N.B. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way. Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land.
Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass, and mention the hill number and hill name.
|Logged Descriptions (logged by 13 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Failed attempt on Bryn-y-Baal, the twin top, from the quarry. AC did tackle the slippery scramble, with a bit of tree climbing. HP appears to be the base of a bushy conifer just beyond the fence on the garden side. Route to the scramble cleared of most brambles, at least till spring comes.
POSTSCRIPT: Myrddyn Phillips has now analysed the LIDAR data for Prenbrigog and the alternative high point at the quarry edge in Bryn-y-Baal. Prenbrigog comes in at 172.139m at SJ 26632 64055, while Bryn-y-Baal at 171.759m at SJ 25917 64778. There is therefore now no need to attempt the scramble and/or disturb the house owner for the alternative top.||Man of Kernow1||16/03/2018|
|Also Bryn y Baal.||ngthack||20/12/2017|
|As Carole, approached via farm drive early, no-one about. Series of very squalid horsey enclosures led to gate over into field with long grass behind large barn. Was taking readings when two large dogs came racing up, friendly though! - followed by lady from big house near barn. Was I lost? Mentioned I was trying to find Prenbrigog, she didn't know that place. Fortunately post-lady arrived at that moment with large amount of mail so I was able to slip away down her drive. Then went to Bryn-y-Baal to check that out. Bend in drive signed Orchard House and Quarry Cottage seemed high point.||Aye Jimmy||05/12/2017|
|Top near Prenbrigog accessed thru' a maze of small gated fields with horses - via farm drive. No one up at 7.30am to ask permission
Returned 4th Dec 2017 to visit alternate summit at Bryn-y-Baal to NW. This time 6.30pm and felt it too dark to ask permission, so wandered up to suggested location up the driveway||carole engel||02/12/2017|
|Penbrigog: lady of house a bit bemused but gave me the ok . Pasture w of building. Bryn y baal. Nontechnical prickly route (secateurs would help) thru gorse to lip of quarry. Lip a few inches higher than back gardens, but Orchard House driveway at front feels as high.||RHW||19/12/2015|
|Tried my luck at the farm first. Seemingly nobody about. Wasn't quite satisified that I done enough to claim the Tump so headed round to the playing fields at the back. A paddock can accessed from the top pitch straightforwardly, with two sets of 'rungs' in position, no doubt for kids that may need to retrieve their footballs. Then it is through a muddy gateway to the east. One wooden fence and then a gate to climb and you are at the top. Quite an exciting bag as it does feel very private. Memorable one then to finish Flintshire, 30C and S04 on.||Alex C||21/11/2015|
|Much recent development, blocks access from E. Did not get further than farm. After discovering that it may be a twin tump I went back on 09/10/2015 to both candidate points. The friendly farmer at Penbrigog took me to what he said was the hp, just to the W of his house. Similarly the man in the new house just above the Bryn-y-baal Quarry at 259647 was equally helpful in showing me to the hp just inside his front gate.||GordonAdshead||23/08/2015|
|High point at SJ 266 640 is in a field on the west side of Penbrigog Farm. It would only be accessible via the farm itself. Also, according to OS Open Data, there is another 172m spot height in Bryn-y-baal at SJ 259 647. It is at the top of a quarry cliff in the back garden of Orchard House. The base of the quarry is open access, but a high wire fence, festooned with 'No Climbing' signs, guards access to the cliff, . So this twin-topped hill is a rather tricky one to summit.||Man of Kernow1||11/03/2014|
|With Arthur who lived next door.||JohnIvor||01/08/1960|