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Name:Twyn Brynbychan
Hill number:15641
Height:411m / 1348ft
Parent (Ma):2237  Fan Fawr
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Merthyr Tydfil (UA), Rhondda Cynon Taff (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:ST 06324 98921
Summit feature:ground 1m N of trig point
Col:366m  ST062995  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 170
(1:25k) 166E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
Asked and was given willing permission to park at the kennels. Freed a daft sheep who had got wedged between two cattle feeders in an attempt to get to it's tiny lamb. All it needed was to discover it had a reverse gear. Steep climb up through forest. Good viewpoint.Campbell Singer03/04/2018
Parked at kennels. Nobody to ask but I saw the lady when I came down and she was friendly. Up the track through the farm and just kept taking the upward option and then rightwards.1.88 miles 45mins.clivevilla14/03/2018
Arrived at Mountain Ash by train. Didn't choose the most sensible way up as I wen't NE up past the cemetary and onto the adjacent hill as it was tricky to cross the ravine. Eventually got to a col then headed south and down through the woods to the trig point. After also visiting a nearby tricky geocache I came down a more sensible route and ended up by the cattery and then down to the station.Father Ted16/12/2017
Parked at cattery with owner's permission. Steep farm track before traversing up through conifers then out onto open hillside.jonglew09/12/2016
Parked below Kennels, up on BW and then forest tracks to top. trig not surrounded by trees at the moment with good views to BB's in one direction and England in the other. Brambles prevented any short cuts on MTB tracks. My last Merthyr top.PeterD31/07/2016
Parked in A4059 lay by. Walked along indistinct footpath, forest road and mountain bike track. Nice coffee from van though on returnRamblingpaul07/10/2015
2/7 park near Kennels (after asking permission as it is private car park) than head up steep track to top take right and head for mast and trig pillarFergalh08/01/2015
ST06323 98919Anton01/09/2012
trig pillar some of the forestry has been cleared but still no views when i was theirhodder29/08/2007
trig near mast compound, OK view albeit gappy. from 045992, park below kennels, RoW then path follows pylons to join track near summit RHW17/03/2006
Alex C22/06/2018
Robert Kemp16/03/2016
Tony J25/02/2006