|Height:||191.4m / 628ft|
|RHB Section:||30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula|
|Catchment:||Minor Rivers only (South)|
|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|
|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|
|Change log:||show changes for this hill entry|
|GPS data:||show GPS entries for this hill|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 196 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From the chapel.||lenman||02/09/2019|
|From The Chapel. Little Loop 2m total. Good Clear views a bit windy on top.||Jephcote83||17/08/2019|
|From Aberdaron along road to path just after Pwildefaid, good obvious path to top, down South track to telephone box (would be a good parking spot for bag and go), back around paths and tracks to Aberdaron. In total took about 1hr 30 mins.||JulieB||14/08/2019|
|From SSE starting at chapel and ascending via Bod-Isaf.||Topographer57||04/08/2019|
|P near summit of Mynydd Mawr. Used coastal path. Visited Mynydd Anelog, then on return walk visited a little top at SH1440426120 (Llanllawen Fawr?- P20ish)& finally Mynydd Mawr. Quite a pleasant walk-good coastal scenery.||ger||16/07/2019|
|After returning from Bardsey. From the chapel.||NormanW||14/07/2019|
|Parked below Mynydd Mawr and ascended directly. Followed coast path to Mynydd Anelog and returned by the lane.||davidpettit84||08/12/2018|
|From chapel. Great little hill with great views.||Longwojo||18/10/2018|
|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.||trimarc2||09/10/2018|
|From the coast path.
Sunshine but very windy.||TeasyChris||06/10/2018|
|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.||Gill||09/03/2018|
|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 Shy||09/03/2018|
|From chapel parking to SSW, followed tracks and paths to summit.||rhalstead||24/12/2017|
|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.||JohnIvor||14/10/2017|
|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 Ted||07/10/2017|
|With K from Chapel to S. Nice hill||Ashley||25/07/2017|
|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_nest||19/07/2017|
|Easily up from chapel as others and path to summit above top craft cottage. In mist so no views.||Lionel Bidwell||15/07/2017|
|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.||webmaster||26/06/2017|
|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.||Minto||10/06/2017|
|With Trefor. climbed prior to a trip to Bardsea island. From chapel to SSE. Path to summit. Good weather and great views.||mike.hoult||06/04/2017|
|From parking at chapel to SSE, via the more western ROW. A lovely shortish walk with superb views.||Cas-gwent||16/03/2017|
|From parking area by chapel going out by the western path and returning by the eastern (west is best). Great views in all directions.||SS||08/01/2017|
|Circular from Aberdaron with David F.||Owen B||26/12/2016|
|#615 From the chapel/phone box in Ystolhelyg Bach||tim747||16/11/2016|