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 30 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|From road to SW. Parking on grass verge possible but soft. distinct domed grass summit in sheep field. Superb clear evening sunlight under breaking cloud.||Denise||10/02/2019|
|From Rhydfaes- layby here: up the unmetalled road, straightforward to pasture summit- even though we left the road too early and had an extra fence to traverse- all easily managed. Nice, clear views after foul morning- a 1225 hrs start. With brother, Pete.||pwheeler||01/05/2017|
|Continuation of walk from Coed Mawr. Retraced my steps north to rejoin the Severn Way, following it WSW to join the lane near Gwastadcoed. Continued up to a house at Pt.251m, then muddy bridleway north, climbing a gate to ascend to the summit. Then rejoined the bridleway, taking it down to Hornby. Then quiet country lanes east back to Llandinam. Solo Nordic walk in fine but cold weather.||marktrengove||02/01/2017|
|1/7 First of Seven (Rhos Fawr/Glen Feinion Hill/Y Foel/Craig y Paun/Y Allt West Top/Pen Craig Dugwm/Bryn Cwmyrh Iwdre/Pen Llyn Dwr)||Fergalh||26/11/2016|
|Anticlockwise circuit of Rhos Fawr, Pen y Coed and Penycastell from SN 98859 88254.||summitsup||04/05/2015|
|From the south.||clivevilla||08/02/2015|
|As destaylor.||Chris Peart||11/07/2014|
|Started from track to the south. Watch out for the cows higher up. Excellent 360 views for many miles.||DARRENG||27/05/2014|
|Parked on road to S and followed marked track most of the way.||destaylor||13/04/2011|
|pasture, nice summit, lovely views. from gateway to SW, park on vrge just to S||RHW||28/03/2004|