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Name:Moel yr Henfaes [Pen Bwlch Llandrillo Top]
Hill number:2117
Height:621m / 2037ft
Parent (Ma):2087  Cadair Berwyn
RHB Section:30E: Bala to Welshpool
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Berwyns
County/UA:Denbighshire [Sir Ddinbych] (CoU)
Catchment:Dee (Flint)
Class:Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge
Grid ref:SJ 08946 36948
Summit feature:cairn on rocky outcrop
Col:586m  SJ091365  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 125
(1:25k) 255
Observations:large boulder by fence junction 100m E at SJ 09049 36946 is nearly as high
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 293 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From the road end just beyond Pentre. Good, if occasionally waterlogged track. Just an hour to reach the Berwyn ridge. Start of 9 hour day in perfect weather.Campbell Singer23/10/2019
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
Charli Wisbey25/08/2019
from cefn pernedd then on to the 2 Moss tops of blaen llynor then blaen llynor east which was hard to get to but excellent viewsunderhill15/06/2019
From Cynwyd Car Park SJ 05479 41058,via Moel Fferna, then onto Cadair Bronwen North East Top and Cadair Bronwen. Return via Bwlch Llandrillo and trackway to Cynwyd.Westdenewalker03/05/2019
2nd ascentthenomad07/11/2018
The Northern Berwyns from Llidiart y Parc near Corwen ascending Moel Fferna first before the long trek to Pen Bwlch Llandrillo Top. Returned via the ascent route.knarf24/10/2018
From Cefn Perfedd then back down on tack to NNW to track bend in the forest. Ffaffed-about with cairn, rock and other sticky-up bits.Eddie21/08/2018
From Cynwyd Forest to Moel Fferna and back along ridge to Pen Bwlch Llandrillo, and back down to Cynwyd Forest. Very hot day.Dewi Prysor27/07/2018
Solo.Aimless Rambler25/05/2018
Short walk from the col with memorial. Continued to Y Drum, passing over prominent bump which almost felt 'tick-worthy'.Aye Jimmy12/05/2018
From a wild camp on Cadair Bronwen en route to Moel Fferna. Very hot weather forecast so made an early start. Tough going though the bogs on the ridge. Had breakfast by the cairn and watched as Snowdon disappeared into a thickening haze.Jake99405/05/2018
Tony S05/04/2018
Lorna S05/04/2018
Run with Will. Nearly lost a shoe in the slush and bogs. Followed the route in the Nuttals Bookbenwloudon18/12/2017
My 1000thAimless Rambler03/11/2017
5/5 awful weather to p[ick off some tumps and my last 2 nuttalls in the area path boggy but not as bad as i thoughtmy-list21/10/2017
1/2 awful weather to p[ick off some tumps and my last 2 nuttalls in the area path boggy but not as bad as i thoughtDarren-44321/10/2017
David S15/10/2017
1/7 (Moel yr Henfaes(Pen Bwlch Llandrillo Top)/Y Drum/Moel yr Henfaes/Pen y Lladron (Cefn Perfedd)/Pen -yr-Eryr/Bryn Du (Y Fawnen)/Mynydd Bach)Fergalh06/08/2017
Went up from Llandrillo and followed this with 3 other tops incl. Cadair Berwyn.IanHHill26/06/2017
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
Turn by blue lion and drive up the forest track past house then it saves about 6 miles of walking. the top was only 5km away . we could not find the memorial stone great views of the BerwynsAristotle Chip22/04/2017
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
Matt Smith25/09/2016
Climbed with Chris on route from Carrog to Llangynog.dhbond15/07/2016
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
Neil Midgley25/04/2016
Parked on forest road at 084,401. North Berwyn Way to Moel Fferna, then along horrendously boggy ridge to bag Cerrig Coediog, Cefn Perfedd and Moel yr Henfaes. Descent on very good track above Nant y Lladron. 8 miles, 1600ft ascent - just under 4 hours.Crib Goch15/04/2016
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
From Cynwyd (River Dee in spate) up forestry track then direct climb to Moel yr Henfraes (Dewey) through rather damp heather. Onwards from there to the Hewitt and lunch at the memorial (sheep cropped slopes treacherous). Took track back to dry to dry feet and legs out. Good views all round.SS27/12/2015