Llwytmor is a satellite peak of Foel-fras, and forms a part of the Carneddau range. The summit is 849 metres (2,785 ft) above sea level and it contains a series of boulderfields, a shelter and several cairns. It is the 27th highest peak in Wales. On a fine day to the north, the summit offers extensive views towards the Menai Strait, Anglesey and on exceptionally clear days the Isle of Man across the Irish Sea can be seen. The Lake District in England and the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland are also visible on clear days. Carneddau mountain ponies graze on the mountain throughout the year.[1] Its full name Llwytmor Uchaf means "upper grey sea".

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Llwytmor from Garnedd Uchaf
Highest point
Elevation849 m (2,785 ft)
Prominence73 m (240 ft)
Parent peakCarnedd Llewelyn
ListingHewitt, Nuttall
Coordinates53°12′17″N 3°57′54″W / 53.2046°N 3.9650°W / 53.2046; -3.9650Coordinates: 53°12′17″N 3°57′54″W / 53.2046°N 3.9650°W / 53.2046; -3.9650
LocationSnowdonia, Wales
Topo mapOS Landranger 115
Llwytmor Bach from near Aber Falls


  1. ^ Nuttall, John & Anne (1999). The Mountains of England & Wales - Volume 1: Wales (2nd edition ed.). Milnthorpe, Cumbria: Cicerone. ISBN 1-85284-304-7.