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Name:Esclusham Mountain
Hill number:14375
Height:460m / 1509ft
Parent (Ma):2040  Cyrn-y-Brain
RHB Section:30C: Llandudno to Wrexham
County/UA:Wrexham (CoU)
Catchment:Dee (Flint)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:SJ 25334 49767
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:38m
Col:422m  SJ252496  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 117
(1:25k) 256
Observations:trig point at N end of ridge (SJ 25703 50860) is lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 33 users)ByDate of Ascent
As Aye Jimmy. Enough space to park considerately in large passing place on bend at 252501 - Along track for about 350m & then SSW over heather to summit cairn. (S)gerrybowes07/02/2019
1/3 Eglwyseg range. Straightforward heather bash from road, first properly frosty day I've seen this winter.tumpawumpa02/01/2019
Pleasant exploration of the mountain(?)including trig and top starting from Minera lead mining centre.Surprised to see a lone Canada goose wandering round in the midst of the sheep!With Oscar.catman06/06/2018
With Catman.oscarrosie06/06/2018
From bend in road to NNE. Very muddy churned-up track to shoulder of hill, then a section of heather with water-filled potholes to cairn.Aye Jimmy26/01/2018
Fairly straightforward direct from Worlds End road. If not for this road this place would be miles from anywhere. Feels everybit as remote too. Snall cairn. Lovely day.. 1 to go in Wxmstig_nest11/05/2017
As GA.ngthack21/02/2017
Moel Garegog, Esclusham Mountain, Cefn y Cistkeithouk05/02/2017
Glyndyfrdwy to Coedpoeth. Final hill of the day. A very wet walk to OD from Cyrn-y-Brain then along the road. Visited the top and the trig point, the grass around it being a comfier place to halt. Interesting views of the English-Welsh border, England being predominantly flat and Wales being markedly hilly!Jake99408/04/2016
Could just park at 252501. Sunken track to ridge: Heather on ridge not too deep.GordonAdshead09/10/2015
After visiting near by pillar.Dusty08/08/2015
5/9 Quick walk up from highest point in road. Interesting stone circle (looks new!) nearbyFergalh09/05/2015
Quick bag with Cabe from the road where there is easy parking.simon and co01/09/2014
Quick walk up from highest point of Worlds End roadPeteF18/08/2013
Continuation of walk/run after Cefn y Cist. Followed trackless high ground NE then NW to join moorland road near Gwyter Siani. Then steeply up onto plateau. After Pt.460m continued on to trig point on north top of hill. Returned by grassy track to road, and so south back to car at SJ 23254 48712.marktrengove15/05/2013
Bagged after visiting Park Lead Mines trig point.Dugswell217/09/2012
From Worlds End.mad max12/06/2011
SJ 2552050107Anton20/02/2011
rather level heathery summit, nice views. from road to W RHW04/07/2004
A Peckish22/03/2019
beckybags22/03/2019
andrew brown26/06/2018
Gareth186420/07/2017
Alan Caine02/07/2016
TK27/05/2016
Alex C08/05/2015
MM13/04/2015
KM13/04/2015
RobertP26/10/2014
Rob5029/06/2014
carole engel20/02/2011
andrew.allum01/01/2000
tommoblank