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Name:Mynydd Bodafon [Yr Arwydd]
Hill number:1961
Height:178m / 584ft
RHB Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
County/UA:Anglesey [Sir Fon] (CoU)
Island:Anglesey
Maritime area:North Wales - Anglesey
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (100-199m), SIB
(Ma,Hu,Tu,1,SIB)
Grid ref:SH 47248 85420
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:178m
Col:Sea
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 114
(1:25k) 263N
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 279 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on road just outside village of Bodafon - Track to Ty Mawr then onto hill at summit and trig. Circled hill on lanes returning via Bodafon Y Glyn and Ty Mawr.briandavies22/12/2018
Parked near the small lake and walked up small paths to Mynydd Bodafon and then Barclodiau.davidpettit8407/12/2018
On way back from Holyhead Mountain. Ten minutes there and back from car park with Rosie. Super hill, not so super visibility with mist beginning to roll inLongwojo16/10/2018
From car park below - easy up and down. Very good views and rewarding for the height. Very windy day with thunder storms threatening, so we'd had to cancel a bog walk in Snowdonia.Lazylizzie28/07/2018
From car park below - easy ten minutes return. Nice little hillCrib Goch12/07/2018
Short walk from car park.rhalstead25/12/2017
From large car park which is just up track to SW. With TJBtrimarc214/12/2017
Third of the day on my A55 bagfest. This is a lovely mini mountain, with wonderful views. A nice dry path to the top from the remarkably large car park to the SW, spoilt only by incontinent dogs and owners lacking poop scoops.Gill25/11/2017
GIdris28/08/2017
quick up and down from cp to the west.robertphillips05/08/2017
From Point Lynas, tagged onto the end of a coastal walkbardolph13/07/2017
Tandem tourTeasyChris28/06/2017
With Val. From lane to the East. Short walk on path through gorse and heather to summit. As we were near we went to Parys Mountain old mine site which is worth a visit.mike.hoult03/05/2017
Relatively easy access although path from Bodafon Isaf has been diverted as of date of walk. Path can be accessed from Bodafon but walkways are rotted through and path is very muddy towards Nant-y-Sebon.Castile27/04/2017
Parked in layby and headed up track past Buddha then sharp left up to summit. Excellent views of Snowdonia and the Menai Strait. Lovely peak. Company: Louise Desbottes and Jake the Black Lab.iandesbottes26/03/2017
Easy walk from car park to the W.milimana01/03/2017
All 3 summits of Mynydd BadafonJamesD197217/02/2017
Easy walk from car park to the west. Not another soul about. Also bagged trig and cache. Good views.Chingwakabungya25/10/2016
A very easy short walk & radio activation A very easy short walk & SOTA activation with Dave GW3TQQ & Victor GW4ONL.G4OOE11/10/2016
Great that you can park so close to the summit of this one. Good path, great views. The easiest Marilyn I've ever done! Just squeezed in between Holyhead Mountain and the Bangor train to Great Orme. With a very obliging CH, MH and AM.Mark Jackson25/08/2016
From car park off lane at SH 4703 8523.G4OBK (Phil)15/08/2016
With K in atrocious weather from E.Ashley15/07/2016
Nice smallish hill on a quiet area of the island. Parked at 475 856, used ROW then obvious tracks to the top.Cas-gwent24/05/2016
Short walk up from carpark. Windy but good view for little climbing. With stig_nestLaura.W09/03/2016
Having wisely changed plans and not gone up into the high Carneddau Laura and I pootled around Anglesey and Lleyn. This the first of 3 marilyns today in 30a. Short walk from cp to trig summit. Man alive was it windy.stig_nest09/03/2016
Alone in the rain. There is a path from the left where there is a hard farm track.tallblond14/11/2015
Parked on road and ascended from NE. Overcast, drysteve_a24/07/2015
Easy walk up from car park at SH 470852webmaster08/07/2015
Parked to NE at end of track (big lay by). High cloud, good views then rained off.iangalbraith05/07/2015
Parked by track south east of lake (GR468853)walked to next track on left and in short distance found what looks like informal car parking but not signposted a such. From here excellent path to Mynydd Bodafon, then Pen y Castell NE Top and Barclodia.ijpowell12/06/2015
Very pleasant circular walk from wonderful Traeth Lligwy-Pilot Boat Inn(!)-Barclodiau-Mynydd Bodafon-Traeth Lligwy.With Bridget and Oscar.catman11/06/2015
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie11/06/2015
With Oscar and Catman.rosiebridge11/06/2015
178mThe Grouse23/05/2015
Quick walk whilst looking around Anglesey dat after a Wedding in Treaddurraffemeister05/04/2015
carpark off road to SW. Fine hillThearlaichdubh23/03/2015
Small car park just off road, easy path to the trig point.Craig6712/02/2015
Got my Dad to drive us from Abergele to Anglesey. Quick run up from the `car park`. Another Marilyn to add to my 6(!). Nice rocky hill. Can see all of island.mattcymru14/11/2014
Lovely little hill with great views over the sea and Snowdonia- easy walk up from car parkMark Sims11/11/2014
another well marked track makes this an easy one...fine views to be hadFergalh18/09/2014
Solo - hiking from Beach to Hill back to beach lovely warm day, via footpathsdentalchimp23/08/2014
On a tour of Sir Ynys Mon bumps. From P at SH470852.summitsup16/06/2014
Bagged the trig point and a neraby caha whilst therebirder195110/06/2014
with Gerald DavisonM0YDH29/05/2014
Lovely path from the car park. Pity it was not longer.jim pererin23/04/2014
From the little car park in about 5 minutes with Gill and incredibly Laura(15) who actually got to the top first!SS20/04/2014
nice viewsAdrian23/03/2014
Short walk from the south. Also visited the nearby Romano British settlement of Din Lligwymindlessflogger16/03/2014
w Jenx from unsigned 'car park' off track to SW of hill, just off lane passing to South. Short walk/climb up ridge in jet-stream of a gale, with rain. Made trig and clung on, photo then battled back into the storm. Interesting, will need to come back for the views!nordicstar14/12/2013
Brynrefail circular.Smudge29/11/2013