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Name:Moel y Geifr
Hill number:14417
Height:427m / 1401ft
Parent (Ma):2074  Moel Ysgyfarnogod
RHB Section:30D: Barmouth to Betws-y-Coed and Bala
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SH 63533 34884
Summit feature:cairn
Col:378m  SH646351  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 124
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Rufus from Road end SH62899 34242. Followed track E for a couple of hundred metres before attempting to follow track to left which turned out to not really exist on the ground. Bog hopped, stream hopped and dry stone wall-hopped curving from E to N towards the summit. A tricky final dry stone wall was difficult to get over due to high barbed wire but got over it eventually. Cloud inversion on Rhinog Fawr and snow on Yr Wyddfa.jacobrichmond22/11/2022
Circuit of Northern Rhinogs, starting from small woodland walks car park at SH626366. Took footpaths by Garth-byr, Coetty-mawr to eventually reach open hillside and climb Moel y Geifr. Descent to Llyn Eiddew-mawr and continued on W side. Continued SSE and eventually climbed the rough ridge to reach Clip. Continued along the ridge to Craig Ddrwg, Corn-y-stwc [Craig Ddrwg North Top], Moel Ysgyfarnogod, the two tops of Foel Penolau (the first requiring some care), Moel y Gyrafolen, Craig y Gwynt. Return by path running W to reach minor road via Caerwych, then path through woodland at Ceunant Coch to start. Some rough terrain and paths not always clear and some overgrown with bracken.RobertP29/07/2022
8/8 (Foel Fawr/Craig Wen/Foel Cynfal/Pen Y Foel Ddu/Y Garn South Top/Y Garn/Moel y Croseau/Moel y Geifir)Fergalh05/06/2022 Suprised at the lack of visits to this hillSleepwa1ker16/01/2022
Parked at the end of the road above Eisingrug. Visited Bryn Cader Faner first, then decided Foel Ysgyfarnogod was too much for the baby. So over to Moel y Geifr past Llyn Caerwych. Tremendous views.huwthomas30/07/2020
SH63541 34884Anton12/07/2013
Grassy parking area at end of minor road at SH 62905 34240. Moel y Geifr - Craig Ddrwg - Clip - Moel Ysgyfarnogod - Foel Penolau - Moel y Gyrafolen.David Gradwell25/07/2011
fine hill, grass & rock summit, lovely view of coast & many hills. from road-head to SW: N past farmm then E, return S then along unmapped stiled track RHW07/05/2006
A Peckish03/04/2022
Alex C25/10/2016
Edwin Gradwell25/07/2011