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Name:Graig Wen
Hill number:14826
Height:91.3m / 300ft
Parent (Ma):1961  Mynydd Bodafon [Yr Arwydd]
RHB Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
County/UA:Anglesey [Sir Fon] (CoU)
Maritime area:North Wales - Anglesey
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SH 39737 94743
Summit feature:rock
Col:43m  SH419918  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 114
(1:25k) 262
Observations:small outcrop by trig point 80m ESE at SH 39810 94707 is 0.2m lower; WNW summit at SH39657 94778 is 0.3m lower
Survey:Abney level/Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 43 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in small layby / verge at SH 386 944. Nice coastal walk, taking in the other two peaks.DanMaisieBex13/04/2019
From car park in Cemaes Bay, via Llanbadrig church, Moel Llanlleiana and Dinas Gynfor with Derryderrymark05/01/2019
The last of the tree hills I climbed up while walking along the coastal paths. Nice that there is a trigpoint on this one.Alancache26/04/2018
From coastal path, trod up from SH 39839 94760carole engel03/12/2017
Lovely circular route, from Llanbadrig churchJamesD197223/06/2017
From 387 944 where there's passing for two cars just west of footpath north past the big white house, to the bay with interesting ruin before taking coastal path west then back tracking east to the Middle summit. Now a beautiful sunny afternoon, fluffy cumulus and turquoise sea on to this highest of the three Craig Wen 91.3m with trig pillar S7297vegibagger13/06/2017
Repeat ascent to visit the Trimbled summit rock.David Gradwell03/06/2017
A detour from the coastal pathbardolph28/05/2017
From Dinas Gynfor on very windy family walk. Only Xan and I visited the actual summit.Herbert Anchovy13/02/2017
Parked to the SSE then footpath initially until a narrow path was found through the prickly gorse and heather to bag trig then Tump summit.Dugswell225/01/2017
Third of 3 tumps - lovely walk.jimbloomer09/01/2017
Bit of a tricky one to find but spied the trig point after a little searching. Archie had a sleep in the carrier for the first time. Lovely sunny winter day.W111KYB28/11/2016
TRig just off coastal path and set amongst attractive ( but prickly) purple heather and yellow gorse. Hard to tell which is the high point of this and several rocky outcrops but we bow to the Trimble.Denise 07/08/2016
Plenty of lumps to choose from amongst the heather and gorse of the summit ridge. I thought the most western outcrop myself but it's not a popular choice for the summit.RichardM07/08/2016
Third of 3 tumps on this fine section of coastal headland from Ty'n-llan. Number of large rocks protruding the surface, an obvious contender for HP is the largest rock, but believe a smaller one is the best bet. Trig pillar approx 80m ESE.jonglew15/09/2015
Parked car in small grassy lay-by on minor lane south of the coastal hills at SH 38877 94474 - room for one car. Main car park south-west of Llanbadrig was closed for refurbishment. Took lane east to bend, then grassy track north to west side of Porth Wen. Then followed coastal path a short way before diverting to climb up through little crags and low gorse to trig point. Then visited central top and western top too. Walk continued to Dinas Gynfor. Solo Nordic walk in fine sunny weather.marktrengove13/06/2015
On very enjoyable circular walk along coastal path from Cemaes Bay-Moel Llanlleiana-Dinas Gynfor-Graig Wen.With Bridget and Oscar(except Moel Llanlleiana).catman12/06/2015
With Catman and Oscar.rosiebridge12/06/2015
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie12/06/2015
Beautiful warm April day: Parked at end of track running from the S. As soon as access land is reached, another track leads directly to top.GordonAdshead22/04/2015
From small car park by old church north of Llanbadrig and along coastal path.Craig6712/02/2015
Save for a sunny day and walk the coast all along. Nearby mast for one end of a Measured Nautical Mile.Martin R23/03/2014
lovely coastal settingAdrian23/03/2014
Cemaes to Amlwch.Smudge29/11/2013
On excellent Cemaes to Porth Bay walk visiting two summits on/by coast path. A quiet lane gave an easy, pleasant return. With Petepwheeler19/09/2013
Large car park Cemaes Bay at SH 37489 93760. Climbed Dynas Gynfor and Craig Wen on fabulous 6.5 mile circular coastal walk. Retuned to car park walking west on very quiet minor road. Cut a large loop of road out via a public footpath to Llanbadrig.David Gradwell11/07/2010
Coast path - with GMJohnIvor05/05/2005
Andy West11/04/2019
andrew brown02/04/2017
Robert Kemp24/05/2016
Alex C28/07/2011