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Name:Foel Fawr
Hill number:15559
Height:72m / 236ft
Parent (Ma):none
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Pembrokeshire [Sir Benfro] (CoU)
Maritime area:Pembrokeshire Coast - West
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:SM 70529 22571
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:42m  SM705226  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 157
(1:25k) OL35W
Observations:small pointed outcrop 3m SW is slightly lower
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Due to boat engine failure and some quick reschulincg had limited time on island, just time for quick round of 3 summits. 1hr circuit. on arrival back at farmhouse, a cement lorry stuck on mainland was causing further havoc with boat schedules, allowing time for a cuppa and a quick hunt for CBMs. Good service from 1000 islands despite things beyond there control.cjo20/08/2019
With Jenx but not Bryher, not a dog friendly isle. 1000 islands boat, from old lifeboat station. RSPB isle, bagged the two other Tumps too in an 1.5 hr circuit. Just time for cuppa tea before boat backnordicstar05/04/2019
Hot in the sunshine, and a quick walk round the 3 island tops. Very pretty. First visitors this year.jenx05/04/2019
Walked around Ramsey Island on a spectacular sunny day after walking from carfei bay to st Justiniunes, walk felt like we were in a foreign country!Joel45129/08/2018
M&C on day visit via boat from St Justinian'sMandChills29/08/2017
Second visit to island. Path from the harbour, pausing to see a small herd of red deer, and stopped at the top for lunch. Found a racing pigeon leg ring on the summit, suggesting it is a favoured feeding perch of one of the local peregrines. Watched guillemots returning to their nests while we ate. On to Carnllundain with stops to see seals and various birds. No time for the northern summit but we'll be happy to return.Herbert Anchovy03/06/2017
hp is outcrop SM 70526 22565, small outcrop 3m sw slightly lower. Path to summit.RHW23/07/2016
Southernmoost of the Ramsey tumps. Easy path from landing point.jonglew23/07/2016
Foel Fawr and my 34th multi TUMP island completion on Ramsey Island.Dugswell210/09/2015
With Chris and Iain. We looked at the two tidal islands to the south but even if they hadn't been out of bounds due to birds, they are quite unapproachable, with a precipitous drop to the linking beach and equally challenging ground on the islets themselves. Ynys Cantwr might just be feasible if you could find a way down but far from easyColin Crawford29/06/2015
Continuation of walk from Carnllundain. Took marked trail SE to SW headland, then east and steeply up to summit. Stunning views to the south of the stacs and islets. Then marked trail N back to RSB centre.Man of Kernow129/07/2014
Robert Kemp18/09/2017
Chris Peart29/06/2015
Campbell Singer04/06/2013
Tony J30/05/2013
David Purchase03/08/2002