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Name:St Tudwal's Island East
Hill number:14858
Height:36.3m / 119ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Island:Mono Tump island
Maritime area:North Wales - Cardigan Bay
Class:Tump (0-99m), SIB
(Tu,0,SIB)
Grid ref:SH 34039 25977
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:36.3m
Col:Sea
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 123
(1:25k) 253
Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 16 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Machroes, solo kayak, landed NE side just E of renovated priory, fairly easy landing on rocks, fairly calm in lee, although magicseaweed forecast 3-4ft swell about right with waves heading to north thru channel between Tudwal West and mainland, I headed directly into them then E in shelter of West island (didn't revisit), calm between the islands, round E end of East island to find landing. Nice easy paddle back with waves seemingly less. Hope Aberdaron has subsided for Gwylan islands this pm. Chilly drizzly day.RHW22/09/2018
Landed on rocks on the east side near to little house /church. Nice new metal statue at topDARRENG17/09/2016
andrew brown17/09/2016
Bagged again at 7:30 am after spending a lovely peaceful night on this lovely island.Dugswell216/08/2015
The Sunday trip, kindly arranged by AR. Did a clockwise circuit of the island, taking in the summit, house, cave and stone circle. Great fun! With IB and JG.marktrengove16/08/2015
Thanks to AR for organization and one of the co-owners, Carl, for granting permission to land. HP has a badly eroded and broken iron cross cemented into the carin. Black rabbits attempt to keep vegetation under control. A pair of choughs have assured the SSSI status of the island.jonglew16/08/2015
iaindbrown16/08/2015
Thanks to Adrian Rayner for organising access to this nice island :-)assynt_bob15/08/2015
Bagged at 6pm after being dropped off by Carl to spend the night as part of the Famous Five explore St Tudwal's Island East.Dugswell215/08/2015
Day trip from London to become one of the Saturday four who beat back the vegetation for those to come.Smudge15/08/2015
Summit bagged in the evening before spending the night in the houseTony J15/08/2015
By far the most difficult part of this walk was landing on the island. I would not have made it but for sterling assistance from Bob and from Carl.David Purchase15/08/2015
LighthouseSarah15/08/2015
Cairn with cross hit by lightning at the summitAdrian19/04/2015
Minor miracle worked by Adrian to get 5 of us out to this island.Alex C19/04/2015
Solo kayak from Abersoch. Calm conditions but plenty of tidal flow. Landed east side near old steps.AndySblank