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Name:Trum y Ddysgl
Hill number:2004
Height:709m / 2326ft
RHB Section:30B: Snowdonia
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Moel Hebog
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Glaslyn, Llyfni, Catchment Boundaries
Watershed:Cardigan Bay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Buxton & Lewis, Bridge, Clem
Grid ref:SH 54487 51646
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:505m  SH531507  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 115
(1:25k) OL17W 254
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With Craig Cwm Silyn from Rhyd-ddu. Two showers and breezy but clear at top and some sunshine earlier on. Rounsfell12/10/2019
from mynydd dycunderhill25/08/2019
Round of Craig Cwm Silyn and Trim y Ddysgl from Cwm Pennant road end. South ridge via Obelisk, small notch and gendarme easily bypassed by path to the east. Views intermittent, cloud more persistent than expected. Down SE ridge to old slate quarries.Topographer5705/08/2019
Anti-clockwise Circuit of central part of Nantlle Ridge from Cwm Pennant with elizyanneGmacT25/07/2019
Zig zagged up the hill above copper mine museum. Followed path up until stile then followed path up hill to small summit. Headed back and examined copper mine workings. Interesting walk with different settings.elizyanne25/07/2019
Nantlle ridgesimonshrewsbury14/07/2019
WBMc coach meet traverse of Nantlle Ridge from Nebo to Rhydd-DduJtwoUD08/06/2019
A 13 mile walk using Nuttall's route the one change I would make is the return to Rhyd-Ddu from Craig Cwm Silyn its not good it looked better to return to Mynydd Tal-y mignedd and follow the ridge down to the deserted quarry.WAYNE ROWLETT01/06/2019
from Cwm Pennant, via Mynydd Drws y Coed. After, to Craig Cwm Silyn. Lovely day, even Snowdon was clear.IanHHill28/05/2019
Traverse from Rhyd DduN.Morters10/04/2019
Nantlle Ridge walk from Rhyd-Ddu. With Lancashire Walking Group. Beautiful clear April day. Left half the cars at Nebo.Lazylizzie06/04/2019
Route: Rhyd Ddu – Bwlch-y-Ddwy-elor – Trum y Ddysgl – Mrynydd Drws-y-coed – Y Garn – Rhyd Ddu. Stats: 4hrs23, 9.98km, 753.4m ascent. Weather: clear, but windy. Notes: very good views off the top; quite rapid descent.millionmts31/03/2019
Walked across the Nantlle ridge from East to West, blue skies and sunshine.noxibis24/02/2019
Part of Nantlle Ridge walk with SNpdhancock17/11/2018
CMC walkgreenways06/10/2018
Anti-clockwise circuit from layby on B4418 at Rhyd-Ddu. Y Garn-Mynydd Drws-y-coed-Trum y Ddysgl. Descended South East to pick up bridleway into Beddgeler forest back to the start. With Martin/Hugh/Michael & Malky.MorecambeMonkey01/09/2018
Start at Beddgelert to Trum Y Ddysgl, Mynydd Drws-Y-Coed, Y-Garn to Rhyd-Ddu back to Beddgelert, 16.2 miles.stephenbuda19/05/2018
Nuttall Walk 4.2tomd403/05/2018
The Nantlle Ridge from Rhyd-Ddu to near Maen-llwyd. With daughter, Katherine. Followed good path from SH566526 which goes steeply up to the summit of Y Garn. Good visibility here but mist came down for scramble up Mynydd Drws-y-coed. Compass in use for ascent of Trum y Ddysgl and on to Mynydd Tal-y-mignedd. The connecting col between these two hills has a level platform with very steep sides with a somewhat disconcerting dip half way along. It is easy enough to negotiate, though.pwbellarby11/04/2018
Route: Rhyd Ddu – Y Garn – Mynydd Drws-y-coed – Trum y Ddysgl – Mynydd Tal-y-mignedd – Craig Cwm Silyn – Garnedd-goch – road junction SE of Talysarn. Stats: 5hrs43, 13.7km, 1,067m ascent. Weather: initially cloudy at tops, but then clearing and becoming hot & sunny later. Notes: encountered llamas and peafowl on final descent.millionmts08/04/2018
from Rhyd Ddu station. Slippery going up so I wore in-step crampons coming down from the summit.M0YDH07/04/2018
Nantlle ridge circular from Rhyd-Ddu.Dan Baddeley30/09/2017
Nantlle Ridge from Rhudd Du.Alunrees3317/09/2017
3/8 (Y Garn/Mynydd Drws-y-Coed/Trum y Ddysgl/Mynydd Tal-y Mignedd/Craig Cwm Silyn/Garnedd-Goch/Mynydd Graig Goch/Pen Cwm Silyn)Fergalh29/07/2017
Y Garn, Mynydd Drws-y-coed, Trum y Ddysgl and Mynydd Tal-y-mignedd from Rhyd-Ddu.knarf03/06/2017
Nantlle Ridge walk from Rhydd Du to Nebo.wozzat06/05/2017
Third of the day in good weather- Started with Taxi from Nebo using Huw's Taxis (01286 676767) from the school to Rhyd-Ddu price now £20.garyhoney06/05/2017
