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Name:The Mount
Hill number:15839
Height:127m / 417ft
Parent (Ma):2297  Mynydd Machen
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Newport (UA)
Catchment:Rhymney, Catchment Boundaries, Usk
Watershed:Cardiff to Cape Wrath
Class:Tump (100-199m)
(Tu,1)
Grid ref:ST 25868 84839
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:62m
Col:65m  ST248875  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 171
(1:25k) 152
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 22 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in gateway of mast to the east, round the already harvested edge of a wheat field to HP.clivevilla15/08/2019
Short walk from road into muddy field.Tony J15/04/2018
From Castleton via Coal Pit Lane and Pen-y-Lan Road, then across the turnip fields on the footpaths to the summitMariana Trench14/01/2018
There is room to park a car just off the road beside the mast enclosure. I walked along the RoW from there. I could just about see where the fort was and tramped about a bit to make sure we got the top. Wee Ross walked most of the way back to the car (although probably did double the distance since he zigzags).islamidget09/09/2017
From mast. By winter wheat crop runnels.arranc12/04/2017
Moderately well defined stubble hp ST 25868 84835 coincides with ex trig pillar location. Via RoW from east. My final Newport UA P30RHW16/10/2016
From FP to East. Good views. crop had recently been cut.PeterD18/09/2016
Approached via fp from east.Campbell Singer18/05/2016
Over open field from east.Barbara Singer18/05/2016
Easy from road to N.Adrian18/10/2015
Visited for the destroyed trig pillar, Pen-y-Lan. Parked at field entrance, walked across muddy ploughed field to top of The Mount. There are no indications of the earthworks other than a gentle rising of the ground.jonglew06/01/2013
Visited when looking for the ex-trig in the area.Father Ted22/07/2008
3/3 After Mynydd twyn-glas and Graig Ddifaith (still on way home), quick grab into field following tractor tracks to top, not muddy thanks to this great dry weatherpenbetblank
kasharic23/12/2018
asbown24/11/2017
andrew brown26/09/2017
ngthack21/07/2017
Pip5620/07/2016
Ramblingpaul08/09/2014
stevent080912/01/2014
Alex C22/01/2013
Dusty12/11/2009