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Hill number:18760
Height:348.4m / 1143ft
Parent (Ma):2242  Black Mountain
RHB Section:32A: Llandovery to Monmouth
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Black Mountains
County/UA:Monmouthshire [Sir Fynwy] (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m)
Grid ref:SO 29985 23706
Summit feature:small grassy mound
Col:318m  SO 3001 2379  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 161
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 35 users)ByDate of Ascent
From small parking area for church (not obvious, take lane to right and head above the church and left), then paths, somewhat of a bracken thrash on the W, return by E side better. Nice top though.milimana23/07/2019
On return to Cwmyoy from Hatterall Hill. Pleasant short clamber up from north.Campbell Singer31/01/2019
Offa's Dyke walk. Pandy to Black Mountain South Top, llanthony Priory, Beacons Way to Hatterall hill, Graig, Pen LLwygy to Pandy.stephenbuda04/08/2018
Parked just north of Cwmyoy and walked up past the wonky church. Great little hill. Solo.Dangerous Dave20/01/2018
Could not find anywhere to Parki in Cwmyoy, ended up by bridge to the west. Went up to the east and came back to west. Couple of paths up from the North one involves small scramble. Good viewsPeterD21/05/2017
From Hatterrall Hill, scrambled up the steep grass/rocks to the north. Attempted a 'direct' descent to the south, which proved to be a stupid idea and ended up traversing the steep slopes to the west to find the track leading down the church.Wheelsy18/02/2017
From the church car park, on signed paths to the north , over a stile and up on faint grassy path to top. Nice hill.arranc22/10/2016
From S, Cwmyoy, past the drunken looking little church, fork R at signboard then high level path leads to summit, scrambly route down thru little crags. Monmouthshire tumps completed at dusk on a windy November Saturday.RHW05/12/2015
Nice little hillRamblingpaul15/06/2015
Ascent from Cwmyoy.Peapod2108/06/2014
Circular walk from Llanthony taking in Hatterrall Hill first and Graig on the way back. Short sharp little hill with some stunning views. Attacked it from the rear (N side) when it wasn't looking. There is a path but not liking to do things the easy way scrambled up near vertical grassy/rocky 'slope'.jonglew22/02/2014
A short circular walk from Cwmyoy while being a tourist. There's a mini scramble to the top and fab views when you get there. Definitely worth visiting Cwmyoy Church too!islamidget22/01/2012
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