Known by a multitude of names – another being Plynlimon – Pumlumon is often regarded as Wales’ greatest lost massif. Excluded from Snowdonia National Park – and denied its own – Pumlumon, meaning ‘five peaks,’ is therefore free of the trappings of crowds and popularity and remains one of Wales’ wildest areas.

Best route: from the car park at the Nant-y-Moch reservoir (SN756861).




Height(m) : 752
Height(ft) : 2467
Our Rating : Not Rated
Location : Mid Wales
Grid Reference : SN789869
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