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Name:Craig y Garreg-lwyd
Hill number:14352
Height:480m / 1575ft
Parent (Ma):2068  Manod Mawr
SMC/RHB Section:30D: Barmouth to Betws-y-Coed and Bala
Topographical area:WN05 Siabod-arenig
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SH 73539 42821
Summit feature:outcrop on NW edge of knoll
Col:449m  SH737428  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 124
(1:25k) OL18W
Observations:outcrop 5m SE is fractionally lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 31 users)ByDate of Ascent
From near Lynn Dubach. Mist down low over the tops, and light rain driven by wind. Y Garnedd, then tried to continue to N top but didn't find easy crossing of fragile wire fence. Continued to Craig y Garreg-lwyd (visiting several other lumps around 480m and on to Craig y Garreg-lwyd West Top. Returned via S side of Llyn Morwynion Reservoir and path heading to S side of Lynn Dubach. Some wet terrain.RobertP03/07/2024
from llyn dubach bryn glas>craig y carreg lwyd > Craig y carreg lwyd west top >moel sarnen > Moel Wnog sw top >Moel Wnog > point 479 return via shooting box and east of y garnedd 10 ksunderhill10/06/2023
Across boggy ground to the EArbie14/02/2023
From CP at viewpoint near spot height 372. Round of 3 deweys and 3 tump.Moorponder10/07/2022
6/8 (Carreg Y Foel-Groen/Y Garnedd/Y Gamallt/Y Gamallt North Top/Moel Wnog/Craig Y Garreg-Lwyd/Craig Carreg-Lwyd West Top/Craig Y Gwynt)Fergalh04/06/2022
various hummocks of similar height in thick grass. Returned to car at Lyn Dubach over mainly pathless thick grass.Denise 16/07/2021
The last of the circuit of 6 excellent little hills all with fine views.RichardM16/07/2021
With Rufus from Llyn Dubach, summits of Moel Gamallt, Moel Wnog and both tops of Craig y Garreg Lwyd. Took quarry track between Carreg y Foel Gron and Y Garnedd, made a beeline straight to Moel Gamallt. Walked N to pick up faint track along wall W to a good track heading S to near the summit of Moel Wnog. Vehicle track and quarry incline to Craig y Garred Lwyd and a simple walk back towards Carreg y Foel Gron.jacobrichmond26/03/2020
From Llyn Dubach, 6 hill routeJamesD197208/05/2017
Me and Alf.jrj04/05/2017
Carreg y Foel Gron, Y Garnedd, Y Gamallt, Y Garnedd N Top, Moel Wnog, Craig y Garreg Lwyd and Craig y Garreg Lwyd W Top. Some paths but mostly pathless but not too bad underfoot. 8 miles, 3h 30.clivevilla01/05/2017
Continuation of walk from Craig y Garreg-lwyd 478m. Crossed fence again and dropped down to boggy bwlch, then up to visit the various summits along this craggy hill. Walk continued to Moel Wnog 473m. Solo.Man of Kernow101/11/2015
Y Gamallt, Y Garnedd North Top, Moel Wnog, Craig y Garreg-llwyd West Top, Craig y Garreg-llwyd, Carreg y Foel-gron,Y Garnedd, Carreg y leirchijpowell24/09/2015
fine hill & setting (despite rain). RHW18/09/2004
Exact date unknown but in the years 1986-1990 i used these hills to train junior soldiers in navigation when i worked full time at hafodgwenllian outdoor centre.thenomad10/11/1987
A Peckish31/08/2020
Alex C21/07/2014