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Name:Cadair Bronwen NE Top
Hill number:2093
Height:700m / 2297ft
Parent (Ma):2087  Cadair Berwyn
RHB Section:30E: Bala to Welshpool
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Berwyns
County/UA:Denbighshire [Sir Ddinbych] (CoU), Wrexham (CoU)
Catchment:Dee (Flint)
Class:Bridge, Deleted Nuttall
Grid ref:SJ 08713 35223
Summit feature:fence post
Col:689m  SJ 0835 3490  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 125
(1:25k) 255
Observations:summit is 0.5m higher than rocky outcrop 50m N at SJ 08720 35268
Survey:Leica Runner 20
Surveying Cadair Bronwen East Top Final.doc
Comments:Deleted from Nuttalls on 2 Sep 2007
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Parking space for a few cars at SJ 118 306. Round of Mynydd Tarw, Foel Wen, Cadair Bronwen, Moel yr Henfaes, Cadair Berwyn, Moel Sych, Post Gwyn, Moel Poethion, Godor. Descended through fields to track at SJ 110 302. Couple of farmers by the sheepfold didn't seem unduly concerned by our presence.Geoff Briggs01/09/2019
from stream south tan y fridd anti clockwise horseshoe nattalls and deleted tops and minor tops 10 hrsunderhill25/05/2019
From Cynwyd Car Park SJ 05479 41058,via Moel Fferna and Pen Bwlch Llandrillo Top, then onto Cadair Bronwen. Return via Bwlch Llandrillo and trackway to Cynwyd.Westdenewalker03/05/2019
Blaen Llynor > Blaen Llynor South-East Top > Cadair Bronwen NE Top > Cadair Bronwen > Moel Pearce from GR: SJ 04895 37931ronaldo33316/12/2018
Blaen Llynor > Blaen Llynor South-East Top > Cadair Bronwen NE Top > Cadair Bronwen > Moel Pearce from GR: SJ 04895 37931Hippster16/12/2018
third ascentthenomad07/11/2018
From the NW, parked at Rhos-y-maerdy. Easy track followed all the way to col with memorial, then up to Cadair Bronwen NE top. Returned to memorial and then to Moel yr Henfaes (Llandrillo top).Aye Jimmy12/05/2018
From a wild camp on Bronwen, an easy start to the rough walk to Moel Fferna. Very hot weather forecast so set off at 530am and enjoyed a beautiful sunrise en route.Jake99405/05/2018
Done with Keith and BryanAimless Rambler03/11/2017
From Llandrillo cp.bardolph18/10/2017
out and back from cadair bronwencolinfielding03/07/2017
Berwyn Round from Pistyll RhaederMountain Goat23/06/2017
10 hill circuit based around Cadiar Bronwen. Start and finish on a forestry track not far from Cynwyd. Fantastic, sunny Saturday with hardly anyone on the hills.BobHancock22/04/2017
Solo walk during a weekend trip to Llangollen for a friend's Birthday. Tyn-y-ffridd - Godor - along Nuttalls to Cadair Berwyn - north as far as Moel yr Henfaes - back to Cadair Bronwen - over Tomle ridge - back to Tyn-y-ffridd. Amazing weather with a cloud inversion.AGWilliamson17/12/2016
On a clockwise circuit from Llandrillo on a perfect summer's day. Solo, met 5 people all day.Phreerunner16/08/2016
Moel yr Henfaes, Y Drum, Pen Bwlch Llandrillo Top, Cadair Bronwen NE Top, Cadair Bronwen, Craig Berwyn, Cadair Berwyn North Top, Cadair Berwyn, Moel Sychkeithouk08/05/2016
Ty'n-y-parc to Bwlch Llandrillo pass to Pen Bwlch Llandrillo to Cadair Bronwen. Return to Ty'n-y-parc to complete circuit. Walked solo, time 5 hours. Sunny weather, but hazy. Saw no-one all day except motor-cross riders on Bwlch Llandrillo, despite being a Sunday. Beautiful easy walk in some really wild country. Hard going along the watershed path with bogs, heather (in places) and slushy melting snow obliterating the path. Great day though!jamessteel10013/03/2016
Bagged after Cadair Berwyn and when the fog had cleared.Neil Haslewood01/10/2015