Bob & DukeDukeNukem26/04/2017
709mThe Grouse21/04/2017
Route: Nantlle ridge starting and ending at Rhyd-Ddu Party: Andrew La Niece, Benjamin Jennings, Thomas Giles, James Wallace, Jamie Spillett. Weather: Clear day, very light breeze, no cloud, hot and sunnyOliver_Storey07/04/2017
From Mynydd Drws-y-Coed making most of the ridge. On to Mynydd Tal y mignedd.Wycombe Wanderer04/04/2017
From Rhyd DduThe Playful Pig08/10/2016
Nantlle Ridge from Rhyd DduIainPeeks08/10/2016
Solo after splitting with LWG and coninuing with the ridge on my owncolinfielding28/08/2016
As part of West to East traverse of the Nantlle Ridge with 13 year old son. Dropped off at around SH481518. Took us about 9 hours on a very warm but mainly cloudy day.clyoung18/08/2016
Excellent traverse of the whole Nantlle ridge from Y Garn to Mynydd Graig Goch (start at Rhyd-Ddu, end at Nebo). Climbed solo. Weather dry and mild. Drifting mist around summits, but cleared often enough for good views along ridge and to nearby mountains. Only saw 2 people all day (in Lake District would have been hundreds!). Scrambly bit on Mynydd Drws-y-Coed was a highlight but not difficult ... In fact whole ridge was interesting. Lovely views of Lleyn peninsula from the wierd rocky tors on the last summit of Mynydd Graig Goch. Total time 5.5 hours.jamessteel10004/08/2016
Solo. Excellent traverse of the Nantlle Ridge from Rhyd-Ddu, in and out of the mist with numerous Broken Spectres. Less good return to start dropping down to SE and back through Beddgelert Forest.amswanston18/07/2016
As part of a Nantlle Ridge traverse, from Y garn to Graig Goch, overnight camp under Moel Hebog. ML training.Matt Smith17/07/2016
Classic crossing of the Nantlle ridge w Jenx. More than 25 yrs in the offing. Just over 4 hrs, good lines. Finished down in Nebo. Taxi (01286 676767) from the school back to Rhyd-Ddu £15.nordicstar27/06/2016
A good day came along at last, and the ridge was just great. Worth the wait.jenx27/06/2016
Very misty & calm on the top, no views at all. The sheep seemed pleased to see us.DanMaisieBex11/06/2016
This was a walk of 2 halves for me. The ridge itself was, on a day like today with such good weather and visibility, is one of the best walks in Wales if not the whole country. The second half, getting back to the start, was not so good. Next time I think I'll walk through to Nebo or Pen-y-Groes and get a taxi back to Rhydd Ddu. Parked the car at Rhydd Ddu and up to Y Garn with incredible views of Anglesey (as far as Holyhead) and Snowdon and later the Llyn peninsula and then a modest scramble up to Mynydd Drws-y-coed and then an easy walk to Trum y Ddysgl and Mynydd Tal-y-mignedd and then a bit more strenuous walk to Craig Cwm Silyn with its strange rectangular stone structures and an easy walk to Garnedd Goch followed by a steepish descent to Mynydd Graig Goch which is worth “going the extra mile” as it has an interesting rocky summit. The whole walk was a really excellent ridge walk. Then came the return home. Tried to get to the public footpath at GR508 482 but there was no eatsharp01/06/2016
From bend in B4418 at SH566526: Y Garn - Mynydd Drws-y-coed - Trum y Ddysgl - Mynydd Tal-y-mignedd - Craig Cwm Silyn.Tony J28/05/2016
Mega day on the Nantlle ridge- a fantastic route. Started from Rhyd Ddu, traversed Y Garn, Mynydd Drws-y-coed, Trum y Ddysgl, Mynydd Tal-y-mignedd, Craig Cwm Silyn, Garnedd-goch & Mynydd Graig Goch, returning via Bwlch-y-ddwy-Elor.Cas-gwent23/05/2016
The Nantlle ridge with Dave. Grey day, intermittent hill fog. Route was a one-way with cars at Rhyd Dde (start) and Nebo. Hills were Y Garn; Mynydd Drws-y-coed; Trum y Ddysgl; Mynydd Tal-y-Mignedd; Craig Cwm Silyn; Garnedd Goch; Mynydd Graig Goch.Skip22/05/2016
Continuation of the wonderful walk from Mynydd Drws-y-Coed. On to Mynydd Tal-y-Mignedd.thesweetcheat30/04/2016
Route: Circuit of Y-Garn, Mynydd Drws y coed, Trum y Ddysgl, and Mynydd Tal y mignedd starting and ending at Rhyd-Ddu. Party: Peter Evans, Dominik Ceglowski, Nic Field, William Colledge, Nick Williams, Thomas Giles. Weather: Showers at beginning and end. Winds ontop of hills, cold-mild temperaturesOliver_Storey03/04/2016
Rob & Julesrockwarrior10/01/2016
From Beddgelert forest up ridge to TyDd, then over MDyC and YGRon Rees Davies14/10/2015