Wales peaks

1,905 peaks

Highest peak

Snowdon - Yr Wyddfa

3,560 ft / 1,085 m

Most summited peak

Moel Fama

903 summits

Most prominent peak

Snowdon - Yr Wyddfa

3,408 ft / 1,039 m prom

Wales summits

2,084 summits

First Ascent Awards

368 of 1,905 peaks 19%

Top climbing months

April 13%

June 12%

May 10%

Wales mountains highlights

"From the car park on the A44, east along the bridleway, then cutting north to Highgate Hill then eastish again to the trig point on The Smatcher. Then back down to bridleway, up to farm building, climb up Castle Hill then joining footpath again back to parking. Good panoramic views. Quite a bit of livestock, including obstinate cows (it took the mention of horseradish sauce to really get them moving)." - The Smatcher, vygodski, Jul 19, 2018
"From the car park on the A44, east along the bridleway, then cutting north to Highgate Hill then eastish again to the trig point on Smatchers. Then back down to bridleway, up to farm building, climb up Castle Hill then joining footpath again back to parking. Good all panoramic views." - Highgate Hill, vygodski, Jul 19, 2018
"Up to the path cutting across half way up from the Standing Stone car park, then W and then E up the zigzag to the trig point on Hay Bluff. Then on to the Black Mountain summit along a well-laid stone and gravel path before returning the same way. Didn't have time to go further along the ridge." - Black Mountain, vygodski, Jul 18, 2018
"Up to the path cutting across half way up from the Standing Stone car park, then W and then E up the zigzag to the trig point. Then on to the Black Mountain summit before returning the same way. Nice cooler day with a sprinkling of long awaited rain this dry summer." - Hay Bluff, vygodski, Jul 18, 2018
"Thursday 12 July 2018. An ascent of Hatterall Hill 531m/44m (Section 32A), near Llanthony Priory, Monmouthshire, South Wales. 9.8km, with 340m of ascent. 4hrs 0mins. I joined MP for this hike in the far eastern section of the Brecon Beacons National Park. MP drove us south in his car to the attractive town of Hay-on-Wye, and then over the Gospel Pass into the secluded Vale or Ewyas, where a narrow lane led south to Llanthony Priory, the starting point for our hike. Llanthony Priory (see at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llanthony_Priory) is a ruined church and priory, originally occup" - Hatterrall Hill, marktrengove2, Jul 12, 2018

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