|Height:||490m / 1608ft|
|Parent (Ma):||2104 Esgeiriau Gwynion [Foel Rhudd]|
|RHB Section:||30E: Bala to Welshpool|
|Nuttall/Wainwright area:||The Berwyns|
|Grid ref:||SH 92615 31704|
|Summit feature:||rocks on knoll|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 125|
|Observations:||ground 25m N at SH 92616 31730 and 80m WNW at SH 92540 31745 may be as high|
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 12 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|This one is a bit of a challenge as well. The summit is clear but getting there - well be prepared to be scratched and scraped.||Ianto&Sue||12/05/2019|
|6/7 (Moel Cae-howel/Y Graig/Foel y Ddinas/Craig Foel Y Ddinas/Rhiwaedog-uwch-Afan/Is-Afan/Moel Dwern-Nannau)||Fergalh||21/10/2017|
|From Rhiwaedog back to main track towards Is Afon. Through forest at its narrowest point which was easy enough. Followed forest edge over rough grass. Its an interesting hill, I couldnt make my mind up whether the several hollows were from mining..i thought not. So sinkholes? Surely not. Bomb craters? Whatever, a fine wee hill.||stig_nest||18/06/2016|
|Parked by the bridge at 913303 where the road becomes a track, quite a bit of space here. Several areas of the forest to the south west of the summit have recently been harvested making the ground a little uneven.||JohnStoneham||05/05/2013|
|Start SH925309 on bridleway to forest edge and then fence to top, over fence at SH925317 and half left through small gap in trees to top.
|heather knoll N of pltn fence higher. f/p from Is-afon mostly clear, as is descent from W to rd at Glyn-bach||RHW||18/06/2011|