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TP4861 - Moel Oernant
18th Sep 2012 16:21 by Glaslyn
Lovely circular walk from minor road above holiday village at Trawsfynnyd. Great views and didnt see a soul for hours! Pillar has no flush bracket.
23rd Nov 2011 12:39 by trigging on an island
I began the morning nice and early at Penrhos Isaf, to the southeast of Ganllwyd. I followed forest tracks and the old Roman Road Sarn Helen northwards, seeing some deer along the way. I took the Penystryd footpath which led across access land to 500 metres west of the trig. I had to walk round it twice to make sure that I hadn't missed the flush bracket. It was overcast and dull, but I could still see for many miles from the pillar. I descended through sheepy fields and joined the unfenced road between Bodyfuddau and Bronasgellog, leaving me with just a couple more kilometers to cover into Trawsfynydd.
25th Sep 2008 14:10 by Terry L
Fragile-looking stone pillar. Metal plug [raised letters]. Public. Access Land. Snowdonia National Park. From minor road at Penystryd, east of Bronaber holiday village, direct strike across tussocky moor to large lake Llyn Gelli-Gain. Hill & trig clearly visible from there on good day. Easily reached & not a hard ascent. Featureless moorland landscape & should not be ventured into in poor visibility.
19th Jul 2008 00:00 by bogdodger
2nd Mar 2008 12:00 by peregrinus
Stonebuilt pillar, top screed damaged exposing end of spider. Metal cap, wide raised letters. No FB. Nice grassy summit. Simple ascent from SE (large passing place), skirting N of boggy area at start.
31st Mar 2004 14:55 by barryhunter
Think would have excellent view if it wasnt for the heat haze today! Quite a trodge up over damp heather and bogs, but worth it. There is also a concrete platform nearby? Translates as: Cold Stream Hill
3rd Dec 2003 14:00 by Crwydryn
Stone built pillar, this trig station was never fitted with a flush bracket
26th Dec 1997 12:00 by peregrinus
No details noted - fine view, Goosander on little summit llyn
8th Aug 1996 00:00 by widget
Left house at 0730 & was walking by 0800. Farm track runs all way to .404, then a surprisingly long slog ('trodge' is right Barry!) over boggy ground to trig. Interesting slate construction at head of intervening re-entrant(?) Difficult track to follow around N slopes on way down. Pretty little slate footbridge crosses river by road.
4th Aug 1996 00:00 by mickandshane
Local stone. No FB (never had one according to OS)
28th Apr 1983 00:00 by RogerTempleman
Trig point and view The only trig point without a FB