Elevation

1,820 ft / 555 m

Prominence

912 ft / 278 m

Summits

960 summits

Top climbing months

May   12%

March   10%

June   9%

"By my standard route from Bwlch Penbarra via the forest to the summit, then south on the Offa's Dyke Path. Grey skies, with some light rain borne in on a strong southerly wind. Solo." - marktrengove2, Nov 8, 2018
"From the bwlch to the south of Moel Arthur south along the Offa's Dyke Path national trail, returning the same way, with a detour to visit the summit of Moel Dywyll. Hazy warm autumn sunshine, but with a strong warm south-easterly wind. Spotted a kestrel, and wheatears. Solo." - marktrengove2, Oct 10, 2018
"By my standard route up through the forest and down the south ridge. The heat wave continued. Strong sunshine, cloudless skies and a south-east wind. Solo. Spotted Large White, Speckled Wood, Meadow Brown and Small Heath butterflies." - marktrengove2, Jul 2, 2018
"By my standard route from the lane to Bwlch Penbarra via the forest path, descending on the south ridge on the Offa's Dyke path. A morning ascent in very hot weather, with cloudless skies and fierce sunshine. Fresh south-east wind. Solo." - marktrengove2, Jun 28, 2018
"By my standard route from the lane to Bwlch Penbarra via the forest path, descending on the south ridge on the Offa's Dyke path. Sunshine and high broken cloud brought in on a fierce cold NW wind. It felt more like March than June! Saw a Red Admiral in the forest. Solo. 276/366." - marktrengove2, Jun 21, 2018

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