Name:Ty'n-y-ddol Hill
Hill number:14868
Height:484m / 1588ft
Section:31B: Welshpool to Hay-on-Wye
Col:434m  SO126799  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1131004/12/2015SO 14240 79030  F: No feature, sheep pastureMM

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Clockwise circuit of Gors Lydan, Ty'n-y-ddol Hill, Warren Hill and Tylcau Hill from Wakefield Green Farm. A lovely sunny day.milimana03/07/2019
Thought I might have been here before - now fairly sure I had made a previous visit. However, the recent addition of a wind turbine farm makes it something of a different hill. Approached from access land / PROW at SO137784.summitsup13/08/2017
10/13 Tenth of thirteen on misty and sunny day (Stanky Hill/Beacon Hill/Pool Hill/Cynwch Bank/Rhos-Crug/Warren Hill/Tylcau Hill/Gors Lydan/Cefn Pawl/Ty'n-y-ddol/Pen Cnych Mawr/Crugn Lywyd/Domen-Ddu)Fergalh07/05/2016
Continuation of walk from Warren Hill. Down easily by bridleway to bwlch below a line of shattered pine trees, then up, crossing barbed wire fence at a fence junction. Access to pastoral summit, which is on south side of double barbed wire fence by a gate. Unmarked summit on edge or rougher ground in pasture. Returned mainly by my outward route via flanks of Warren Hill and Newhouse Hill.Man of Kernow108/12/2013
Rushy thistly hilltop, track crosses summit, if going via Cwm-yr-hob take current RoW details and be prepared to argue with farmer. Cwm-yr-hob GOML; Llethr-hir parking nr end of yellow road, track to col, pasture RHW22/08/2009