy paths through colourful heath, gorse. Brilliant colour in the late afternoon sunshine to round off a great day- we'd been on Bardsey earlier. The views showed what beautiful unspoilt countryside the Lleyn peninsula has,not a windfarm in sight.Special thanks to SOTA bagger Mick Coad, who informed me of Mynydd Analog's promotion BEFORE I went on holiday in Caernarfon with my brother Pete. Pete was especially grateful, closing in on all the Welsh Marilyns with Bardsey visited today.pwheeler18/09/2013
slightly misted, fascinating metal animal sculptures adorning the gate and approaches to the house just below its east side. Also, being day of the full moon, my bag was followed by mad dash across the Pennines to join 'Encircling the Land with Sacred dance' circle dancing in Leo, that evening, held for first time in Selby Abbey!! Two bits of madness in one day!!vegibagger21/08/2013