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Name:Pen y Bedw West Top
Hill number:3386
Height:527.3m / 1730ft
Parent (Ma):2068  Manod Mawr
Section:30D: Barmouth to Betws-y-Coed and Bala
Area:The Moelwyns
County/UA:Conwy (CoU)
Class:Subdewey
(s5)
Grid ref:SH 77917 46986
Summit feature:no feature 70m ESE of cairn
Drop:23.3m
Col:504m  SH 7813 4697  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 115
(1:25k) OL18E
Observations:0.50m higher than cairn at SH 77855 47010
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica 530
Survey of Pen y Bedw Final.doc
Comments:Dewey replaced by hill 3385; col height measured as 504.0m
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GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
3385 and 3386. Parked as MT Pont Elen. Started following the fence easily then heather turned up. Couldn't find the path even with GPS with 1:50 on it. Did a heather bash to the Llyn finding some bits of paths but not much. Then followed a wall up and then across heather to 3386. Good little path half way to 3385 - then heather. Returned towards the house on the Llyn at the end of the 'path' then on leaving the Llyn managed to find the path which is narrow and not as it appears on the map - tends to be to the South. Managed to follow it to 771 461 a stile. If had continued following the original fence on the way up and followed it past the 90 degree bend it would have taken me to the stile - then approximately on bearing of 30 degrees would have found it with some difficulty.destaylor13/10/2015
Parked by entrance to water works. Bryn Mawr, Llechwedd Mawr, Pen y Bedw West Top , pen y Bedw East Top, Foel Boeth, Foel Dduijpowell25/09/2015
See under no. 3385.marktrengove19/04/2014
Approaching from the minor road to the west can only be described as challenging. The only hint of the path indicated on maps are the stiles at each end, the ground inbetween is uneven, squelchy and covered in heather. Only climb this hill if you need it for completing your own personal challenge - there are far better hills within view worth climbing.JohnStoneham06/05/2013
This is clearly the most visited of the two tops - since it's the only one with a cairn and a path of any sort. Parked at Pont ar Gonwy on B4407 and took track to Llyn Conwy. Going after that generally abysmal.chriswatson17/07/2012
On the way to the true summit of Pen y Bedw. See my logs for hill 3385, and my first visit here (on 2007 April 14).David Purchase22/03/2009
There was a good parking spot, though for only one car, at SH765453. The route did not conform to the RoW shown on OL18. As soon as you have crossed the wall at SH778465, go straight up to its highest point and then turn east. At the time, I thought this was the summit of Pen y Bedw, and so did not visit the true summit (see my log for 3385) until two years later.David Purchase14/04/2007
2.50pm -a challenging starting time in December for a horseshoe run over Foel Boeth and Pen y Bedw. (having been working on pre exp w/e)From N above Penmancho. Boggy and icy but magical clarity with a low sun in my eyes. Dusk gave a beautiful alpenglow. KIMM type horror underfoot of heather and tussocks then lovely 'twiggy' wood. for a 2 mile jog in the dark back along road- an outing that felt off the beaten track.Chris Pearson09/12/2001
Date unknown RHW01/01/1990
mae08/10/2015
DARRENG30/05/2015
TK03/03/2014
stevent080901/05/2011
AlanD20/04/2011
Mick Moore06/04/2011
bogdodger20/09/2008
carole engel20/09/2008
Anton20/09/2008
AndyS10/02/2008
andrew.allum01/01/2000
Nige R25/08/1979