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Name:Mynydd Carreg
Hill number:14817
Height:99.2m / 325ft
Parent (Ma):1960  Mynydd Anelog
RHB Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Watershed:Cardigan Bay
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SH 16374 29171
Summit feature:circular stone professionally-built wind shelter
Col:53m  SH159280  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 123
(1:25k) 253
Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 35 users)ByDate of Ascent
Easy walk up from road, great views.heavyhorses07/10/2018
From Porth Or (WS) car park.JohnIvor13/10/2017
From SW, car park at end of track from farm.Minto10/06/2017
Visited from the Whistling Sands NT car park, starting along the Coast Path and returning by the lane. Note that access to the hill from the coast is not as shown on OS maps. The path actually starts at SH15872914, following a different fence line from that shown. Access to the NT car park at Carreg itself is along a deeply rutted and soft track - not recommended!David Purchase21/09/2016
From car park/picnic area. Short walk through herd of steers to a substantial circular stone enclosure at summit, which is marked as a landmark (with an old trig next to it) on all old maps until 1980 when it suddenly become a lookout!jonglew21/08/2016
Circuit of headland from Aberdaron w Jenxnordicstar30/06/2015
Short,pleasant circular walk from Whistling Sands car park ,initially along Coastal Path.With Bridget and Oscar.catman09/06/2015
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge09/06/2015
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie09/06/2015
Sunny evening. Short walk to Mynydd Carreg lookout from Carreg car park. Distance = 0.62km. Average moving speed = 4.2km/h. Time moving = 08:53. Ascent = 22m.paulnewby8107/05/2015
Short walk from the NT Car parkDave25/04/2015
From E as this was first NT sign I saw, not the official way though. Nice rocky SE summit sadly not the highpoint.RHW20/04/2015
Short way up from car Park to SWGordonAdshead10/04/2015
Climbed in the gloaming from the NT car park on a survey with AW and MP. Descended in darkness.marktrengove28/12/2014
Short walk from car park/picnic area up to shelter/viewpoint, good coastal views, surprisingly warm & dry but very breezy.apricorum26/02/2014
Large National Trust car park at SH 16641 29473. Included hill with two mile pleasant family coastal walk. Down to Whistling Sands - along coast to Dinas Bach (tide was out so we climbed it) then back inland on public footpath with short detour to climb Mynydd Carreg. Back to car park along short stretch of road.David Gradwell23/07/2011
andrew brown16/07/2016
Alex C24/06/2013
Edwin Gradwell23/07/2011
George Gradwell23/07/2011