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Name:Gop Hill
Hill number:14676
Height:251m / 823ft
Parent (Ma):2051  Mynydd y Cwm [Coed Cwm]
RHB Section:30C: Llandudno to Wrexham
County/UA:Flintshire [Sir Fflint] (CoU)
Catchment:Clwyd, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (200-299m), Clem
(Tu,2,Cm)
Grid ref:SJ 08674 80166
Summit feature:no feature: ground on huge tumulus
Drop:59m
Col:192m  SJ113795  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 116
(1:25k) 264N 265
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 39 users)ByDate of Ascent
As Aye Jimmy. Parking a bit tight. Great viewpoint.Campbell Singer06/11/2019
Bike Ride to the GopTarkus23/06/2019
First 12 miles of the Pilgrims' Way...Holywell to Trelawnyd.Claireb 11/06/2019
Up from Trelawnyd,on circular walk from Gwaenysgor along part of Offa's Dyke Path.Pleasant little hill with good views.With Bridget and Oscar.catman28/10/2018
With Catman and Bridget.oscarrosie28/10/2018
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge28/10/2018
From TrelawnydJamesD197218/06/2018
Parking: For Gop Hill & Bryn-yr-Odyn Trelawnyd village carpark (free) SJ 09076 79825.David Evans04/02/2018
No Republicans about.ngthack19/12/2017
Layby in lane to E, new metal gate and path into wood then left along tracks past altar to goddess Freyja Vanadis. Interesting spot.Aye Jimmy29/11/2017
lovely summit vith lovely views just watch out for the cowsmy-list21/09/2017
Parked on roadside on Llanasa road above Trelanwyd. Pleasant stroll through woods to the breathtaking tumulus. Stunning views on a hot and hazy day yet nobody about.Jake99408/04/2017
From the village car park on High Street, Trelawnyd. We did some caving in the limestone caves underneath the summit so take a head torch. Views from the massive cairn were fantastic and we spotted the pagan shrine in the woods too. Wind at the top was really strong. With Mart & Daisy.John Eley26/02/2017
St Elmo's Summer House and Gop Hill from Gwaenysgor. Fantastic sea views on a mild spring like day.Lazylizzie05/02/2017
Me and Alf. From the Clwydian Way follow the very well worn track.jrj25/01/2017
As per maktengrove - amazing steep sided conical tumulus appears as you break out of wood on nice path from east not marked on map. Went on to Bryn yr odyn .Mark Sims23/01/2017
I really liked this hill. A walk through the woods not expecting much from a T2 but it is a big moound with great views in all directions. Apparently it is Neolithic and is the second largest man-made mound in Britain (after Silbury Hill).clivevilla02/01/2017
A pleasant tour of St Elmo's Summer House, Bryn-yr-odyn and Gop Hill (respectively) from Prestatyn Rail Station.summitsup31/03/2016
Roadside bagging with Dugswell.Smudge13/11/2015
Parked on minor road towards the east then used path to enter wood and gain summit with Smudge.Dugswell213/11/2015
Finally done after looking at it from my home town for 20 years or so! splendid views from Wirral to Anglesey. Cave requires bending down to get in. Mound is impressive, wonder what the natural height is?mattcymru13/04/2015
Parked in the village car park in Trelawnyd (SJ 09076 79825). Took lane north, then Clwydian Way to edge of wood. Then permissive path to the summit on the neolithic mound - second largest in Britain after Silbury Hill. Dropped down afterwards to visit the burial cave on southern flank of the hill. Walk continued on to Bryn-yr-odyn ....Man of Kernow111/03/2014
Climbed after walking through Trelawnyd. I took the road to Llanasa and then the Clwydian way that goes by one of the corners, i took the permissive path to the summit. Lovely walk to the summit and the views are great towards the quarried side of Y Foel and Graig Fawr. Interestingly my gps only only recorded a height of 231 m.Dazingdale26/10/2013
Easy walk from minor road to the east.Alan Caine27/05/2013
First recorded visit. Great spot of massive pre historic interestJohnIvor08/08/2011
surprisingly fine little hill, fine view, in half light. from road/fm track to W, FP on final ascent RHW07/12/2002
MM29/05/2018
carole engel02/12/2017
NickiW24/06/2017
Richard Gunn13/06/2016
Rob5022/05/2016
TK10/04/2016
stevent080913/03/2016
johnbarnard2514/02/2016
PeteF10/05/2015
GordonAdshead25/11/2014
Pete R17/01/2014
Alex C27/06/2013
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