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Name:Ffridd yr Allt-llwyd
Hill number:3404
Height:500.4m / 1642ft
Parent (Ma):2057  Moel Llyfnant
RHB Section:30D: Barmouth to Betws-y-Coed and Bala
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Arenigs
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
Grid ref:SH 79724 29615
Summit feature:no feature: ground 12m NE of stones
Col:454m  SH798300  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 124
(1:25k) OL23E
Observations:stone is 5cm lower; ground 75m SW at SH 79665 29570 is 1.76m lower; all mounds to S are lower
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 47 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at Llanuwchllyn cemetery for a 13.2 mile walk to reach the summits of Craig Dolfudr, Craig Dolfudr north top, Mynydd Bryn-llech and Ffridd yr Allt-llwyd in six and half hours. pathless and heather making this walk a tough day out.WAYNE ROWLETT28/06/2019
Pleasant Dewey / TuMP circuit from bridge in Dolhendre. Foel y Graig, Craig y Llestri, camped before ascent to Ffridd yr Allt-llwyd, then Mynydd Bryn-llech, Craig Dolfudr North Top [Pennant-Lliw], Craig DolfudrRobertP31/03/2019
From 788293. Climbed west ridge of Ffridd yr Allt-llwyd then across to Craig y Dinas.clivevilla27/02/2019
Interesting starting walk marginally higher than my target. From high point on Bala hill road down forest track then cut up through felled area (row is a mess). Once out of forest it is a pleasant walk to the summit. Mistake on returning was to try to cut through forest - twenty minutes to do 200m through windfall.SS25/07/2018
From the parked car at 788293. An easy climb from Cwm hasgan. Solo. Headed to Bryn - llech.bolton08/06/2018
Honestly, the most pointless hill of my life. I stood on top wondering why I was there.dadofmorph21/04/2018
Parked on hardstanding by road/track junction at 788292 (Space for 2-3 cars) Along road towards Cwm-hasgen & immediately after crossing bridge up LHS of fence to stile Over stile & then straightforward ascent up W. ridge to unmarked summit. Continued to Mynydd Bryn-llech. (S)gerrybowes31/03/2017
From the lane west of Rhiw Felen at SH 77823 29066. Took it east to its end, crossed the Afon Mawddach by the bridge, then the track up past Cwm-hasgen to its highest point. A rough ascent south followed (one barbed wire fence to tackle) up to summit. Walk continued to Mynydd Bryn-llech. With AT and JT.Man of Kernow112/11/2016
From Cwm-Hasgen a round of Rhobell-y-big, Rhobell Ganol, Rhobell Fawr, Moel Cae'r-defaid West Top, Craig y Benglog, Dduallt and Ffridd yr Allt-llwyd.rhalstead22/11/2015
Walked from the W.S.W. straight up the nose, no probs you do not need to follow the footpath.DARRENG12/09/2015
Moel y Feidiog,Bryn-pig (very rough grass and sqelch but not bog, took 1 hr) Craig y Dinas,Ffrith yr Allt-llwyd,Craig y Llestri,Craig Dolfudr,Craig Dolfudr North Top,Mynydd Bryn-llech 9hr 10 min walk over pathless heather and squelch. Not recommended.ijpowell01/05/2015
Parked easily s of west. Followed broad grass to below trees. Then an excellent track takes you gently up. Then diy but quite easy.destaylor27/03/2014
From Craig y LlestriJohnStoneham30/06/2013
Climbed after Rhobell Ganol as part of circular route taking in three Deweys.chriswatson07/05/2013
Extended version of Nuttalls' route, with Ruth. Cwm yr Allt-lwyd - Ffridd yr Allt-lwyd - Dduallt - Rhobell Fawr - Rhobell Ganol - Rhobell-y-big - Cwm yr Allt-lwyddavidpettit8406/05/2013
Start ~ 788291. Followed the track to Dol Cyn Afon, crossed the bridge and climbed east under the cliffs of Allt-Llwyd, left track at its summit turning north west to the summit of Ffidd yr Allt-Llwyd.steve hudson26/04/2013
Followed fence line from path at SH798301 - easier going than Bryn-llech.Smudge16/10/2010
Meirionydd Dewey bagging, walk 1/3; Bryn-pig, Moel y Feidiog, Mynydd Bryn-llech, Craig Dolfudr N Top, Craig Dolfudr, Ffridd yr Allt-lwyd (dull top, dramatic descent), Rhobell Ganol, Rhobell-y-big. RHW26/12/1997
A wonderful rough solo 4hour run circuit of Rhobell Fawr and Ddualt and Deweys 500m tops- form south having dropped L off at Chester for a lacrosse match and collected her later then up to KendaChris Pearson05/10/1996
Alex C06/01/2018
Andy West06/06/2012
David Purchase01/11/2008
carole engel19/07/2008