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Name:Trum y Gwragedd [Trum y Gwrgedd]
Hill number:2124
Height:611.1m / 2005ft
Parent (Ma):2104  Esgeiriau Gwynion [Foel Rhudd]
RHB Section:30E: Bala to Welshpool
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Berwyns
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Dee (Flint)
Class:Nuttall, Subsimm, Buxton & Lewis
Grid ref:SH 94117 28404
Summit feature:no feature: ground a few metres W of fence
Col:585.1m  SH939278  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 125
(1:25k) OL23E
Observations:flat featureless summit area
Survey:Abney level/Leica 530
Survey of Trum Y Gwrgedd and Foel Goch (Final).doc
Comments:Alternative name appears on 1:25k map and is a mis-spelling
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 259 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Nuttall route 7.5Neil Midgley17/09/2019
From Foel Goch on easy ridge. Then return to car on road to east. With B and R.jenx27/06/2019
from quarry hirnant then nutall route inc foel cedig and deleted nutalls and other minor tops back through penllyn forest 9 hrsunderhill24/05/2019
From Bala to Lake Vyrnwy Road, SH95237 29981. Via, Pen y Cerrig Duon & Foel Geifr, Then onto Foel Goch.Westdenewalker01/05/2019
following Nuttalls route 7.5 solo wet and misty daycolinfielding28/02/2019
14:00, rising traverse from high point in road, reasonably easy avoiding heather as much as possible. On to Foel Goch.Wycombe Wanderer26/11/2018
From Hirnault Valley ascended the ridge to the west and summited Foel Goch, Trum y Gwrgedd and Foel y Geifr.knarf30/10/2018
Along ridge from Foel Goch. Jumped over the fence to summit post.Ich bin ein hill bagger.HH30/08/2018
From Foel y Geifr then on to Foel Goch. Good trod all the way.Eddie21/08/2018
From summit of Bala road: Pen y Boncyn Trefeilw / Stac Rhos / Y Groes Fagl / Cyrniau Nod / Cefn Gwyntog. Then: Foel y Geifr / Trum y Gwragedd / Foel Goch. Sunny.Winterfloodian26/07/2018
From top of Hirnant passDewi Prysor24/07/2018
Followed the Nuttall's route. Lovely sunny day with a nice cool breeze.Herbert Anchovy23/06/2018
3rd ascentthenomad10/04/2018
3/9 (Foel Cwm(Sian Llwyn)/Foel y Geifir/Trum y Gwragedd(Trum y Gwredd)/Foel Goch/Mynydd Nodol/Boncyn Foel Bacg/Cefn Ddu/Llysy Frenhwes/Foel Gasnach)Fergalh20/08/2017
andrew brown04/08/2017
Walked the route in section 7.5 of the Nuttalls book. Foel Goch, Trum y Gwragedd, Foel y Geifr , Pen y Boncyn Trefeilw, Stac Rhos, Cefn Gwyntog, Cyrniau Nod, Y Groes Fagl. People call these the boring Berwyns but I don't agree. How many of the hundreds of thousands who climb Snowdon and Cader Idris each year would persevere with this walk. It's a real challenge and there are some good views if the weather holds. A very steep descent to Foel Goch reminded me how unfit I've become. Great views at the top, could see Arenig Fawr, Aran Fawddy and Snowdon in the distance inbetween the snow showers. The summit of Trum y Gwragedd was tantalisingly 40 foot on the other side of a barb wire fence. I decided not to be a purist but as I walked on the guilt gnawed at me and, 200 metres later at a corner post, I decided to leave my backpack, cross over and go back to the summit. My gloves and trousers already had holes in them and I'm not sure I'd have risked it if I had been wearing new exptsharp21/03/2017
finished the year with solo ascent of Foel Goch, Trum y Gwragedd and Foel y Geifr on a dull windy day.Lou31/12/2016
Solo walk during a weekend trip to Llangollen for a friend's Birthday. Aber Hirnant - Foel Cwm-Sian Llwyd - along ridge via all Nuttalls to Pen y Cerrig Duon - road - Foel y Geifr - north along ridge - steep descent by forest to road - road back to Aber Hirnant. A rather dull and heathery set of hills!AGWilliamson18/12/2016
Matt Smith27/09/2016
David S28/08/2016
With G. Mostly Nuttalls' Route from cattle grid at Bwlch yr Hwch > Foel Goch > Trum y Gwrgedd > Foel y Geifr > Pen y Cerrig Duon > Pen y Boncyn Trefeilw > Stac Rhos > Cefn Gwyntog (faint path from gate near Cefn Gwyntog N Top) > Cefn Gwyntog North Top > Cyrniau Nod > Y Groes Fagl > start via Cwm GwynRT197017/08/2016
Solo. From Foel Goch and then on to Foel y GeifrAimless Rambler29/05/2016
Charli Wisbey16/04/2016
Nuttalls walk 7.5. Top just west of fence - now marked by two old wooden stakesCrib Goch13/04/2016
with roger and kelly weather wasnt to bad views were goodDarren-44310/04/2016
14 mile hard circular walk from the cattle grid at the bottom of the pass, used ill-defined footpaths up onto Pen Y Boncyn Trefeilw, then along lane to Stac Rhos up the lane to Foel Cedig and Cyrniau Nod, back down taking the pretty much pathless ridge to Cefn Gwyntog, descended and forded the stream west above the waterfall, followed lane to road, then followed lane through forest up onto the moors, struggled through hideous pathless heather up onto Cefn Coch, then across more heather to Foel Y Geifr, then down little path onto Trum Y Gwrgedd and Foel Goch back down to car with half an hour of daylight left.DanTrig13/03/2016
Nuttall Walk 7.5: Foel Goch [The Berwyns] - Trum y Gwragedd - Foel y Geifr - Pen y Cerrig Duon - Pen y Boncyn Trefeilw SW Top - Pen y Boncyn Trefeilw - Stac Rhos - Cefn Gwyntog North Top - Cefn Gwyntog - Cyrniau Nod - Y Groes Faglronaldo33314/06/2015
From trig pointemily24/05/2015
Swindon Bagger04/05/2015