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. Please quote the hill number and hill name.
|Logged Descriptions (logged by 13 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Solo walk. Walked from Soar y Mynydd to Ty'n Cornel Youth Hostel. Slight detour to reach this summit.||cwrci||24/08/2016|
|7/14 Seventh of fourteen on Long Hill bagging day (Esgair Cloddiad/Coed Nant-yr-hwch/Gamallt/Esgair Gelli/Cefn Isaf/Pen Carn Saith-Wraig/Pen y Gurnos/Y Glog/Crug Gynon/Esgair Garthen/Crug Gynon South Top/Pen y Tywi/Pen Y Tywi South Top/Esgair Saeson)||Fergalh||06/08/2016|
From Soar y Mynydd, track to ford then grassy slopes and track to top. Lots of new fencing going up to keep off roaders of land, info from farmer I met on route.||Anton||04/05/2014|
|nice summit, rough grass, easy approach from NE on good tk, OK view. c/w circuit from Capel Soar-y-Mynydd||RHW||11/12/2005|
|Added to a good walk from Soar y Mynydd visiting Doethie Fach (near the old Tyn-y-cornel YH) and returning via Nantllwyd. Excellent views of fine valleys and good paths across the moorland were features of this 7 mile walk with Pete. The view from the summit isn't much better than from the paths as the base of a conifer plantation is just 40 ft below, though the Brecon Beacons come into view.||pwheeler||03/05/1998|