Name:Sweeney Mountain
Hill number:17144
Height:189m / 620ft
Parent (Ma):2087  Cadair Berwyn
SMC/RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire
Topographical area:WN08 Berwyn-gyrn
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:SJ 27929 25613
Summit feature:no feature: ground near fence by house
Drop:33m
Col:156m  SJ275255  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 126
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
It's the Sweeney guv! Wish I had been in the flying squad (in a literal sense) for this one.TK17/10/2023
https://www.strava.com/activities/8654406800Sleepwa1ker03/03/2023
Space for one car up lane, then up track to house at top.PeterD10/08/2022
Space for a car to park to S at start of ROW. Up ROW, then unmarked drive. Went to actual summit. Only the final 20m is in sight of the house. As there is no footpath sign at the point where the drive leaves the ROW, if I had been caught, I would have claimed to be looking for the footpath!PGCE23/07/2022
Difficult to reach summit as on private land, but interesting walk via Dolgoch nature reserve and old tramway.Pjb10016/12/2021
Parked in rough layby SJ 2792 2549. The summit is by the front door (NOT on the drive)carole engel01/11/2020
Walked from Sweeney Hotel. Main road dangerous but hill gives good views. 4 mile round trip.Andrew Pearson08/09/2020
Parked well up the lane and walked last 150 mts up driveway to just outside house and made a quick exit. Felt I was invading personal space.Campbell Singer24/08/2018
Getting dark and loitering near isolated houses could get one arrested or shot! A car was parked on drive at what seemed to be highest point next to house.Aye Jimmy15/10/2017
This hill taught me how unobvious summits can be. Hitherto I had assumed that any 'hill' that one could 'bag' had to be out in the sticks, not on somebody's driveway, or indeed, master bedroom.nwormgage19/05/2017
Difficulty wasn't a crude problem. Automobile utilised 90% of the way. An entirely wasted house rests atop. Views tree like, experience gamely. Epitaph: pleasant tumping for all the family.tumpawumpa19/05/2017
Easy walk up from road as far as garden fence !heavyhorses07/05/2016
Must have been past a hundred previous times before venturing up the lane. Summit approach all on very good surface. Driveway top..no pics..car on drive with bonnet open.with Laura.w. 4/10stig_nest04/05/2016
With stig_nest. A mountain this is not! Good short track up to the high pointLaura.W04/05/2016
Parked to the NE and walked up the access road and across a field. It is potentially rather embarrassing as the high point is fairly close to a house on their drive.clivevilla23/12/2015
From ENE, RoW passes R of last house in lane. HP in front of a house. Apparently it turns out this was my 10,000th summit on hill-bagging - I could have chosen a more auspicious one!RHW14/03/2015
A clear misnomer and there's a house on the highest bit. A wander from Sweeney Fen Nature Reserve at SJ 274 249.summitsup23/01/2014
duddingl02/09/2023
Wycombe Wanderer25/10/2022
BrianMatthews21/08/2022
Martin R14/04/2022
MM06/01/2022
DJClarke10/10/2021
Adrian05/04/2019
ngthack19/02/2019
GordonAdshead10/10/2018
Dusty22/09/2018
andrew brown13/05/2016
Alex C17/02/2015