|Height:||86m / 282ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1994 Moelwyn Mawr|
|RHB Section:||30B: Snowdonia|
|Grid ref:||SH 61023 39615|
|Summit feature:||mossy outcrop|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 124|
|Survey:||Seco 2x Hand Level|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 7 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|#5 of 5 from NE, P SH614398, NE ridge a little brambly, couple of summits en route 1-2m lower by hand level, HP is mossy outcrop at SW end of ridge.||RHW||16/12/2017|
|Solo: Penrhyndeudraeth - Pen-y-bwlch - Pen Ty-fry - Ynys Berfedd - Penrhyn-isaf - Porthmadog. Following the ROW from the junction at SH613397 looks easy, but involved a heroic battle with brambles. Dropping down the N face was no easier, and steeper. The trees to the S had recently been felled - maybe an easier route? Not clear where on the ridge the highest point was.||Mark Jackson||22/08/2016|
|A fairly horrible hill. A slog through bracken and brambles and then wandered through trees until I was fairly satisfied I'd been over the top.||Herbert Anchovy||08/04/2015|