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Name:Mynydd Alltir-fach
Hill number:15760
Height:239m / 784ft
Parent (Ma):2298  Wentwood
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Newport (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (200-299m)
Grid ref:ST 42325 93106
Summit feature:outcrop
Col:186m  ST422933  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 171 172
(1:25k) OL14W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked to the east, up a couple of fields and then some trees. Nice views.clivevilla15/08/2019
First of three Tumps from David Broome Event Centre by bike. Car parking looks tricky; bike easy to hide in the wood up the public FP from NE. Better to turn back N about 100m up this track. Traverses level NW for a while before climbing steeply SW to the summit.Came back SE then E to rejoin the public FP higher up. This path is overgrown with bracken 2m high and hidden brambles. Not recommended from Juy onwards!Minto29/07/2019
2/3 Parked near timber stacks to north. Followed footpath from NE which led to summit, although via bracken and brambles. Way down was much easier as I took a different path, for best route up follow main footpath for 100m or so, then there should be a slightly less visible one to the right which should lead to top (after making a sharp left turn). Or just do it in winter and avoid bracken.penbet22/07/2019
Always good to be able to record a Tump bag when you hadn't intended too. Out geocaching and it took me to the top of this one. Nice views. Mild November day.Father Ted14/11/2018
From Highfield Hill, north along Bowden’s Lane and across the A48, then right in Parc Seymour and along minor roads to Huntshill cattery, turning right here, then up the footpath which runs along the east side of the hill, then up one of the paths off to the left, through the trees, finally breaking out into the open at the rocky summit.Mariana Trench29/06/2018
As per PeterDPip5609/05/2018
From NE along FP and then small path that went all the way to the top. Good views. UA completion.PeterD08/12/2017
Bracken bash on unmarked path, but top very pleasant.ngthack23/07/2017
Had a terrible time here followed footpath into fields and could not find footpath up should have followed footpath next to house at 425 932 the way marker is missing descended this way it is just past the boarding kennals. Hacked my way through ferns the same height as me and large number of biting insects, by the time I reached the top I was too hot and bothered to enjoy it. I would image this would be best done in winter where the path would be more defined. Fine views from the top this must have been a hill fort .hodder17/07/2017
From ROW to north east then unmarked path goes off to right to top. Lovely little hill with great views over Bristol ChannelMark Sims22/05/2017
As for Cas gwent.arranc11/04/2017
Accessed hill from ROW to NE, divering up hill on established path in open access land. Super little hill with great views.Cas-gwent06/04/2017
From south, steeply up to a very pleasing clearing above an area of deciduous forest. Looked hillfort-like. Good view of the day's earlier ascent of Wentwood and hazy views of Severn. Birdsong suggested it really was the first day of spring!Denise 01/03/2017
From SW on thin paths through forest from the mapped foot path. Open summit with good views.RichardM01/03/2017
From ne, as others. Summit looks like old stony hillfort rampart? A few Newport tumps after G2016 Triggers gathering. Slippery from overnight rainRHW16/10/2016
Again followed in jonglews footsteps. More or less!Dusty24/07/2016
RoW initially from minor road, then a faint track leads off SW dirctly for summit. Mainly wooded, but small clearing at top gives good views W and N. My 12th and final Newport tump today.jonglew23/06/2016
Starting point as Rambling Paul. Walk up through woods to summit just in open with fine pastoral views.Campbell Singer18/05/2016
Several paths to the summit. Top in undergrowthAdrian18/10/2015
Footpath at ST42498 93292 leads directly to summitRamblingpaul15/04/2015