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Mynydd Tal-y-Mignedd from Trum y Ddysgl
|Elevation||653 m (2,142 ft)|
|Prominence||51 m (167 ft)|
|Parent range||Moel Hebog|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 115, OS Outdoor Leisure 17|
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.
- Nuttall, John & Anne (1999). The Mountains of England & Wales - Volume 1: Wales (2nd edition ed.). Milnthorpe, Cumbria: Cicerone. ISBN 1-85284-304-7.
- Crocker, Chris; Graham Jackson. "Mountaineering & Rock Climbing in the UK: Mynydd Tal-y-Mignedd". Database of British Hills. Mountain Days.net. Retrieved 2008-04-08.
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