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Llandudno to Wrexham Area
Feature count in area: 70, by county: : 69, Flintshire [Sir Fflint] (CoH) Flintshire: 1,
Highest Place: Moel y Gamelin 576.9m

Starting Places in area Llandudno to Wrexham:

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Summits & other features in area Llandudno to Wrexham:
Boncyn Foel-bach 408m, Bryn Euryn 131m, Bryn Ocyn 441m, Bryn Pydew 128m, Bryn y Gors-goch 453m, Bryn yr Orsedd 405m, Cader Dinmael 452m, Cefn Du 422m, Cefn y Cist 492m, Cefn yr Ogof 204.4m, Coed Hyrddyn [Moel Tan y Coed] 232.4m, Cyrn-y-Brain 564.6m, Eglwyseg Mountain 512.1m, Esclusham Mountain 460m, Ffrithuchaf 404m, Foel 433m, Foel Frech 453m, Foel Gasnach 405m, Fron Fawr 378m, Great Orme 207.1m, Hope Mountain 330m, Little Orme [Creigiau Rhiwledyn] 141m, Llechwedd 450m, Llys Dymper 466.2m, Llys y Frenhines 414m, Maesyrychen Mountain 420.9m, Moel Dywyll 475m, Moel Eithinen 434m, Moel Fodiar 390m, Moel Garegog 413.1m, Moel Llanfair 447m, Moel Llys-y-coed 465m, Moel Maelogen 424m, Moel Morfydd [Llantysilio Mountain] 549.6m, Moel Plas-yw 420m, Moel Rhiwlug 433m, Moel Seisiog 467.1m, Moel Tywysog 400.1m, Moel y Faen [Llantysilio Mountain] 547.1m, Moel y Gaer 503.5m, Moel y Gaer 303.7m, Moel y Gamelin 576.9m, Moel y Plas 440m, Moel Ytta 404m, Moelfre Isaf 317m, Moelfre Uchaf 396m, Mwdwl-eithin 389m, Mwdwl-eithin 470m, Mynydd Marian 208m, Mynydd Poeth 417m, Mynydd Rhyd Ddu 389m, Mynydd Tryfan 402m, Pen yr Orsedd 442.2m, Penbryn-ci 447.4m, Tre-pys-llygod 320m, Y Drum 417m
Clwydian Hills: Bryn Alyn 408.3m, Foel Fenlli 510.9m, Moel Arthur 456m, Moel Famau 554.8m, Moel Gyw 467m, Moel y Waun 411.9m, Mynydd y Cwm [Coed Cwm] 304.8m, Penycloddiau 440m
Hiraethog: Bryn Trillyn 497.8m, Craig Bron-banog 501.8m, Gorsedd Bran 518m, Marial Gwyn [Foel Goch] 519m, Mwdwl-eithin 532m, Tir Mostyn 492m

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Llys y Frenhines, 414m Hill
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Grid Reference SJ06400 55100, OS 1:50k mapsheet 116
Place visited by: 2 members, recently by: rhw, Fergalh
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Longitude: -3.398911, Latitude: 53.084899, Easting: 306400, Northing: 355100, Prominence: 36m,  Isolation: 1.5km
ITM: 908150 713712

  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: LlysyF, 10 char: LlysyFrnhn

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Picture: Trig at summit
Short trek to summit
by Fergalh 31 Mar 2021
Park at car park to North and follow trail through forest to trig pillar and memorial monument. The monument seems slightly higher than the trig pillar. Linkback:
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Picture: The true high point
Monument at summit
by Fergalh 31 Mar 2021
The Pincyn Llys monument at the summit was put there by Lord Bagot in 1830 to commemorate the first planting of the forest. The entire forest was cut down during the first world war to provide the wood to build the trenches and was replanted again in
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