Name:Mynydd Myfyr
Hill number:17003
Height:341m / 1119ft
Parent (Ma):2087  Cadair Berwyn
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (300-399m)
(Tu,3)
Grid ref:SJ 24401 27433
Summit feature:embedded rock 1m from trig point
Drop:55m
Col:286m  SJ242279  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 126
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Almost impossible to park in Hafod Lane but a passing place next to a gateway had to do for a quick bag, N. along lane then via stile at SJ24362767 and fp. Lots of ferns but grass track just below, the on ridge- good local views.pwheeler02/05/2023
From the Old Oswestry Racecourse.mad max02/03/2023
Parked to NW in a passing place. N to ROW, up to ridge, then along animal tracks to trig and summit.PGCE23/07/2022
https://www.strava.com/activities/6501932305Sleepwa1ker09/01/2022
Parked to NE, along road to FP, past renovated farm house and then south along ridge to HP and trig. Good views.PeterD18/06/2021
As Denise and RichardMAlan Moore15/12/2020
Lovely spot with path from north up grassy ridge with trig on a bright cold day. HP small mound near trig. Some gorse and bracken if you don't follow path.Denise 22/11/2020
From the lane to W, initially along RoW then S unhindered over sheep pasture with bracken. Great views.RichardM22/11/2020
Parked in pull-in to the West SJ242273. Quick up and down. No problem in the bracken off season.David Evans27/04/2019
Also intrigued by recess on trig.ngthack19/02/2019
Trig bagging. Steep climb for good views.David Bremner30/10/2018
Obvious route from west.Wycombe Wanderer06/09/2018
Should have taken Aye Jimmy’s advice on how to avoid the bracken. Waded through head high ferns to reach an obvious path near the top. Followed this on descent and then walked south along lane back to car.Campbell Singer24/08/2018
From passing place in lane to W. Gate into field, at first NE then S avoids the bracken. Nice summit and trig with unusual cavity in it.Aye Jimmy15/10/2017
First time doing the trefonen across the Cynnlaith walk. Only the 10 miles this time, for the sake of BannerzBaggins. Prodded up by walk organisers as we had started late! I like this hill - it is ok.tumpawumpa27/05/2017
Part of Trefonen hill walk. I found it hard but was victorious and am now aching. With tumpawumpaBannerzBaggins27/05/2017
I agree with tumpawumpa. OK hill. Oddly enough I had a political debate up here also. I was exploring the possibility of doing the 'Across the Cynllaith' hill walk topless with 'Corbyn for King' painted on my chest. We live in a blue world.nwormgage27/05/2017
Popped up here for a political debate in my break. Don't know own why as I will be back up here tomorrow for the trefonen hill walktumpawumpa25/05/2017
Small pull-in on the road to the west. Head upwards via the stile at the start of the footpath 100m to the north. This means you that you can ascend unnoticed. From the top head straight downwards to the gate opposite the parking spot. 852m round trip. 15 minutes.moorsman17/05/2017
Superb view today. With Laura.w. 8/10stig_nest04/05/2016
With stig_nest.Laura.W04/05/2016
Parked in lane to the west. Quite a nice top with trig.clivevilla23/12/2015
As part of fell raceTimJenny18/05/2014
From SJ 244 278.summitsup23/01/2014
Branched off Offas dyke on B4380. Took minor track heading south and then used track to Pant-y-ffynon that then leads to a footpath around the property and a stile. I then followed the grassy track to the trig point. Lovely 360 degree views. I headed back the same way but used the footpath bypassing the track leading onto same minor track.Dazingdale02/11/2013
Trig bagging :-)heavyhorses29/05/2012
Been up here a few times. I love how just the top porgion has a wild hilly feeltumpawumpa10/06/2011
1.17pm with Jamie, hot humid thick heat hazevegibagger05/08/2004
attractive rock/grass/heather summit. gate from NW, park roadside RHW21/02/2004
esti date but on Mynydd Myfyr hill run - sunny hot day, its a superb event.. nice summit, also visited years later as a linear walk along offas path from llany to osw.stig_nest31/08/1998
Walked many times, from Trefonen.noxibis01/01/1998
Martin R14/04/2022
TK29/08/2020
davefh23/08/2020
Jordanelouise19/04/2020
Alan Caine05/06/2019
Adrian05/04/2019
GordonAdshead10/10/2018
thenomad25/07/2018
MM17/05/2018
my-list17/09/2017
NickiW10/06/2017
dejboyo27/05/2017
RichardJ5105/04/2017
duddingl29/05/2016
andrew brown13/05/2016
Dusty12/05/2016
Alex C17/02/2015
windridge11/11/2013
carole engel22/02/2012