Saturday, 1 July 2000

Mynydd Tal-y-mignedd

Mynydd Tal-mignedd
Height: 653m (2,141ft)
Prominence: 51m (167ft)
Region: Snowdonia - Moel Hebog
Classifications: Nuttall, Hewitt
Summit feature: Tall column
Times climbed: 2
Related trip reports:
The Nantlle Ridge - 20/05/2018
The Nantlle Ridge - 22/05/2016
The impressive column that tops the mountain
Mynydd Tal-y-mignedd (Min-ith Tal-uh-mig-neth - Mountain at the End of the Bog) is the central peak of the Nantlle Ridge and is a subsidiary summit of Trum y Ddysgl.

The summit is crowned by a large stone obelisk, put up to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. A fine arete links it to its parent Trum y Ddysgl, while a col links it to the next summit eastwards along the ridge, Craig Cwm Silyn.

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