The Highest Mountains In Wales and Routes to Climb Them

This is a complete guide to the highest mountains in Wales, a map, a list and some of the best routes to climb them.

Although Wales is a small country covering just over 8,000 square miles (20,779 square km) it has 188 mountains that are over 2000 feet (approx. 600m) and have a prominence of at least 98 feet (30m). These are known as Hewitts (Hills in England, Wales and Ireland over Two Thousand feet).

This mountainous country has higher peaks in the north and central areas, particularly around Snowdon ( Yr Wyddfa) , the highest peak in Wales at 3,560 feet (1,085m) . The 15 mountains that have peaks over 3,000 feet (910m) in elevation are known as the Welsh 3000s and are in Northwest Wales. In South Wales, the highest peak is Pen y Fan at 2,907 feet (886m) in the Brecon Beacons. There are more hiking challenges in the Cambrian Mountains in mid-Wales, including Pumlumon at 2,467 feet (752m).

There are many ways of calculating the highest mountains in Wales, besides Hewitts. Nuttalls are high points that have a prominence of 49 feet (15m) above their surrounding landscape. However, these 190 Welsh peaks include many insignificant minor bumps that most people do not regard as mountains. Marilyns are more defined mountains as they are summits with a drop of at least 492 feet (150m) in all directions.

For simplicity, we outline details of the top 5 highest peaks by elevation that have a prominence of over 98 feet (30m) from their surroundings.

Quick Facts on the Highest Mountains in Wales:

The highest mountain in Wales: Snowdon: 3,560 feet (1085m)

The highest mountain in South Wales: Pen Y Fan: 2,907 ft (886 metres)

The Highest Mountain in North Wales: Snowdon: 3,560 feet (1085m)

Interactive Map of the Highest Mountains In Wales to Climb

We've put together a map of the highest mountains in Wales, based on the Nuttalls definition so you can see the major locations of mountain ranges. Click on the pins to see more information on each mountain, including the name and size of the mountain. There is a complete list of the highest mountains in Wales at the bottom of this article.

Welsh Highest Mountains List and Routes to Climb them:

Snowdon: 3,560 feet (1085m)

Garnedd Ugain (Crib-y-Ddysgl) - 3,494 feet (1065m)

Carnedd Llewelyn - 3,491 feet (1064 m)

Carnedd Dafydd - 3,425 feet (1044m)

Glyder Fawr - 3,283 feet (1000m)

1. Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa)

Located in the Snowdonia National Park in Gwynedd, Snowdon is a must-do for hill walkers as it is the highest mountain in Wales at 3,560 feet (1085m). It is also a National Nature Reserve with rarer flora and fauna on its slopes. Over 582,000 visitors climb Snowdon each year, making it one of the most visited attractions in Wales. The ascent can be achieved in less than 3 hours (one way) for anyone at peak fitness opting for the shortest route.

Most routes start from Pen-y-Pass where there is limited parking (£10 fee), a café and toilets.  There are pay-and-display laybys along the A498 and free parking across the Nant Gwyrd River in Conwy County. For an early start, stay overnight at the Youth Hostel at Pen-y-Pass.

When you reach Snowdon summit, the Hafod Eryri Café is open from late spring to October. If you have non-walking companions, or need backup, there is a Sherpa bus and the Snowdon Mountain Railway which runs 4.7 miles to the summit from Llanberis Station from spring to late autumn.

Mt Snowdon - Highest Mountain in Wales

Routes to climb up Snowdon

There are many routes up Snowdon. One of the most scenic is Snowdon Horseshoe Scramble. This classic 5-mile circular hike takes 8 hours to complete and does require a head for heights. It starts from Pen-y-Pass, circumnavigates Lyn Llydaw and Glaslyn lakes and includes a scramble over Crib Goch. Continue down over Y Lliwedd enjoying amazing views and exhilarating experiences along the way.

The shortest walk up Snowdon is along the 3-mile PYG Track from Pen-y-Pass and takes three hours each way. It runs along the north side of Llyn Llydaw.

The shallowest gradient is on the 9-mile Llanberis Path, which is also the longest route. It follows the line of the railway. However, it is not suitable for walking in winter due to the treacherous area known as the Killer Convex.

