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Name:Moel y Gaer
Hill number:5164
Height:303.7m / 996ft
Parent (Ma):2051  Mynydd y Cwm [Coed Cwm]
RHB Section:30C: Llandudno to Wrexham
County/UA:Flintshire [Sir Fflint] (CoU)
Catchment:Dee (Flint)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Clem
(Hu,Tu,3,Cm)
Grid ref:SJ 21067 69081
Summit feature:wall of hollowed tumulus
Drop:126m
Col:178m  SJ106750  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 117
(1:25k) 265
Observations:top of covered reservoir about 50m E is 0.63m higher
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica 530
Survey of Moel y Gaer (Final).doc
Comments:Lower than the Marilyn Mynydd y Cwm (hill 2051)
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 90 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Cumbriancyclist07/02/2020
M6KIO21/09/2019
Parked in small parking bay at SJ21346 68732 then up road then path along fort ramparts to summit. Sunny. With EdJohn Eley07/09/2019
Parked 213686 near church. Lots of dog walkers.David Evans30/12/2018
Me and Alf easily N.W. from layby beyond the church.jrj14/12/2018
Short walk up by lane and grassy path from phone box to SW.davidpettit8406/12/2018
Parked on grass verge opposite junction with track at 209689 - Up track & then path to the remains of the summit tumulus, a distance of just over 300yd. (S)gerrybowes13/11/2018
Strolled up from NE parking nr school. Easy cut tracks, mind the gorse tho!nordicstar22/03/2018
jenx22/03/2018
Pleasant circular walk from Coed-y-Felin car park via Coed Trellyniau and Moel-y-Crio.Excellent views.With Bridget and Oscar.catman04/02/2018
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie04/02/2018
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge04/02/2018
ngthack19/12/2017
Can park high up in lanes to SW, then easy stroll to top.Aye Jimmy26/11/2017
GaryJones25/07/2017
Good parking by phone box SJ207688. Mown grassy paths to topcarole engel10/06/2017
Circular walk from the lovely Blue Bell Inn in Halkyn. Spring weather, fantastic views from these modest hills, lots of flowering gorse. Moel-y-Gaer, Moel Ffagnallt and Halkyn MountainLazylizzie20/04/2017
thenomad11/02/2017
MM29/09/2016
Parked in old quarry by road to SW and easily up to the summitChris Peart27/09/2016
Easy ways using paths and access land from Rhosesmor school. Pleasant fort summit area. With Pete, en route from Warwick to Llandudno.pwheeler10/09/2016
NickiW03/09/2016
Up on mother's day, great view of the Beluga landing at Harwarden airport, snow covered pennines, and Blackpool tower.deebagger08/05/2016
Sihuws23/04/2016
12/12 Last of peak bagging day (Great Orme/Little Orme (Creigiau Rhiwledyn)/Bryn Euryn/Bryn Pyden/Mynydd Marian/Mynydd Ellian/Bwrdd Arthur/Moel Rhiwen/Clip Y Orsedd/Foel Lwyd/Tal Y Fan/Moel y Gaer)Fergalh28/02/2016
thelonious25/12/2015
Mark Sims03/11/2015
AloneRob Pen y Garn31/10/2015
Continuation of walk from Mynydd Helygain. Followed various tracks over access land south to Rhes y Cae, then diverted off road south to climb Moel Ffagnallt. Then walked on road through Moel y crio and various tracks south-east over access land to the summit. Then walked north beside B5123 back to the car.Man of Kernow128/06/2015
Richard Gunn05/05/2015
srw98505/03/2015
Simple up and down from villagerhalstead26/12/2014
jimbloomer16/10/2014
From SJ213687.summitsup15/10/2014
Kiltie07/08/2014
Rob5025/05/2014
Colin Crawford18/01/2014
Campbell Singer22/11/2013
Alan Whatley22/11/2013
ChrisM13/11/2013
Visited on a 3 Tump walk from Flint to Holywell.Alex C31/10/2013
Access landtim74705/06/2013
Wycombe Wanderer17/05/2013
easy walk up on grass to covered reservoir. through gorse to the highest pointarranc04/05/2013
PM16/04/2013
iaindbrown04/02/2013
Pete R25/01/2013
Parked up on the nearby track the wandered up to the fort outer wall. Walked right round this taking in the great viewshillhiker16/12/2012
Matt Hicks19/09/2012
nicolajane17/09/2012