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Y Garn (Plynlimon)

Y Garn is a subsidiary summit of Pen Pumlumon Fawr and the fourth highest peak on the Plynlimon massif, a part of the Cambrian Mountains in the county of Ceredigion, Wales. [1]

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Cambrian Mountains

The Cambrian Mountains (Mynyddoedd Cambria, in a narrower sense: Elenydd) are a series of mountain ranges in Wales.

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List of Hewitts and Nuttalls in Wales

This is a list of mountains in Wales over 2,000 feet.

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List of mountains and hills of the British Isles by height

The following is a list of the mountains and hills of the British Isles, ordered by height.

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List of Scheduled prehistoric Monuments in Ceredigion

Ceredigion is a large rural county in West Wales.

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Pen y Garn

Pen y Garn is a mountains in the Cambrian Mountains, Mid Wales standing at 610 metres above sea level.

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Plynlimon

Plynlimon (anglicised from Pumlumon in Welsh, meaning "five peaks") is the highest point of the Cambrian Mountains in Wales, and the highest point in Mid Wales.

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Y Garn

Y Garn is Welsh for the cairn or the rock and is the name of several hills in Wales.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Y_Garn_(Plynlimon)

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