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Name:Mynydd Tir-y-cwmwd
Hill number:7500
Height:132.6m / 435ft
Parent (Ma):1958  Carneddol
RHB Section:30A: Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Subhump
Grid ref:SH 32901 30950
Summit feature:large cairn 40m NE of trig point
Col:41m  SH 3255 3176  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 123
(1:25k) 253
Observations:embedded rocks by trig are lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 59 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Pen Llyn Coastal Trail MarathonClaireb 26/05/2019
Lovely walk around the headland with my daughter, using NT car park then across beach taking steep path up through woodland to the metallic Man sculpture then around on coastal path with gorse and heather in flower. We took a narrow path upto summit area visiting Cairn and Trig. Great view of the St Tudwall Islands. Back on track and path through field passing benign Black Bull and cows to emerge near church and cafe/arts centre with nearby cinema.Dazingdale24/08/2017
With Jenx and Bryher from NT parking nr beach. Amazingly steep steps on North side, then pleasant 'coastal' path around top until line to summit area reached. Back down to West of hill and lane into village, nice tea shop visited.nordicstar11/06/2017
Parked in NT car park near beach and walked up lane past church and chapel and onto path from north. Very open top with great views.Mark Sims21/03/2017
Nice headland. Up from the beach car park with Bev.simon and co02/01/2017
With Sue on a damp day - circuit from Llanbedrog. Also walked on previous visits to the area.Phreerunner21/11/2016
From Llanbedrog and backMarkGD19/08/2016
Detour on Wales Coast Path section between Pwllheli and Cilan. Nice spot, great panoramic views.thesweetcheat11/03/2016
Parked grass verge near entrance to The Warren. Walked though the holiday village to beach, along the sands and scrambled up the cliffs, through waist-high gorse to reach good path at SH 33463 30585, after which it was straight forward! Returned via the more sensible car park somewhere around SH 32533 31200 then a pleasant (not) mile walk alongside the A499. Apart from the cliff scramble this was not the best way to do this hill.jonglew16/08/2015
Car park to NW , track to top.Adrian15/08/2015
From parking place just beyond caravan site above town. Pleasant walk up on road and BP to column 8379 and cairn viewpoint etc 40 yards further. Nice hill.arranc08/08/2015
Plas Glyn-y-Weddw to the iron man statue then along the coast returning to Llanbedrog via Mynydd Tir-y-cwmwd (133m). Distance = 4.09km. Average moving speed = 4.0km/h. Time moving = 1:01. Ascent = 86m.paulnewby8104/05/2015
From the NT carpark Llanbedrog, across beach(be aware of tides), then up steep steps to Iron man, then round coastal path up to trig from west tip. Sun & cloud, breezy but nice & dry.apricorum26/02/2014
Circular Rogers walk from Llanbedrog. Superb viewpoint. With Bridget, Oscar and Bonnie.catman02/09/2013
With Catman,Oscar and Bonnie.rosiebridge02/09/2013
With Bridget,Bonnie and Catman.oscarrosie02/09/2013
quick walk up from NT car park...would have been great views on a clear day,lolheavyhorses22/08/2013
with trig pillar, S8379, Camped in a little enclave at back of national trust car park and ate my Chinese veg curry on the beach in the moonlight and came exploring next morning for the best way for this Tump n trig this morning. V clear moon skies from last night gone. Who put in nasty sea mist and a stiff breeze with grey blanket overhead. This isn't what the forecasters promised!! Feel of wild moorland Lovely colour mixtures purples and browns in heather greens and yellows in the gorse. Wild and mighty chilly. Last night was the sound of the lapping ocean waves, with curry. Both, yummy!!vegibagger21/08/2013
Climbed as part of Llyn Coastal Path. With Ian, Gary, Chris, Phil and Fred.mavero1007/06/2013
From large National Trust car park in Llanbedrog at SH 33074 31501. Walked back to car park entrance then followed Coastal Path signs through Plas Glyn y Weddw (large Victorian Gothic mansion). Pass the mansion and beyond the open air theatre there is a new footpath through the woods that meets the original coastal path at the Iron Man statue.David Gradwell26/05/2013
Up steep (very) steps from beach to sculpture then up to topBramley19/03/2013
Quick bag from narrow road parking spot passed caravan site. Trig or large cairn nearby could be true top.Dugswell218/09/2012
Walked up with family.stever11/08/2011
Walked up from Llanbedrog with family. Been here previously in about 07 or 08.Herbert Anchovy11/06/2011
As HA.Chimp11/06/2011
Forgot to log on the day but have written the trig plate number marked on my map!signyred07/06/2009
heathy gorsy summit, good paths (hazy view). from NW (parking for 1 car), path thru gorse to summit RHW19/06/2005
From Llanbedrogmavero1003/03/1985
Estimated - on family holidayJohnIvor01/08/1982
Scrambled up from beach during family holiday at The Warren caravan site.chriswatson01/07/1977
Alan Whatley16/11/2017
Andy West25/09/2017
andrew brown16/07/2016
Robert Kemp25/05/2016