2. Garnedd Ugain (Crib-y-Ddysgl)

Part of the Snowdon Massif, Garnedd Ugain is often known as Crib-y-Ddysgl. It is about ½ mile north of Snowdon summit and is 3,494 feet (1065m).

Garnedd Ugain second highest mountain in wales

Routes to climb up Garnedd Ugain

If you follow the Snowdon Horseshoe route, you will pass Garnedd Ugain as it is linked to Snowdon summit via the col at Bwlch Glas.

The most popular route up Garnedd Ugain starts from Pen y Pass as with the Snowdon climb. From the Pyg Trail, take the right fork after about one mile. The Pyg Trail is 3 miles each way and takes around 3 hours. Alternatively, follow the Miner’s Track which runs beside Llyn Llydaw. This 3.7 mile trail takes around 4 hours each way.

3. Carnedd Llewelyn

Named after Prince Llewellyn, Carnedd Llewellyn is the highest point of the Carneddau range in Snowdonia, Northwest Wales at 3,491 feet (1064 m). Located between Carnedd Dafydd and Foel Grach, any ascent of Carnedd Llewellyn involves a long slow walk. Many climbers regard this as the most difficult ascent in the British Isles.

The summit is a flat plateau covered in rough boulders. The southern gullies attract snow accumulations that linger year round. Carnedd Llewellyn summit is surrounded by cliffs for climbing including the “Black Ladders” of Ysgolion Duon and Craig yr Ysfa.

Carnedd Llewelyn mountain in wales

Routes to climb up Cardnedd Llewelyn

The recommended route up Carnedd Llewellyn is a 10-mile circuit starting and finishing at Glan Denau on the A5 (on-road parking available) near Llyn Ogwen. Take the track to the reservoir then follow the slopes above Craig yr Ysfr to the top. Allow 6-7 hours and expect some scrambling in places.

The alternative horseshoe route is via Craig yr Ysfa and Cwm Llugwy which includes a short and easier scramble than the above route.

4. Carnedd Dafydd

Situated on the main ridge of the Carneddau  range, Carnedd Dafydd has a flat summit and an average annual temperature of 3-4°C. Reaching 3,425 feet (1044m), it is named after Dafydd, younger brother of Prince Llewellyn.

Carnedd Dafydd

Routes to climb up Carnedd Dafydd

The usual route up Carnedd Dafydd is from Pen yr Ole Wen, following the ridge to the summit.

Carnedd Dafydd can also be ascended from Tal y Llyn Ogwen. Follow the stream to Ffynnon Lloer Lake and head to the summit.

5. Glyder Fawr

Glyder Fawr is the highest peak in the Glyderau range, Glyder meaning “pile of stones”. It offers breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks from the summit.  Most maps show it as 3279 feet (999m) high, but a resurvey in 2010 showed it was actually 3,283 feet (1000m).

Glyder Fawr mountain wales

Routes to climb up Glyder Fawr

The best route is the circular traverse over the main summits of Y Garn, Glyderau and Tryfan. Start from Ogwen Cottage Car Park where there is a Visitor Centre with snacks and toilets. The 7-mile trip takes 6-8 hours, depending on conditions and fitness levels. This hike includes steep slopes and scrambles and there is scree on the ascent of Glyder Fawr.

Another approach is from Pen-y-Pass, approaching up the south flank. It can also be reached from Glyder Fach, to the east, along the ridge which is fairly level and easy.