Parked at 081404 and after the Sim of Pen y Lladron headed to this xN which I missed on the original round of Cadair Bronwen and Berwyn. Solo.bolton19/09/2015
From Pentre and Pen yr Eryr. Not a good route as there is too much off path Berwyns heather.clivevilla15/07/2015
10/17 Moel Poethion/Godor North Top/Godor/Moel Yr Ewig/Moel Sych/Cadair Berwyn/Cadair Berwyn North Top/Craig Berwyn (Boundary)/Cadair Bronwen/Cadair Bronwen North East Top/Tomie/Foel Wen/Foel Wen South Top/Mynydd Tarw/Rhos/Garnedd Wen/Mynydd MawrFergalh11/04/2015
My first hill of the day on a North to South traverse of the Berwyn ridge from Llandrillo to Llangynog using the track out of Llandrillo and turning South at the memorial stone on the concessionary path. It is worthwhile straying from the path as there are great views on the Eastern side as the ground steepens considerably. The wind was getting quite strong on this exposed section of the route. The views looking back or North in my case are very pleasing.Dazingdale05/05/2014
Part of Cadair Berwyn horseshoe roughly following the Nuttalls route with a few additions.rhalstead08/04/2014
Find it if you can. I must have walked over it in my wanderings but wasn't sure of the exact spot.ruthatlast13/03/2014
From Llandrillo. Snow showers.jrj21/02/2014
with PhoebeTeasyChris01/09/2013
Nice walk up the track from Llandrillo, first one of 4 on a nice 11 mile walk.heavyhorses19/04/2013
With Dan Heavy SnowLouieb7829/03/2013
With Minnie from Llandrillo up the easy track to the col then onto Moel yr Henfaes then to Cadair Bronwen a good freeze made the going less boggy, a little snow on top, the 3000footers look to have a good covering, sunny & cold. Back to Llandrillo on track across Moel Pearce.apricorum29/11/2012
a round from Llandrillo with Steve and Brian including Pen Bwlch Llandrillo Top.Lou21/07/2012
With Tony and DevonStuart Hyde20/08/2011
Included in a shortened version of the Nuttall walk from spacious track junction in Cynwyd Forest at SJ 08432 40098. Returned using track starting at SJ 09822 37324David Gradwell03/07/2011
From Llandrillo (SJ 03508 37206) - Wayfarer Memorial - Cadair Bronwen NE Top - Cadair Bronwen - Craig Berwyn - Cadair Berwyn North Top - Cadair Berwyn - Moel Sych.david23020108/05/2011
Cynwyd – Moel Fferna – Pen Bwlch Llandrillo Top – Wayfarer’s Memorial at Bwlch Llandrillo – Cadair Bronwen NE Top – Cadair Bronwen – Back to Bwlch Llandrillo – Track back to Cynwyd. (JL)gerrybowes29/03/2011
From Llandrillo.Richard Gunn05/09/2010
Passed on the way to Cadair Bronwenjohnjennison18/08/2010
Not real date - no log kept. Pleasant and easy walk from Cynwyd to Pen Bwlch Llandrillo Top, Cadair Bronwen (and north east top)with excellent views then circling down via stone circle to the valley once more.ijpowell10/07/2009
walked as a circular from llanarmon, up wayfayrers, on to cadair berwyn and return via mynydd tarw.stig_nest15/10/2008
Walked as part of a long slog across the Berwyns. Great hike, good warm weather, no cloud. Nice clear paths and the views of the Snowdon range and Glyders are spectacularwee mac17/02/2008
On way to Cadair Berwyn.DanTrig22/09/2007
Berwyns Wild camp with Cath richardsun02/06/2007
On way to Cadair Bronwen.peter4lc27/10/2006
With Jackieclimbingkershaw31/05/2006
I walked up from the Wayfarer monument in Bwlch Llandrillo. This is an insignifcant top on the way up to Cadair Bronwen.Father Ted14/01/2006
Start ~ Ty-Uchaf. Followed the track to the Memorial at Wayfarer Pass and turned Right for Cadair Bronwen NE Top & Cadair Bronwen. returned down ROW. over Moel Pearce. A very windy day. With Ron Oakleysteve hudson12/01/2005
Solo run in the mist. Sixth of twelve peaks.mikejacobs29/11/1997