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Name:Foel Dugoed
Hill number:5177
Height:439m / 1440ft
Parent (Ma):2104  Esgeiriau Gwynion [Foel Rhudd]
RHB Section:30E: Bala to Welshpool
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Arans
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
Grid ref:SH 89389 13197
Summit feature:no feature
Col:304m  SH898157  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 124 125
(1:25k) OL23E
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 31 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in layby on A458 at 89704 12390 and went pretty much straight up Foel Dugoed then continued on a circuit of Mynydd Copog, Ffridd Ddu, Y Gribin, Cytir and Cefn Coch. A misty, dry January day and just under six hours and about thirteen quite hard miles.clivevilla24/01/2020
Eight in the morning but already shaping up to be another hot one. Excellent hill.Alex C19/05/2018
Rough cairn on small knoll of tussocky grass. Also visited nearby Dugoed -of similar height- OS say 2 m lower. Accessed from NW via Mynyndd Copog as part of wild walk. Clear views of Welsh mountains all around.Denise 16/02/2018
From the NW over rough grass, tussocks to the expansive summit plateau with un-marked grassy rise and cairn of sorts to its N.RichardM16/02/2018
4/6 (Craig y Gamell/Foel Dinas/Pen y Ffridd Cownwy/Foel Dugoed/Foel Y Groes/Moel y Cerrig Duon)Fergalh27/01/2018
From Myn Copog. Visited both tops. The lower one is more interesting having a number of stones maybe in a decide. The main top is a bit uninspiring. Worth noting that 1km or so away the top marked Dugoed is a very fine viewpoint. Descent alongside trees on Myn Copog. Very steep.stig_nest21/06/2016
As CW but from layby at 903126.Chris Peart22/10/2014
Parked at 897123 directly opposite small gate to fells (near MS). Several handy tracks lead steeply up through the bracken.GordonAdshead14/06/2014
If you park at the small space as shown below, there is a terrifying mile walk along the very busy A458 to a small gate at 897124 from which a steep ascent over sheep pastures and onto tussock leads to the unremarkable top.arranc10/04/2014
Limited parking for 1 car by a farm gate to the SE on the main road after the bend. All grass - no barbed wire.destaylor03/11/2011
Parked cheekily at start of farm track. Then used the sneak up, brazen down technique of going fair way up the PROW before heading up and then straight back - using three TV aerials as a line.Martin R31/08/2011
Parked in small layby at 908127, just after the U bend. Walked across bridge and headed straight up through woods. Crossed path and straight up hill into access land. Three barbed wire fences. Easy climb up to summit. No feature.chriswatson12/05/2011
Climbed solo on a long outing of 11km, 450m of ascent, from Glanllynmawr in upper Dyfi Valley via Afon Clywedog, back via Bwlch-coediog. Space for one small car at SH889164.Man of Kernow130/01/2011
fine hill, dullish summit, fine view. from phone box to S, climb pasture W side of stream RHW08/12/2002
Campbell Singer20/12/2014
Alan Whatley20/12/2014
Colin Crawford22/10/2014
andrew brown17/02/2013
carole engel11/07/2009