Complete List of Highest Mountains In Wales, In Order

Wales Highest Mountain #1: Snowdon. Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 3560 feet and 1085 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #2: Crib y Ddysgl (Garnedd Ugain). Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 3494 feet and 1065 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #3: Carnedd Llewelyn. Region: Carneddau. Height: 3491 feet and 1064 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #4: Carnedd Dafydd. Region: Carneddau. Height: 3425 feet and 1044 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #5: Glyder Fawr. Region: Glyders. Height: 3278 feet and 999 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #6: Glyder Fach. Region: Glyders. Height: 3261 feet and 994 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #7: Pen yr Ole Wen. Region: Carneddau. Height: 3209 feet and 978 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #8: Foel Grach. Region: Carneddau. Height: 3202 feet and 976 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #9: Yr Elen. Region: Carneddau. Height: 3156 feet and 962 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #10: Y Garn (Glyderau). Region: Glyders. Height: 3107 feet and 947 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #11: Foel-fras. Region: Carneddau. Height: 3091 feet and 942 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #12: Carnedd Gwenllian. Region: Carneddau. Height: 3038 feet and 926 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #13: Elidir Fawr. Region: Glyders. Height: 3031 feet and 924 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #14: Crib Goch. Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 3028 feet and 923 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #15: Tryfan. Region: Glyders. Height: 3002 feet and 915 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #16: Aran Fawddwy. Region: Arans. Height: 2969 feet and 905 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #17: Y Lliwedd. Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 2946 feet and 898 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #18: Y Lliwedd East Top. Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 2930 feet and 893 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #19: Cadair Idris - Penygadair. Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2930 feet and 893 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #20: Pen y Fan. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2907 feet and 886 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #21: Aran Benllyn. Region: Arans. Height: 2904 feet and 885 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #22: Corn Du. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2864 feet and 873 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #23: Erw y Ddafad-ddu. Region: Arans. Height: 2861 feet and 872 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #24: Moel Siabod. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2861 feet and 872 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #25: Mynydd Moel. Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2831 feet and 863 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #26: Arenig Fawr. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2802 feet and 854 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #27: Llwytmor. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2785 feet and 849 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #28: Pen yr Helgi Du. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2733 feet and 833 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #29: Foel-goch. Region: Glyders. Height: 2726 feet and 831 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #30: Arenig Fawr South Top. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2723 feet and 830 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #31: Cadair Berwyn. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2723 feet and 830 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #32: Cadair Berwyn North Top. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2713 feet and 827 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #33: Moel Sych. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2713 feet and 827 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #34: Carnedd y Filiast (Glyderau). Region: Glyders. Height: 2694 feet and 821 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #35: Lliwedd Bach. Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 2684 feet and 818 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #36: Mynydd Perfedd. Region: Glyders. Height: 2664 feet and 812 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #37: Cyfrwy. Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2661 feet and 811 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #38: Waun Fach. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2661 feet and 811 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #39: Bera Bach. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2648 feet and 807 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #40: Y Foel Goch. Region: Glyders. Height: 2641 feet and 805 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #41: Fan Brycheiniog. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2631 feet and 802 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #42: Pen y Gadair Fawr. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2625 feet and 800 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #43: Pen Llithrig y Wrach. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2621 feet and 799 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #44: Foel Meirich. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2608 feet and 795 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #45: Cribyn. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2608 feet and 795 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #46: Bera Mawr. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2605 feet and 794 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #47: Craig Cwm Amarch. Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2595 feet and 791 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #48: Cadair Bronwen. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2575 feet and 785 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #49: Moel Hebog. Region: Hebog. Height: 2569 feet and 783 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #50: Glasgwm. Region: Arans. Height: 2559 feet and 780 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #51: Drum. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2526 feet and 770 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #52: Moelwyn Mawr. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2526 feet and 770 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #53: Waun Rydd. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2523 feet and 769 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #54: Gallt yr Ogof. Region: Glyders. Height: 2503 feet and 763 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #55: Fan Hir. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2497 feet and 761 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #56: Drosgl. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2487 feet and 758 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #57: Y Llethr. Region: Rhinogs. Height: 2480 feet and 756 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #58: Bwlch y Ddwyallt. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2474 feet and 754 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #59: Pumlumon Fawr. Region: Central Wales. Height: 2467 feet and 752 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #60: Moel Llyfnant. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2464 feet and 751 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #61: Diffwys. Region: Rhinogs. Height: 2461 feet and 750 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #62: Bannau Sir Gaer - Picws Du. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2457 feet and 749 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #63: Yr Aran. Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 2451 feet and 747 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #64: Tomle. