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Name:Bache Hill
Hill number:2181
Height:610m / 2001ft
Parent (Ma):2178  Great Rhos
RHB Section:31B: Welshpool to Hay-on-Wye
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Central Wales - Radnor Forest
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge
Grid ref:SO 21390 63649
Summit feature:trig point
Col:569m  SO204637  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137 148
(1:25k) 201N
Survey:obvious summit
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 371 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Run from New Radnordave_mole07/06/2020
First of three tops following the nine mile Nuttall route from street parking in New Radnor, continuing onto Black Mixen and Great Rhos.WAYNE ROWLETT26/01/2020
Heading back to New Radnor after Black Mixen. HP is a Barrow of unknown date. Trig point on the barrow. Superb viewpoint.DanMaisieBex29/10/2019
Circuit of Radnor Trigs (clockwise) + WhimbleJim T12/08/2019
TD & CThis Dog02/08/2019
Parked at New Radnor and walked 17.5km taking in Bache Hill, Black Mixen and Great Rhos. Sunny day with some cloud. With eldest son.clyoung21/06/2019
Towards the end of the sunny Easter Saturday walk from Llandegley over Great Rhos and Black Mixen. Bache Hill boasts probably the best of the many Bronze Age round barrows in these mountains. A hazy day for the views, but didn't see a soul up here. Dropped down to New Radnor for the bus back to Hereford.thesweetcheat20/04/2019
Parked in New Radnor, followed route clockwise around Danger Zone to take in Great Rhos, Black Mixen and Bache Hill. Blustery and clear.andrew.morel15/04/2019
First Welsh Nuttall on 9m Circular Walk from New Radnor - Bache Hill, Black Mixen & Great RhosJephcote8313/04/2019
round of Radnor hills from New Radnor. would it scrape 2000feet if it wasnt for the unnatural looking hump the trig sits on?richardrosser05/03/2019
Part of a Bache Hill, Black Mixen, and Great Rhos circular.RyParks25/03/2018
From New Radnor Village SO 21280 60809, via Whimble,then onto Black Mixen and Great Rhos, as Nuttalls 11.4Westdenewalker10/10/2017
Parked up in the village and walked up Whimble first, then Bach Hill, Black Mixen and Great Rhos. Down into Harley Dingle then footpaths back to the village. Mainly following the Nuttall walk.Neolith28/08/2017
Knowle Hill - Whimble - Bache Hill - Great Creigiau - Black Mixen - Great Rhos. Basically the Nuttalls route with occasional diversions to take in the three bonus summits. Mainly cloudy and breezy but dry.Herbert Anchovy29/07/2017
With Shaky & Smithy from New Radnor. Parked in the village & took the steep minor road NW up to the forest at the top, following the track & then a very overgrown path to E of Whimble rejoining the track. Followed the fence N & then climbed over the gate to follow the fencelines to the tumulus on Bache Hill. Returned to path & then slanted NW along the edge of Black Mixen detouring to take in the summit. A fine walk round head of the valley to Great Rhos on dryish ground & then followed track at edge of danger area all the way down to Harley Dingle & round side of the hill back to New Radnor. A couple showers but great views & a great walk out.NotReallyABagger23/07/2017
A fine circuit with 5 trigs, on a perfect sunny day. Beginning to be converted to TuMPing by Alex and co, and regaining proficiency in climbing barbed wire fences. From New Radnor, over the superb Whimble, Bache Hill, direct to Black Mixen (noooo - follow the track), edge of forest and peaty tracks to Great Rhos, then seduced away from the indistinct correct line to the forestry by Nuttall baggers track, but correct line regained off piste. Through forest, then up to Nyth Grug, Mynd, Black Brook track to A44, direttissima towards Molecatchers Wood, Castle Hill, and The Smatcher.Gill26/03/2017
10 mile round trip from New RadnorTaz3801/02/2017
with roger king and dave walsh this is a grate walk for anyone whos not done itDarren-44307/01/2017
with dave and rogermy-list07/01/2017
anti clockwise from waterbreak its neck 10 topsunderhill04/09/2016
Second ascent.PeteF29/08/2016
With Jenx from New Radnor. Clockwise circuit of all the tops on a decent weather day, followed a damp start.nordicstar11/07/2016
From New Radnor on a reverse direction of Nuttall's 11.4 walk. Took in 6 hills, this being the fourth.jonglew16/06/2016
Nuttall's route from New Radnor on a gorgeous sunny day.Ramblingpaul12/05/2016
Nuttall's round from New Radnortweed30/03/2016
With a large group of about 20, on a fine day, on an anticlockwise circuit from New Radnor.Phreerunner13/03/2016
Radnor forest circular walk: Whimble, Bache Hill, Black Mixen, Great Rhos. Very quiet despite a nice sunny day- I saw three more dead sheep skeletons than people, and I only saw three skeletons…Cas-gwent23/02/2016
Nuttall Walk 11.4: Wimble - Bache Hill - Great Creigau - Black Mixen - Great Rhosronaldo33323/01/2016
Nuttall walk in the mist and rainRuth02/01/2016
4/7 Fourth of great snowy day's walking (Carneddau South Top/Carneddau South West Top/Whimble/Bache Hill/Great Creigau/Black Mixen/Great Rhos)Fergalh22/11/2015
Nuttalls walk 11.4 on a lovely sunny day.Crib Goch12/08/2015
With G. Nuttalls' route from New Radnor on bridleway taking in Whimble > Bache Hill > Black Mixen > Great Rhos > New Radnor.RT197031/07/2015
Snow in march no views had to use GPS to findAristotle Chip13/03/2015
With: hb; Approached from Black Mixen from the path by forest edge returning to SW towards Whinyard Rocks over Whimble and path back to New Radnor.Ian Baines10/03/2015
With: ib; Helen Baines10/03/2015
Round of the three Radnor Forest Hewitts from New Radnor. Very windy day, with especially strong gusts on Bache Hill.jim pererin10/01/2015
From New Radnor - Mutton Dingle - Whimble - Bache Hill - Great Creigau - Black Mixen - Great Rhos.david23020113/08/2014
Filthy day. Walk 11.4 solo in driving wind and rain. Weather improved as I descended Great Rhos! See
Bache Hill, Black Mixen and Great Rhos. Followed route in Nuttall book. A pint in the Radnor Arms at the end!tsharp25/08/2013
Doing a horseshoe walk clockwise from New Radnor (easy parking). Heather clad summit, there is no path to top form the north, easiest way is from the fence jucntion to the SE, good track all way to trig. Great views from this hill, especially to north, west and south, but too hazy today for decent photos. On to Whimble next..Hillsidenick07/08/2013
Good walk in light rain and mist.denisB5230/05/2013
Second visit, via the Whimble and the SW top with other barrows. The summit is one of the finest Bronze Age round barrows in Mid-Wales and despite the cold wind it was lovely to sit here in the sunshine after my previous misty visit.thesweetcheat02/03/2013
Trig Point. Route: Cwm Broadwell-Bache Hill-Black Mixen-Sheperd's Well-Great Rhos-Lower Harley-Sunnybank-New Radnor-Cwm Broadwell. Sunny,Clear,V Cold.Chris Williams09/01/2013
The first of the day.bolton25/07/2012
New Radnor - Whimble - Bache Hill - Black Mixen - Fron-wen - Great Rhos - Nyth-grug - Water-break-its-neck - New Radnor. Solo walk, mainly overcast.davidpettit8423/06/2012
CK SheilaS02/06/2012