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Name:Llanfihangel Hill [Colva Hill]
Hill number:2185
Height:532.2m / 1746ft
Parent (Ma):2184  Gwaunceste Hill
RHB Section:31B: Welshpool to Hay-on-Wye
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Central Wales - Radnor Forest
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Submarilyn, Clem
Grid ref:SO 19452 55403
Summit feature:no feature: ground 9m NNE of trig point
Col:387.6m  SO 17968 55359  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 148
(1:25k) 200E
Observations:ground is 10cm higher than trig point base
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
Survey of Llanfihangel Hill.pdf
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 76 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
from col little hill 469, Gwenceste Hill mostly paths then off path straight towards colfa hill across grouse cuts paths to colva hill and return via rows above cwm cesteunderhill03/07/2020
Hp by trig in heather just off track. Lovely soft light as sun sets and temperature falls. Near the end of Gladestry circuitDenise 22/03/2020
Not a particularly exciting top, but still a lovely area nonetheless.Alex C22/03/2020
From Little Hill keeping to the Access Land. Good path up W slope then track to within 100m of summit . Very fine sunset.RichardM22/03/2020
3/4 for day on anticlockwise route from old YHA in Glascwm,heather moor, excellent views to north of Radnor hills.richardrosser10/03/2020
4/4 - started at 165534 - figure of 8 curcuit - weather fine all day - moderate breeze - not coldwychwood20/02/2019
Out and back from Colva. New, more direct tracks than on my map. Met man raking moss of a mountain. Turns out he bags it up and sells it.Eddie01/10/2018
Second of four Dewey's from Hundred House on a twenty two mile walk taking between seven and eight hours. Route was Gwaunceste hill, Llanfihangel hill, Glascwm hill and red hill. A long walk best for a dry day.WAYNE ROWLETT02/09/2018
Same route as Gerry's. 3.5 miles, 1 hour 8 mins.Jim.Fothergill15/11/2017
Small parking area next to Colva church at 200531 Up bridleway to track junction at 198539 Took right fork up to unnamed pool & then left fork (not shown on map) up to high point at 194553. From here a short walk along faint path through heather to summit. (S)gerrybowes26/08/2017
From car park at Pont Y Nantau, Gwaunceste Hill and Llanfihangel Hill.rhalstead05/11/2016
From New Cwmceste farm. Good path N to Cwm Kesty then E to Gwaunceste hill first. Returning over Llanfihangel Hill. This is all Duff Gordon's (Gordon's Gin people) land with grouse shooting being re-introduced to the moorland. May be some future access issues.jonglew15/06/2016
From Colva, parking in layby close to church.RobertP28/02/2016
4/9 Fourth of Nine (Llanbedr Hill NE Top/Llanbedr Hill/Red Hill/Llanfihangel Hill/Castle Hill/Nyth-Frug/Crinfynydd/Mynd/Gaer)Fergalh30/01/2016
From Gladestry up by Wain Wen and tracks to summit, returning by Upper Cwminon. Good circular walk although views were fairly poor in heavy cloud.SS06/12/2015
Surprisingly nice circular walk, parked at top of pass east of Glascwm, walked down through the village and up onto Little Hill (West one), then followed moors onto Gwaunceste Hill and across to Colva Hill, followed lanes to near Colva Church then went out and back to Yr Allt, then carried onto Black Hill, Glascwm Hill and up and back onto Little Hill (East one) back to car, nice and sunny day, didn't see anyone all day.DanTrig28/10/2015
Parked at the church. Got a bit lost following the bridleway to begin with but once on the open hill navigation was easy.Chris Peart18/08/2014
From the A481 by Llynheilyn at SO 16574 58200. Followed the ROW until by the top.Alan Moore14/11/2013
Easy parking at Colva. No problem with gorse/heather.destaylor03/05/2012
Got very wet. Enjoyed the yomp, though.Martin R25/08/2011
walked from colva to the south. good tracks up apart from the last 300m where there is no path through the gorse and heather.DARRENG25/05/2011
Parked at cross roads near Bwlch, then via good tracks to flattish summit area north of trig. Cloudy but dry so far this am.Dugswell217/05/2011
Start ~ 201531. Easy ascent via the many paths, with Wombourne.steve hudson22/02/2011
From Colva in about a foot of snow which made it slower going. The footpaths could be confusing in bad visibility.clivevilla13/02/2009
Circular from SO 212 534.summitsup04/01/2009
Climbed with Rob Woodall and friends, this being his penultimate Welsh Trig point.Father Ted10/08/2008
Second top of the day after GwaunCeste then back over a variety of very wet tracts to the car. Slightly damaged trig on the summitRhayader_wander01/01/2007
Parked at Colva and went steeply up. Then in high winds and rain walked along tracks until forced to hack through wet heather to the trig. Not a great hill in these conditions.garyhoney19/02/2002
On track to small farm on grass and heather. Into mist. NW wind. Heather all round. No view.arranc14/02/1999
Dewey bagging (two walks): Beacon Hill, Pool Hill and Warren Hill; Gwaunceste Hill, Colva Hill, Glascwm Hill and Red Hill RHW29/11/1997
Robert Kemp25/06/2017
Campbell Singer28/08/2013
andrew brown29/09/2012
Andy West14/08/2011