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Name:Cerrig Coediog
Hill number:3407
Height:591.8m / 1942ft
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:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
(Tu,5,Dew)
Grid ref:SJ 11312 38617
Summit feature:heathery mound near path on W side of fence
Drop:30.4m
Col:561.4m  SJ 11545 39153  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 125
(1:25k) 255
Observations:ground on northerly 590m ring contour is 2m lower
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica 530
Survey of Cerrig Coediog (Final).doc
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 137 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
geoffreycurnock06/03/2020
2/6 - long round from road at Nant y Dramwys Wood - cold. I/M rain. Weather deteriorated after darkwychwood15/11/2019
The outlier of the day. Having to retrace steps over rough boggy ground towards Cadair Bronwen.Campbell Singer23/10/2019
Charli Wisbey24/08/2019
from moel fernna and on to cefn perneddunderhill15/06/2019
A Peckish10/12/2018
beckybags10/12/2018
thenomad07/11/2018
Good trod from Moel Fferna and on to Cefn Perfidd.Eddie21/08/2018
SoloAimless Rambler25/05/2018
From a wild camp on Bronwen en route to Moel Fferna. A very hot early morning walk through the bogs made for exhausting going but the sense of wilderness was invigorating.Jake99405/05/2018
Tony S05/04/2018
Lorna S05/04/2018
From Moel Fferna on circuit. Mound by side of path W of fence. Continued to Cefn Perfedd, ground frozen which was good for boggy bits but awkward underfoot where it was churned up.Aye Jimmy24/02/2018
3/5 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
4/9(Y Foel/Vivoid Mountain/Moel Ferna/Cerrig Coediog/Crehigu'r Hyrddod/Pen Tan-y-Graig/Foel Wylfa/Cefn Hir-Fynydd/Mynydd-y-Briw)Fergalh21/07/2017
After Moel FfernaAlan Caine08/07/2017
softsquare25/04/2017
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
PeteN02/10/2016
Lucky16/08/2016
boxblade28/05/2016
daddybond16/05/2016
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
Large parking area just before bungalow at SJ07149 40545 – East along upper track to stile & gate at edge of forest at 084404 – NNE up path/ATV track & then path alongside old fence posts to Bryn-llus – Continued to Pen Creigiau’r Barcut – Cerrig Coediog – Y Drum – Moel yr Henfaes. (S)gerrybowes11/03/2016
iainwalton30/10/2015
Nuttall walk 7.1 shorterned: Moel Fferna - Cerrig Coediog - Pen y Lladron - Moel yr Henfaes Start/ Finish at SJ 08375 40058ronaldo33317/08/2015
Horseshoe of 4 Deweys from minor road to E of Cynwyd.RobertP02/08/2015
Donpeblo23/07/2015
Continuing from Moel Fferna. Quality of track gets worse as the route goes on. Keep to the right of the fence (from North) as the route is considerably better.muzza228/06/2015
SteveSmith18/04/2015
AlanD04/04/2015
graham2805/02/2015
nickywood108/10/2014
Up from Cynwyd, parked at track junction 084 401-track up to Liberty Hall & Bryn-llus, then track to Pen Creigiau'r Barcut, heather bashing to join North Berwyn Way to Bwlch Cynwyd & onto Moel Fferna, back tracked then onto Cerrig Coediog & Pen y Lladron Good path to Cynwyd forrest & car. warm & dry. Stick to tracks-avoid Heather.apricorum05/09/2014
From single track road leading east from Cynwyd. Parking possible at junction with forest track. Pleasant horseshoe with minimal climbing. Bryn Llus, Pen Creigiau'r Barcut, Cerrig Coediog, Pen y Lladron, Moel yr Henfaes (Nuttall) Y Drm, moel yr Henfaes (Dewey). Good paths and tracks most of the way.ijpowell31/07/2014
paulsross01/06/2014
axe.stephen26/05/2014
My third summit of the Day, having climbed Pen y Vivod and Pen Tan-Y-Craig. From the Track that leads South into Ceiriog forest, I took a forest track heading West that I had identified on the OS map as snaking through the forest and then out onto the moorland all the way to the fenceline so that I had only to turn left (southwest)and followed the fenceline, with a few false summits till I got to the last high point of Cerrig Coediog, where after the land falls away (until Moel Henfaes East top) The Track made walking so much easier whereas the next top to Pen Creigiau'r Barcut was a slog through heather and bilberry. As mentioned earlier there are occasional drops using the fenceline so just be alert to them.Dazingdale04/05/2014
From Cynwyd, a round of Bryn-llus, Pen Creigiau'r Barcut, Moel Ffarna, Cerrig Coediog, Pen y Lladron, Moel yr Henfaes [Pen Bwlch Llandrillo Top], Y Drum and Moel yr Henfaes. A nice horseshoe for this area.rhalstead07/04/2014
Cold and bright.jrj30/01/2014
walked enroute from Moel Fferna to Pen Bwlch Llandrillo Top whilst walking route7.1 from Welsh Nuttals book.Lou09/08/2013
Alex C08/07/2013
oldbagger2701/06/2013
isabelle29/05/2013
Horseshoe from Cynwyd with Ruth.davidpettit8404/05/2013
andrew brown13/04/2013
Sleepwa1ker13/04/2013
keithouk17/03/2013