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2434 feet and 742 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #65: Pen Pumlumon Arwystli. Region: Central Wales. Height: 2431 feet and 741 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #66: Craig Eigiau. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2411 feet and 735 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #67: Rhobell Fawr. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2408 feet and 734 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #68: Craig Cwm Silyn. Region: Hebog. Height: 2408 feet and 734 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #69: Fan Fawr. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2408 feet and 734 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #70: Pen Pumlumon Llygad-bychan. Region: Central Wales. Height: 2385 feet and 727 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #71: Moel Eilio. Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 2382 feet and 726 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #72: Fan Gyhirych. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2379 feet and 725 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #73: Rhinog Fawr. Region: Rhinogs. Height: 2362 feet and 720 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #74: Pen Allt-mawr. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2362 feet and 720 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #75: Fan y Big. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2359 feet and 719 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #76: Llechog. Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 2356 feet and 718 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #77: Rhos Dirion. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2339 feet and 713 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #78: Arenig Fawr South Ridge Top. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2336 feet and 712 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #79: Rhinog Fach. Region: Rhinogs. Height: 2336 feet and 712 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #80: Moelwyn Bach. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2329 feet and 710 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #81: Trum y Ddysgl. Region: Hebog. Height: 2326 feet and 709 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #82: Black Mountain. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2306 feet and 703 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #83: Pen Cerrig-calch. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2300 feet and 701 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #84: Cadair Bronwen East Top. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2297 feet and 700 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #85: Garnedd-goch. Region: Hebog. Height: 2297 feet and 700 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #86: Mynydd Mawr. Region: Hebog. Height: 2290 feet and 698 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #87: Allt Fawr. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2290 feet and 698 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #88: Moel yr Ewig. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2280 feet and 695 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #89: Mynydd Drws-y-coed. Region: Hebog. Height: 2280 feet and 695 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #90: Foel Wen. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2267 feet and 691 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #91: Twmpa. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2264 feet and 690 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #92: Foel Hafod-fynydd. Region: Arans. Height: 2260 feet and 689 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #93: Arenig Fach. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2260 feet and 689 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #94: Cnicht. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2260 feet and 689 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #95: Craigysgafn. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2260 feet and 689 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #96: Carnedd y Ddelw. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2257 feet and 688 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #97: Foel Wen South Top. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2254 feet and 687 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #98: Pen y Brynfforchog. Region: Arans. Height: 2247 feet and 685 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #99: Gwaun y Llwyni. Region: Arans. Height: 2247 feet and 685 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #100: Cnicht North Top. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2247 feet and 685 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #101: Y Garn. Region: Central Wales. Height: 2244 feet and 684 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #102: Gau Graig. Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2241 feet and 683 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #103: Mynydd Tarw. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2234 feet and 681 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #104: Godor. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2228 feet and 679 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #105: Chwarel y Fan. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2228 feet and 679 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #106: Creigiau Gleision. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2224 feet and 678 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #107: Waun Lefrith. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2221 feet and 677 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #108: Maesglase (West Top). Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2218 feet and 676 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #109: Moel Druman. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2218 feet and 676 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #110: Godor North Top. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2215 feet and 675 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #111: Moel Cynghorion. Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 2211 feet and 674 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #112: Ysgafell Wen. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2205 feet and 672 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #113: Esgeiriau Gwynion(Foel Rhudd). Region: Arans. Height: 2201 feet and 671 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #114: Waun-oer. Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2198 feet and 670 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #115: Crib-y-rhiw. Region: Rhinogs. Height: 2198 feet and 670 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #116: Carnedd y Filiast. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2195 feet and 669 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #117: Ysgafell Wen. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2195 feet and 669 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #118: Pumlumon Fach. Region: Central Wales. Height: 2192 feet and 668 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #119: Fan Fraith. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2192 feet and 668 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #120: Cyrniau Nod. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2188 feet and 667 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #121: Tarren y Gesail. Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2188 feet and 667 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #122: Post Gwyn. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2182 feet and 665 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #123: Fan Nedd. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2175 feet and 663 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #124: Mynydd Llysiau. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2175 feet and 663 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #125: Dduallt. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2172 feet and 662 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #126: Craig-las (Tyrrau Mawr). Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2169 feet and 661 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #127: Clogwyn Candryll. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2169 feet and 661 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #128: Great Rhos. Region: Central Wales. Height: 2165 feet and 660 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #129: Foel Rhudd. Region: Arans. Height: 2162 feet and 659 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #130: Y Groes Fagl. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2162 feet and 659 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #131: Cribin Fawr. Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2162 feet and 659 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #132: Manod Mawr North Top. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2159 feet and 658 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #133: Pen Twyn Mawr. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2159 feet and 658 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #134: Moel yr Ogof. Region: Hebog. Height: 2149 feet and 655 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #135: Allt Lwyd. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2146 feet and 654 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #136: Mynydd Tal-y-mignedd. Region: Hebog. Height: 2142 feet and 653 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #137: Black Mixen. Region: Central Wales. Height: 2133 feet and 650 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #138: Ysgafell Wen Far North Top. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2133 feet and 650 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #139: Foel Cwm Sian Llwyd. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2126 feet and 648 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #140: Moel-yr-hydd. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2126 feet and 648 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #141: Pen y Boncyn Trefeilw. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2119 feet and 646 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #142: Pen Twyn Glas. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2119 feet and 646 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #143: Drygarn Fawr. Region: Central Wales. Height: 2116 feet and 645 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #144: Waun Garnedd-y-Filiast. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2113 feet and 644 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #145: Carnedd Llechwedd-llyfn. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2110 feet and 643 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #146: Gyrn Wigau. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2110 feet and 643 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #147: Diffwys West Top. Region: Rhinogs. Height: 2106 feet and 642 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #148: Moelwyn Mawr North Ridge Top. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2100 feet and 640 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #149: Moel Lefn. Region: Hebog. Height: 2093 feet and 638 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #150: Black Mountain - South Top. Region: Black Mountains. Height: 2090 feet and 637 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #151: Garreg Las (Twyn Swnd). Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2083 feet and 635 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #152: Tarrenhendre. Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2080 feet and 634 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #153: Creigiau Gleision North Top. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2080 feet and 634 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #154: Y Garn. Region: Hebog. Height: 2077 feet and 633 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #155: Gwaun Lydan. Region: Arans. Height: 2073 feet and 632 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #156: Fan Llia. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2073 feet and 632 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #157: Stac Rhos. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2067 feet and 630 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #158: Moel Fferna. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2067 feet and 630 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #159: Foel Gron. Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 2064 feet and 629 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #160: Y Garn. Region: Rhinogs. Height: 2064 feet and 629 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #161: Craig Cerrig-gleisiad. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2064 feet and 629 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #162: Fan Frynych. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2064 feet and 629 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #163: Foel y Geifr. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2054 feet and 626 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #164: Moel y Cerrig Duon. Region: Arans. Height: 2051 feet and 625 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #165: Pen y Castell. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2044 feet and 623 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #166: Craiglwyn. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2044 feet and 623 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #167: Moel Penamnen. Region: Moelwyns. Height: 2044 feet and 623 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #168: Moel Ysgyfarnogod. Region: Rhinogs. Height: 2044 feet and 623 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #169: Craig-y-llyn. Region: Cadair Idris. Height: 2041 feet and 622 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #170: Moel yr Henfaes. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2037 feet and 621 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #171: Pen yr Allt Uchaf. Region: Arans. Height: 2034 feet and 620 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #172: Waun Camddwr. Region: Arans. Height: 2034 feet and 620 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #173: Gallt yr Wenallt. Region: Snowdon Massif. Height: 2031 feet and 619 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #174: Gallt y Daren. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2031 feet and 619 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #175: Y Gyrn. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2031 feet and 619 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #176: Cefn yr Ystrad. Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2024 feet and 617 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #177: Foel Boeth. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2021 feet and 616 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #178: Garreg Lwyd (Moel Gornach). Region: Brecon Beacons. Height: 2021 feet and 616 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #179: Cefn Gwyntog. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2018 feet and 615 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #180: Llechwedd Du. Region: Arans. Height: 2014 feet and 614 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #181: Foel Penolau. Region: Rhinogs. Height: 2014 feet and 614 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #182: Gorllwyn. Region: Central Wales. Height: 2011 feet and 613 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #183: Foel Goch. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2.011 feet and 613 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #184: Trum y Gwrgedd. Region: Berwyns. Height: 2008 feet and 612 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #185: Foel Goch. Region: Arenigs. Height: 2005 feet and 611 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #186: Bache Hill. Region: Central Wales. Height: 2001 feet and 610 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #187: Pen y Garn. Region: Central Wales. Height: 2001 feet and 610 meters

Wales Highest Mountain #188: Tal y Fan. Region: Carneddau. Height: 2001 feet and 610 meters

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