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Name:Allt Maestir
Hill number:5242
Height:277.6m / 911ft
Parent (Ma):2221  Rhos Ymryson
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Cardiganshire [Ceredigion] (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:SN 54733 50495
Summit feature:trig pillar
Col:176m  SN528531  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 146
(1:25k) 199
Observations:ground 7m SSW in forest might be slightly higher
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 46 users)ByDate of Ascent
The hardest part is getting there. Once you are on the road to the SW it is one of the easiest humps.clivevilla04/02/2020
Walked along the road from Blaen-wern hill.Alancache09/08/2017
Drive from New Quay to Lampeter. Great views across valley.Ramblingpaul06/04/2017
With K, M and RM. Quick walk around field boundaries to trig.Ashley02/06/2016
Evening run from Lampeter. Uphill most of the way. Trig point in good condition and great views towards the Aeron valleycwrci02/06/2016
From W.jimbloomer17/01/2016
Third and final HuMP on an overnight walk from Llangammach Wells to Aberaeron.Alex C10/10/2015
3/9 Short walk along edge of field to trig pillarFergalh05/09/2015
No need for comment reallyColin Crawford27/06/2015
Roadside parking, over wire fence and along field edge to summit/trig.jonglew06/09/2014
2 men arranging dummy crows, to shoot live ones (cause massive damage to crops). I thought they might have been Tamperers. Explained what trig columns are, etc. 9.40.arranc05/05/2014
Easy tick with Phil Cooper.Dugswell217/11/2012
Easy parking. No problem even if crops growing as good non planted edge to field.destaylor16/03/2012
Short but damp walk round the edge of the field to the trig point after overnight rain.PaulH08/08/2011
Wheat thigh highMartin R23/07/2011
As per RDchrisbien12/05/2011
Visiting pillarDusty23/05/2009
Walked around the field edge rather than try to gain access via the wood.Father Ted26/08/2008
Trig point in good condition. Simple walk up from road along side of field. Goood parking spot in forestry some 200m to SE.Rob Pen y Garn08/07/2008
arable summit; pleasant view. along edge of ar. fld from road RHW13/04/2003
Robert Kemp10/06/2017
Mark Sims09/03/2017
Chris Peart27/06/2015
carole engel18/04/2015
Campbell Singer11/02/2015
Alan Whatley05/09/2014
andrew brown28/08/2011
David Gradwell16/03/2008
Edwin Gradwell16/03/2008