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Name:Garn Fawr
Hill number:2223
Height:213m / 699ft
Parent (Ma):2208  Foel Cwmcerwyn
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Pembrokeshire [Sir Benfro] (CoU)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Submarilyn
Grid ref:SM 89595 38872
Summit feature:rock 7m E of trig point
Col:71m  SM930350  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 157
(1:25k) OL35W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 98 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Short walk from car park, good views to sea on a breezy morning.rhalstead09/03/2019
From the car park to the east.Under 15 minute solo return. Good conditions underfoot, dry, no wind but with plenty of cloud.bolton01/01/2019
Very wet and windy!Poolton12311/08/2018
From the car park to the east. A short walk up on a good path to a nice rocky top. It seemed apparent to me that the rock west of the trig at 89586 38876 was obviously higher than the one to the east. I am nit-picking but....clivevilla16/07/2018
A circular 7.5 mile walk from Strumble Head. Really beautiful walk on a lovely day. With Keith and baby Ross.islamidget01/07/2017
NT Garn Fawr Car Park - Garn Fawr (& Trig) - Lane to Strumble head - Coastal path to Tan-y-gear farm - Garn Fawr (& Trig) AGAIN - Harmony - Penyswgwarne - Bristgarn - Y Castell - Trehowel - Trenewydd - Garn Gillfach - NT Garn Fawr Car Parkbriandavies05/10/2016
From Garn Fechan car park direct to summit- needed a short scramble. Down to Pwll Deri for closer coastal views then return on S. side. This took an hour for a hill that could have been bagged in 20 mins, but every minute here was well spent- rocky ground and fine views. The best summit of the day, on my way from Newport (Pembrokeshire) to the Gowerpwheeler29/04/2016
Exhilarating late evening bit of exercise dashing up from Pwll Deri YHA.Alex C10/09/2015
2/3 Short walk up from car park niew views of surronding areaFergalh08/08/2015
Second visit, first for Chris. Early morning ascent from car park and I almost trod on an adderColin Crawford30/06/2015
Popped up from car park while Lorna waited. Sunny but windy.chriswatson20/05/2015
Headland walk #3 w Jenx post retirementnordicstar05/04/2015
Car park short distance due E on minor road. Short walk up to dramatic rocky summit topped with trig pillar. Descended on W side, past Pwll Deri YHA to Dinas Mawr for seal and shag watching.jonglew30/08/2014
Climbed with Emily & Joe whilst Nicky & Tom waited in car, also grabbed a geocache at summit. Awesome views of North Pembrokeshire.fnem21/08/2014
Walk up (along with neighbouring Garn Fechan) at the start of Wales Coast Path section from here to Goodwick. The bus driver obligingly dropped us at the carpark. Excellent hillfort, even overgrown the stone ramparts are impressive. Far reaching views to the Preselis and Carn Llidi.thesweetcheat09/08/2014
On walk around Strumble Head with Neil and Rubyre142121/07/2014
Easy stroll from car park - great viewsBramley14/09/2013
This was our second Trigg point of the day, after taking Afan Valley Road through Cymmer all the way to The point where Neath Port Talbot, Bridgend and Rhondda Cynnon Taff Counties meet (just above Treorchy)As you face the Icecream / Burger van head right to the Bridal path keep to the path and head towards the wind turbines you will come to a gate which you need to go through and you will see the trigg point just to your right before you reach the wind turbines, it was in pretty good shape apart from a bit of yellow paint sprayed over it.Bryangwyn02/09/2013
Easy walk up from car park.Superb wide-ranging views over much of Pembrokeshire.With Oscar.catman25/05/2013
With Catman.oscarrosie25/05/2013
Evening stroll from our holiday cottage in nearby Trefasser. Was treated to a beautiful red sunset over Pwll Deri - the hostel there in a fantastic spotcitygent15/09/2011
Quick jaunt up here with the family from the carpark and then a windy picnic by the trig.Herbert Anchovy14/09/2011
Easy grab in hot sultry evening to watch sundown.Martin R25/07/2011
CP just E of hill. A scramble (at least for me) at the top.chrisbien11/05/2011
From the car park to the East.destaylor24/10/2010
Easy bag from carpark to E.PeteF22/07/2010
From SM 899 387 as part of a clockwise circuit of Strumble Head.summitsup25/09/2009
Great little hill with good views of Strumble Head. Pleased to say that the wife managed this one but refused the scramble up to the trig point.
Visiting TP.Dusty09/05/2009
Did this super little hill on way to Strumble Head from good car park to east. Sunny 14 C under high pressure so very spring like.Dugswell218/03/2009
Climbed several times whilst staying at the nearby Treathro House. There's some nice little scrambles if you look for them (bit gorse-y though).wheresthepath20/09/2008
Revisit. Trig with bilingual GPS plaques; spider with VL 1940 neatly inscribed with punchmarks. Remains of small building also has its builders names written in concrete. Great little rocky summit, over looking a fine piece of Pembs coast. Wide green track from car park to E, leads to summit.RHW17/11/2007
up from the car aprk with the familygigglejon10/08/2005
Climbed on an overnight expedition to Pembrokeshire. Took the coast path round from Strumble Head. Best walk of the trip.marktrengove04/06/2005
Parked just to the east of the top. From the car park it was an easy stroll to the trig. Fine views could be had in very sunny weather. Dropped down to the youth hostel and joined the coast path. This was followed to Strumble Head Penrhyngaryhoney28/03/2004
Splendid views after a brief scramble up from the adjacent lane.
lovely summit & coast view. 898388 car park, easy tk to summit @ trig pt RHW02/04/2000
2 people on WDP to 2 rocky outcrops and column. Idyllic spot, excellent viewpoint.arranc01/05/1999
Ascended whilst in the area for an orienteering event. Excellent viewpoint.JohnW05/08/1992
Robert Kemp06/07/2018
Chris Peart30/06/2015