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Name:Pen Garneddwen
Hill number:14353
Height:479m / 1572ft
Parent (Ma):2065  Carnedd y Filiast
RHB Section:30D: Barmouth to Betws-y-Coed and Bala
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Arenigs
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Dee (Flint)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:SH 86870 41407
Summit feature:large hollowed tumulus
Drop:32m
Col:447m  SH866416  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 124 125
(1:25k) OL18E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
from llyn roadside nutall start, pen garneddwen, foel boeth, brottos, carnedd filiast south top, wauncarnedd filiast, carnedd filiast, llechwedd llyfn, carnedd llechwedd llfyn arenig fach back to rd via ffridd maes y tailunderhill28/04/2019
6/8 (Foel Boeth/Carned Lechwedd-Llyn/Carned y Filiast/Waun Carnedd y Filiast/Pen GaNeddwen/Foel Ddu/Foel Boeth)Fergalh30/10/2017
Parked at Llyn Celyn. Pen Garneddwen, Foel Boeth, Carnedd Llechwedd Llyfn, Carnedd Y Filiast, Waun Garnedd Y Filiast, Craig Yr Hafod, Graig Ddu and Craig Y Garn. Some horrible heather bashing en route!!AlunRees3108/07/2016
Parked at Llyn Celyn. Pen Garneddwen, Foel Boeth, Carnedd Llechwedd Llyfn, Carnedd Y Filiast, Waun Garnedd Y Filiast, Craig Yr Hafod, Graig Ddu and Craig Y Garn. Some horrible heather bashing en route!!Alunrees3308/07/2016
From car park at Llyn Celyn, Graig y Garn, Graig Ddu, Craig yr Hafod, Foel-boeth, Pen Garneddwen. Few paths once on access land.ijpowell13/05/2016
Continuation of walk from Foel-boeth. Returned to track and followed it east to nearest point to objective on a bend. Then hard bash through high heather and bogs to reach the impressive Bronze Age funerary cairn over the highest natural point on the hill. To descend, headed east over Moel Phylip and down to road, rejoining my outward route. Solo.Man of Kernow123/04/2016
Up forestry track which soon runs out so left with gorse and briar and no track until wall found then quickly up to Pen Garneddwen, deep heather and wet to Foel-boeth then Carnedd Llechwedd-llyfn [Llechwedd-llyfn] then trough of Bowland damp walk to Carnedd y Filiast then Waun Garnedd-y-Filiast then back to start of track which was followed to road to avoid further deep heather and bog. A very good choice of return route.Dugswell207/09/2015
Last of eight hills on this walk around Carnedd y Filiast. Came from north after summiting Foel-boeth. Very boggy immediately to north. Walked back to dam via Moel Phylip.Wheelsy21/06/2014
SH86848 41428Anton05/12/2012
decent tumulus, heather, nice hill & view. (2) from Quaker meml 875404, path thru pltn, cross stream, then path along ridge RHW01/04/2006
Robert Kemp20/09/2019
beckybags18/11/2018
A Peckish18/11/2018
TK12/02/2018
Alex C28/09/2017
Dusty01/02/2017
willias20/03/2016
nicolajane04/12/2015
MM19/07/2015
DARRENG09/11/2014
tomcr8812/10/2014
andrew.allum01/01/2000