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Name:Moel Maenefa
Hill number:5165
Height:289m / 948ft
Parent (Ma):2051  Mynydd y Cwm [Coed Cwm]
RHB Section:30C: Llandudno to Wrexham
County/UA:Denbighshire [Sir Ddinbych] (CoU)
Hill area:Clwydian Hills
Class:Tump (200-299m), Subhump, Clem
Grid ref:SJ 08713 74418
Summit feature:small cairn
Col:191m  SJ086758  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 116
(1:25k) 264N 265
Observations:trig point has been destroyed
Comments:Hump demoted Jan 2013
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GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 77 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Frow walking a section of Offa's DykeJim.Fothergill29/10/2019
Second section of the Pilgrims' WayClaireb 18/06/2019
Rhuallt and Moel MaenfaTarkus06/06/2019
Skirted summit along Offa's Dyke PathPeapod2130/05/2019
From road NEJamesD197206/05/2019
Missed when did ODP. Good viewpoint and nice stroll on the shortest day of the year.JohnIvor21/12/2018
Parking: At road junction to the SE at SJ09162 74147.David Evans13/05/2018
Parked at SJ09880 72328 (parking for numerous cars) then walked up to summit of Cefn Du and across to Moel Maenefa and back. Quiet, nice countryside. With Mart and Daisy.John Eley26/02/2017
Me and Alf. No trig point just a pile of stones.jrj24/11/2016
Bagged whilst walking Offa's Dyke pathRamblingpaul25/06/2016
With Bevsimon and co20/08/2015
Just off my last day on ODP in March 1997. Column has gone.arranc07/08/2015
Climbed from the Offas dyke trail. Very windy But lovely views. The top Is grassy.Dazingdale27/10/2013
From St Beuno's. Climbed very slowly and mindfully in the company of J.M. Hopkins on a hot spring-summer day.Man of Kernow108/06/2013
From Offa's Dyke Path - easy climb.Chris Peart12/10/2012
3rd of 5 on a day when I was polishing off a few quick ones. A quick walk up from road but the trig is now missing :-(heavyhorses09/09/2012
Easy parking on the grass verge at the road to the south east. Nice quick walk to the top and good views.The Team22/03/2012
nice walk from offa's dyke path. easy to spot high point in field. Small CairnAngelfon05/09/2011
nice walk from offa's dyke path. easy to spot high point in field. Small CairnAlunrees3305/09/2011
From road SE (092741) followed Offas Dyke path then field boundary N to summit, stile in only fence.tim74701/09/2011
Parked nr junction and ROW. Followed ROW to eh field then n and nw. Pile of stones.chrisbien12/04/2011
walked Offas Dyke path from Rhuallt. Diversion to top of hill. As said, no trig but found pile of stones. Good views towards Colwyn Bay.Argentum6618/08/2010
Parked 092 741. Thought that I was losing the plot until read John Edwards below. Trig has disappeared. Replaced by 20-30 small stones.destaylor09/07/2010
there are many footpaths in this area that can take you to the top. from the road or the village it takes about 30/40 mins.alisonp19/05/2010
Small cairn on TumulusPeteF17/01/2010
The trig point has disappeared!signyred04/12/2009
Via Offas Dyke to SE, parking for 2-3 cars, super 360 degree views from summit; dry, clear but cloudy.Dugswell218/06/2009
After visiting nearby new Marilyn Mynydd y Cwm. Was surprised to find the trig had completely disappeared! All that remains is a patch and small cairn. Trig not found in the vicinity.Aye Jimmy30/05/2009
Easy climb from bridleway to the south. High spot easy to find.andrew brown17/05/2009
pleasant pasture summit;pleasant view. RHW22/03/2003
Richard Gunn06/02/2017
Mark Sims17/12/2015
Pete R20/12/2013
Wycombe Wanderer07/05/2013
Alex C04/04/2013
Barbara Singer02/02/2013
Campbell Singer02/02/2013
Matt Hicks19/09/2012
carole engel21/08/2012