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Glasgwm 779m (2556ft)

Summit Feature: Large conical cairn (Survey: obvious summit)
Classification: Bridge, Buxton-lewis, Clem, Hewitt, Hump, Marilyn, Moss, Nuttall, Sim, P30 Tump.
OS Grid Ref: SH836194 (10 figure Grid Ref: SH8367319455).
UK Area: 30 - Bala to Welshpool (OS Maps 1:50k 124,125. 1:25k OL23E.)
Latitude: 52.760152, Longitude: -3.72529, Height: 779 metres (2556 feet)
Prominence: 215 metres (705 feet)
Unique Waypoint POI Name: 0779.H (DoBIH Hill ID: 2091)

Associated Child Hill(s):
   Foel Benddin (542m, p99);    Pen Ochr y Bwlch (Camlan) (564m, p34);    Pen y Brynfforchog (Pen y Brynnfforchog) (685m, p71);    Y Foel (343m, p35);    Y Gribin (601m, p34);

External Links for Glasgwm:
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Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills

Selected mapping: Google or Bing / Ordnance Survey

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adoling Alex C Andrew Brown Anton beckybags Carole Chalky1953 Chris Pearson chriswatson Colin Crawford dave.farrant David Gradwell dc11main Des Taylor Dugswell2 edgradwell Foelbach GeoffC gerrybowes GordonAdshead Gravyrock Haydn Davies hillbasher HillmanImp Howie iaindbrown IainT Jim.Fothergill jimgrant500 Keith Allen Kimson littlemisslakes mad max malky_c Margaret matt80097 Mike&Debs MikeG millsno9 MountainBlade Mynydda nordicstar NormanW oakesave osian OwainG Peakbagger Peter Smith Phil Newby PhilClayton pjleeds rhalstead rhayader_wanderer rhw RichTea ROB PEN Y GARN RobinPrince roddyp Ronnie Bowron sammoore shaun3010 snaithd Sprog steve glasper steve&gill stevedixon stevent0809 stravaiger2011 Ted Richards thetills tryfan underhill winerwalker Wulfrun71 yt Zara

 

Total = 1 Glasgwm hills
Data courtesy of the Database of British and Irish Hills