Drosgl is a summit of the Carneddau range in Snowdonia, Wales, and forms a part of the western Carneddau, also known as the Berau, meaning 'stacks' or 'ricks'. It lies on a ridge heading west from Carnedd Gwenllian and Bera Mawr towards Bethesda. A large ancient burial cairn, dating from the Bronze Age, adorns the summit, from where good views of Cwm Caseg and the Menai can be seen.
|Elevation||757 m (2,484 ft)|
|Prominence||37 m (121 ft)|
|Listed summits of Drosgl|
|Gyrn Wigau||643 m (2,110 ft)||Nuttall|