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Name:Mynydd Maes-glas [Mynydd Clywedog]
Hill number:3424
Height:532m / 1745ft
Parent (Ma):2104  Esgeiriau Gwynion [Foel Rhudd]
RHB Section:30E: Bala to Welshpool
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Arans
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
Grid ref:SH 91442 14712
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:475m  SH920156  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 125
(1:25k) OL23E
Observations:probable summit although ground 55m SSW at SH 91429 14663 could be as high
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
1/4 (Mynydd Maes-Glas(Mynydd Clywedog/Tir Rhiwiog/Cefn Brith Uchaf/Ffrid Ddu)Fergalh21/01/2018
Parked on tiniest bit of verge on minor road near Nant-yr-onog. Up track then north to Y Gribin. Good route. Long route NE then SE on mainly pathless rough moor to Foel Lluestbadion & Drum Ddu then SW to pick up track to Tir Rhiwiog. Cefn Brith Uchaf then more rough moor to Mynydd Maes-glas before returning north to West bound track back to start. Tough walking when not on tracks.ijpowell12/05/2017
Tir Rhiwiog, Drum Ddu, Foel Lluestbadlon, Cefn Brith Uchaf and Mynydd Maes-Glas from layby at 936139. Frisky cows with young calves on the first part of the track up and mostly pathless after Tir Rhiwiog but a glorious sunny day.clivevilla10/05/2017
Parked in layby at 936139 After ascent of Tir Rhiwiog continued W. & then S.W. to edge of forest at 919161 Up path/ATV track through heather to ridge & then continued south, partly on ATV track, to within ¼km of unmarked summit From summit, S. to vehicle track & shortly after crossing stream headed E. to micro dam & reservoir at 915139 Down ancient farm track to Maes-glas cottages & road walk back to car. (S)gerrybowes11/02/2017
Parked in yard of Maes Glas holiday cottage. Clearly unoccupied and no one around to ask. Left a note and wet up track. Beyond track end contoured around to a dam then cross country to higher track. up direct to rough grassy summit decent views though low cloud hiding the high tops. Hadnt spotted that one of the cows was a daddy cow until I was within 6ft of him but seemed placid enough.stig_nest21/06/2016
Parked in layby up from Dol-y-maen farm and walked down road to take track all the way to the summit of Tir Rhiwiog. From there track down through forest then over tough terrain to a rather lonely gate into the felled forestry area. Fairly straightforward hopping past small pond to summit of Mynydd Maes-glas after passing track. Then headed straight east to regain the track - detour to head of boggy area then clamber through heather and tussocks for easy descent on track.SS16/04/2016
Mynydd Maes-glas and Tir Rhiwiog from A458 layby, in fresh snow.rhalstead21/11/2015
From 3418. Then descended along the westerly of the 2 tracks - lovely walking. Then a slog along the road to the layby.destaylor05/03/2015
Parked in the layby on A458. Took track up from main road at approx 943136 making a circular trip of Tir Rhiwiog, Drum Ddu, Foel Lluestbadlon, Cefn Brith Uchaf and Mynydd Maes-glas. Only attempted because the poor conditions prevented me from heading up Aran Fawddwy.JohnStoneham11/11/2013
Dull top in drizzly weather. However finding the track to Maes-glas house in descent adds interest. Lot clearer on the map than it is on the ground.Martin R02/01/2013
With MP and AJ. Climbed on round after Tir Rhiwiog, descending back to A458 by scenic Glyn Clywedog.marktrengove12/05/2012
Start ~ 935138, Layby. Walked down road then followed stream up to Hen Bwll. Faint traces of an old trackway are apparent. Took a direct line up the steep grassy slope to summit. With Wombourne and Ron.steve hudson15/02/2012
wet grass/heather descent to road @ 928138. from layby A458 @ 125:936139 RHW19/09/1998
Alex C19/05/2018
Andy West07/08/2012
Tony J27/02/2011
carole engel05/03/2009
David Purchase01/10/2008