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Name:Burley Hill
Hill number:14518
Height:352m / 1155ft
Parent (Ma):2040  Cyrn-y-Brain
RHB Section:30C: Llandudno to Wrexham
County/UA:Denbighshire [Sir Ddinbych] (CoU)
Catchment:Dee (Flint)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SJ 20035 60239
Summit feature:loose cairn of rock slabs
Col:314m  SJ202601  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 117
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the village to north- very wet today but easy paths up through woodsMark Sims11/06/2019
Track starts from SJ 2022 6099 - sign to Miners Arms CP. Parking opposite. Look out for well-hidden stile in thick well-manicured gap in hedge (just before buildings). Wood very easy going - deciduous trees - unusualcarole engel22/11/2018
Alan Caine16/06/2018
From N, good parking just below 'Maeshafn' road sign at W end of village. Footpath for 200m or so then up slope to higher paths that lead to summit, an untidy pile of mossy rocks.Aye Jimmy07/01/2018
On circular walk from Gwernymynydd. Did the circuit of the quarry, as marktrengove. Noticed a cairn by the track close to the mossy pile of rocks. Useful. Also found the false top, mentioned by GordonAdshead, on the way down to Maeshafn. Interesting walk.Richard Gunn21/09/2016
Continuation of walk from Moel Findeg. Took paths down to Maeshafn, then trail south on east side of quarry. Then RoW north on west side of quarry, diverting to climb to summit. To return headed north into Maeshafn, then trail north to Colomendy, then RoWs through pasture back to Gwernymynydd. Solo.Man of Kernow126/03/2016
Parked at the large layby near Llanferres. The 25k map was invaluable in finding the tracks and paths in the forest.Sprog12/09/2015
Parked just W of high point on road to N at start of excellent ancient track through woods. A small track leads off left to a false top 100m N of pile of mossy rocks, which does not look much visited.GordonAdshead10/09/2015
Alex C08/11/2014
From N, Maeshafn, lane S past pub, FP into wood signed W just before last cottage. Followed main track down: rejoins lane at a surprising place.RHW12/07/2014
Mossy pile of rocksPeteF16/02/2014
Pete R03/11/2012
From Loggerheads with VivJohnIvor22/01/2012
Nige R20/06/1979