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Name:Hen Graig
Hill number:14410
Height:432m / 1417ft
Parent (Ma):2087  Cadair Berwyn
RHB Section:30E: Bala to Welshpool
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Berwyns
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SJ 17672 30911
Summit feature:rock outcrop
Col:395m  SJ174313  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 125
(1:25k) 255
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
Over sheep pasture from the NNW. Sadly somewhat murky views today.RichardM04/08/2020
Parked in Llangadwaladr by the phone box, walked up the ROW a short distance before heading straight for the summit.clivevilla13/02/2020
As Aye Jimmy. Parked by phone box in Llangadwaladr & NE up lane to Fach Gynan road gate - Turned left & along farm track for about 70m to gate - Through gate & then up over sheep pasture & along ridge to summit knoll; two farm gates, no fences to cross. (S)gerrybowes09/01/2019
Parked by church/old phone box in Llangadwaladr. Took lane NE until near a house then up the hill. Several knolls on summit area, the one furthest W is highest.Aye Jimmy26/05/2018
1/4 solo immeasurably beautiful and windy autumn walk, figure of 8 from tregeiriog. No cows today but piles of hares! Stopped using my poles for a bit out of fear of stabbing them. Some blokes had 2 land rovers stuck on the trail below. Saw a peregrine also. Few candidates for high point. Large rocky outcrop to east was immense and windy.tumpawumpa22/10/2017
2/7 (Gyrn Moelfree/Hen Graig/Cefn Pantglas/Craig Ysgwennant/Moel y Gwelltyn/Mynydd Mawr/Y Glog)Fergalh23/07/2017
From SJ160291 ( - first Cefn Pantglas then Hen Graig. Mist didn't lift so needed careful nav with out of date map.summitsup21/01/2017
Attempted along with Craig Ysgwennant. Disappointingly didn't reach the summit, due to it being protected and covered by several fields of cows. Wasn't going to risk it on my own, will try again.tumpawumpa10/10/2016
From Llangadwaladr. Made a nice loop of it via the western contouring path. Such a crying shame that what was once one of the finest technical mountain bike routes has now been smoothed to the point you could drive a car up it. There used to be great big steps in the bedrock and water running down it. If you do come up here make sure you visit the western top. Whilst a tad lower its a fine spot. Rocky to the point of offering some scrambling. The main summit and the rocks just s.e. of offer the best views of the gyrn from anywhere. A great little hill.stig_nest26/04/2016
fine pasture summit, lovely view. tk from N, park at start RHW21/02/2004
andrew brown15/05/2016
Alex C27/02/2016
Alan Caine22/06/2015