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Name:Fforest Fach
Hill number:7664
Height:381.3m / 1251ft
Section:32A: Llandovery to Monmouth
Classification:Tu,3,sHu,Cm
Drop:97.1m
Col:284.2m  SN 8958 2442  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
1553107/09/2016SN 90827 26394  F: No feature.
O: Rough open access pasture.
jonglew
Subpoint
1Jim
3005327/12/2019SN 90746 26489  F: rough pasture (satellite)
O: DTM and DSM identical over whole summit area which is inconsistent with terrain
S: 2m LIDAR
jimbloomer
Summit
CC
3005427/12/2019SN 90826 26395  F: NR
O: 50cm lower
S: 2m LIDAR
jimbloomer
Subpoint
1Jim
3005527/12/2019SN 89582 24420  F: col
O: road
S: 2m LIDAR
jimbloomer
Col
CC
3005627/12/2019SN 90734 26291  F: NR
O: 35cm lower
S: 2m LIDAR
jimbloomer
Subpoint
2Jim



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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 18 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at 92153 27123, down the track and across the stepping stones. Up the track which became a bracken bash before leaving it anyway for more bracken then emerging onto grassland for the final run to Fforest Fach N.Top. Kept west to avoid the valley for the traverse to Fforest Fach then worked my way down and back to the start.clivevilla29/07/2019
From Nantyrharn, up to surprisingly extensive grasslands on high. On to North TopColin Crawford30/03/2019
From Nantyrharn farm.Ramblingpaul26/09/2018
From North Top, crossing a boggy Cwm Clydach. All rough ground. Returned to Nantyrharn Farm.jonglew07/09/2016
from Crai and bridleway in NE direction - didnt seem much height gain...dicky01/11/2015
From column on N top, down for a mile over grassy moor and on compass to HP determined by GPS. Allegedly only 1m higher! Continued east to skirt a huge patch of bracken and down on grass to find a pleasant path leading straight to a second building, road and car.arranc18/09/2015
pleasant hill; lovely view; TP seems considerably more than 1m lower than S Top. via Cwm Clydach b/w & N top; returning via Pantymaes quarry RHW05/01/2003
amarillo-oro-como02/10/2019
Martin R09/06/2019
mae04/12/2018
Alan Whatley16/09/2018
iaindbrown04/07/2016
Steve Q06/03/2016
thenomad30/09/2013
Anton11/05/2013
stevent080929/12/2012
Dusty30/05/2009
andrew.allum01/01/2000