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Name:Craig Dolfudr North Top [Pennant-Lliw]
Hill number:3391
Height:519m / 1703ft
Parent (Ma):2057  Moel Llyfnant
RHB Section:30D: Barmouth to Betws-y-Coed and Bala
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Arenigs
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Dee (Flint), Mawddach
Watershed:Cardigan Bay, Liverpool Bay
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
Grid ref:SH 82250 31704
Summit feature:rock 5m SW of cairn
Col:444m  SH813313  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 124 125
(1:25k) OL23E
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 39 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Craig Dolfudr. Picked up a path, marked with cairns, which brought me down to a gate at the bwlch. Then stiff ascent through little crags to the summit. Descent north to the Afon Lliw waterfalls was very tough country. Then down to the river to cross by a stone bridge a little west of the farm at Buarthmeini. Followed the lane south-east back to the car. Solo.marktrengove13/03/2018
Parked near phone box Dolhendre, over bridge and through Coed Bryn Bras, followed fence till near top then to Craig Dolfudr, across to North Top then some heavy heather bashing to Mynydd Bryn-llech.Then down faint path to Buarthmeini.Not an easy day.dgresty11/04/2017
Parked by phone box in Dolhendre at 853308 - After ascent of Craig Dolfudr down path/ATV track to gate in col & then made way up to large summit rock - NNW down to overgrown RoW & then rough going to narrow concrete footbridge at Buarthmeini - A 3½km road walk back to car. (PM)gerrybowes24/02/2017
Craig Dolfudr, Craig Dolfudr North Top and Mynydd Bryn Llech. Parked at 828325 but they put a note on my windscreen telling me it was private. More or less pathless and much harder than it looks on paper.clivevilla05/11/2016
From craig dolfudr, there is a path/sheep trod/quadbike track.DARRENG29/08/2015
From Dolhendre phone box, good track to the col but rather hard going along the ridge. With Wombourne.steve hudson19/08/2015
Parked at GR 852308 by telephone kiosk. Room for a few cars. Set off through forest then out onto open heath. We first climbed Craig y Llestri then set off through heather, bilberry, tussock grass and some bog to Craig Dolfudr summit then followed a feint path to the North Top. Descended north to a narrow bridge hidden in trees to cross the river near Buarthmeini then walked the road back to the car. Rained all day. With SH.wombourne19/08/2015
Moel y Feidiog,Bryn-pig,Craig y Dinas,Ffrith yr Allt-llwyd,Craig y Llestri (from Ffridd yr Allt-llwyd onwards forget about paths - they do not exist) Craig Dolfudr,Craig Dolfudr North Top,Mynydd Bryn-llech 9hr 10 min walk over pathless heather and squelch. Not recommended.ijpowell01/05/2015
From Dolhendre telephone box, easily following paths to Craig Dolfudr. Bit rougher to north top then heather to ROW below Mynydd Bryn-llech. Most of that pull on grass but return via ROW to Buarthmeini involved more heather and some interesting knee deep bog. Slow progress!SS15/02/2015
From phone box.mad max01/12/2014
3391 and 3392. Parked easily at Buarthmeini to NE. Through gate further up the road to bridge - (not obvious to find) Followed path but was tricky to follow so took a heather line to top. Between the summits is mainly a path and little/no heather.destaylor07/04/2014
From Mynydd Bryn-Ilech. Started in Dolhendre.JohnStoneham30/06/2013
Easy going rough ground between the Dolfudr tops - much tougher once you strike out westwards!Smudge16/10/2010
Start~ Pont Buarthmeini. 827326. Climbed a non existent right of way into Pennant-Lliw, gave up and made directly for the summit. Death by heather! From the top found a small path running off south to Craig Dolfudr itself. With RO.steve hudson08/08/2007
Solo, 2 and half hours around 3 Deweys to S of road having spent the same time doing tops to north of road. Nobody seen all day -unsurprisingly. All at the Christmas sales perhaps? Although Rob was here the day before I notice from his log! On my way from Sheffield to Leeds via here.Chris Pearson27/12/1997
Meirionydd Dewey bagging, walk 1/3; Bryn-pig, Moel y Feidiog, Mynydd Bryn-llech, Craig Dolfudr N Top (fine rough hill), Craig Dolfudr, Ffridd yr Allt-lwyd, Rhobell Ganol, Rhobell-y-big. RHW26/12/1997
Alex C27/05/2017
Andy West06/08/2012
David Purchase23/03/2009
carole engel19/07/2008