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Name:Dinas
Hill number:2218
Height:331m / 1086ft
Parent (Ma):2203  Drygarn Fawr
Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Carmarthenshire [Sir Gaerfyrddin] (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn
(Hu,Tu,3,sMa)
Grid ref:SN 78229 46679
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:145m
Col:186m  SN787467  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 146 147
(1:25k) 187S
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 37 users)ByDate of Ascent
With K and RM. Ascended to right of cave before breakfast. Tricky.Ashley30/05/2016
Parked at SN782463. I started off heading straight up but crags forced a clockwise rising traverse which took me around the back and onto easier ground. I counted five possible summits.Chris Peart29/04/2016
What this hill lacks in altitude it makes up for in attitude. Started at small car park at south east end and walked for about 400ms in a clockwise direction. Then steeply upwards through break in crags onto narrow ridge and then up slippy slopes. Great summit. Had to be very careful on way down due to tree roots, wet leaves, slippy rock and loose moss.Campbell Singer03/01/2016
1/4 First of few but tough hills day Dinas/Cnapyn Melyn/Pen Crag Alltyberau/Esgair FraithFergalh07/11/2015
From RSPB car park, board walk to where it meets circular RoW shown on OS 1:25k map. Then followed faint track almost directly to summit. Far easier bag than anticipated with thick fern encountered only for last 20m. With Mrs G and Dusty.jonglew07/09/2014
Followed path to W of summit. Then small path off - not much use. DIY to summit. No need to go near any rocky crags. 4 or 5 contenders for summit within 70m.destaylor25/05/2012
A fun hill with a variety of choice of routes through the bracken and rocks.Martin R04/08/2011
A rocky horror.Parked at RSPB cp and took anticlockwise path around hill. At 65mins post, a path goes uphill and stairs take you into a cave. Doh! Back down stairs and skirt rocks on west side up a steep wooded slope to summit area with variety of tops.chriswatson09/11/2010
From SN 782 463summitsup26/09/2009
Short, sharp ascent through woods, pick your own summit. Fine wee hilldochart11104/12/2005
fine hill & surroundings, no access problems encountered 2apr. 787470 RSPB car park, boardwalk then long E ridge, beware wardens etc, winter best pre-breeding RHW02/04/2000
450' up on very faint path through trees and rocky outcrops to top. 3 outcrops compete for highest point. No cairn.arranc04/05/1999
Mick Moore26/03/2017
Bug30/05/2016
BaggerGutt30/03/2016
AndyS31/12/2014
Dusty07/09/2014
chalky195301/10/2013
andrew brown25/06/2012
melly121/09/2011
jnixon21/09/2011
Colin Crawford12/09/2011
Alan Whatley11/09/2010
iaindbrown15/03/2010
DARRENG09/03/2010
mae28/02/2009
Adrian08/06/2008
stevent080917/06/2006
Halfdecent01/05/2005
Jon F30/04/2005
ajwxyzt03/04/2005
ianwatson01/01/2005
marktrengove19/10/2003
andrew.allum01/01/2000
David Purchase12/03/1999
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