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Name:Fan Brycheiniog - Trig Point
Hill number:2230
Height:801.7m / 2630ft
Parent (Ma):5603  Fan Brycheiniog - Twr y Fan Foel
RHB Section:32A: Llandovery to Monmouth
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Brecon Beacons
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Catchment:Tawe
Class:Buxton & Lewis, Bridge, Trail 100, Other lists
(BL,Bg,T100,O)
Grid ref:SN 82536 21798
Summit feature:grassy knoll 1m NE of trig point
Drop:4m
Col:798m  SN824219  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 160
(1:25k) OL12W
Observations:cairn 290m NNE at SN 82436 22065 (hill 5063) is 0.75m higher
Survey:Leica NA730
Survey of Fan Brycheiniog (Final).doc
Comments:B&L, Bridge and Trail 100 top. Marilyn/Hewitt/Nuttall replaced by hill 5603. See Database Notes
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With E. Parked on minor road to E (Bwlch Cerrig Dion) and followed small intermittent path past ruins to Llyn y Fan Fawr. Good picnic/drink stop. Then up path to Fan Brycheiniog - Trig Point where drifting clouds limited visibility along ridge. Continued onto Fan Brycheiniog - Twr y Fan Foel and then historic county summit of Carmarthenshire at Fan Foel. Returned by same route bagging Fan Brycheiniog South - East Top on way back. Great walk just a shame the drifting clouds on the day restricted our views.Beeliner13/07/2019
Walked from car park on A4069. Out and back loosely following the Beacons Way to summit Garreg Lwyd, Foel Fraith, Garreg Las, Waun Lefrith, Bannau Sir Gaer, Fan Foel, Fan Brycheiniog, Fan Hir. High temperatures, clear skies and terrific views made for a very enjoyable day out.muzza205/07/2019
M J O From the church car park along the top and then back under the escarpment.Martin6624/04/2019
Mountain CoachTracey17307/04/2019
Along the ridge from Fan Brycheiniog summit.Mariana Trench29/03/2019
Long circular route from Llanddeusant YHAdc9615/09/2018
With: hb; From Garreg Las up onto Waun Lefrith then Bannau Sir Gaer and Fan Foel, over Fan Brycheiniog and down the long ridge of Fan Hir back to Glyntawe.Ian Baines25/08/2018
Blustery, squally winter's dayAJones09/02/2018
ghaley26/10/2017
Ascent from car park on road to Trecastle. Not easy to pick the path through the boggy sections at times but going improved with the climb.amarillo-oro-como28/08/2017
X-trails run, misty / low visibilityphilwhit19/08/2017
Parked 856223, off road space for 4/5 cars. Hot, sunny, calm and good views.iangalbraith08/07/2017
great day walking solocolinfielding25/05/2017
Parked at pub in Glyntawe, walked along ridge ridgeway (Fan Hir) - great viewsprcclarke09/04/2017
Fan Hir, Fan Brycheiniog, Twr Y Fan Foel, Fan Foel, Picws Du, Waun Lefrith, Disgwylfa, Carreg Gochkeithouk03/04/2017
From cairn - on to Fan Hir.Wycombe Wanderer07/02/2017
Started at SN855223. Walked W to Llyn Y Fan Fawr. Continued N before turning S to gain the ridge.Arbie02/12/2016
Nuttall walk 13.6. Just fabulousRamblingpaul26/08/2016
LP+G. Claggy and wet at topnix_snilloc21/07/2016
Hard to avoid.Newton Maximus27/06/2016
Continuation of ridge walk from west.Cas-gwent20/04/2016
On a circuit of hills after Fan Brycheiniognordicstar18/02/2016
Perfect winter ascent with not a cloud in the sky. Good hard snow & a biting wind.DanMaisieBex15/02/2016
from SN 855224 to TP, Fan Brycheiniog, Fan Foel, Fan Hir and walk around Llyn y Fan Fawr lake Moss tops,fog visibility 50 m navigation required all dayunderhill13/12/2015
Parked opposite closed Tafarn-y-Garreg, started off along the Beacons Way but once we reached the open access land headed up on to the ridge. Walked along the ridge to Fan Hir then on to Fan Brycheiniog (both the trig point and the cairn at the end). Descended to Llyn y Fan Fawr and came back along the Beacons Way. Walked with husband and sons (aged 12 and 9).clyoung10/08/2015
Solosimon and co25/05/2015
Circular walk up from Llanddeusant car parkNeolith16/05/2015
Low cloud for a Nuttall round of the Carmarthen Fan fells. With Steve.Lou10/05/2015
Nuttall Walk 13.6: Fan Hir - Fan Brycheiniog Trig - Fan Brycheiniog - Fan Foel - Picws Du - Waun Lefrith - Garreg Lasronaldo33304/04/2015
Camarthen fan walk. Great viewsAristotle Chip25/03/2015
Completed as part of a winter bothying expedition to Llyn y fan fach.mrgeorgeabaker22/02/2015
From layby at 856223 into the mist at Llyn y Fan Fawr, joining Beacon Way; up via Fan Brycheiniog. Very strong wind from SW.callumorr18/02/2015
5/8 Wonderful ridge walk consisting of Waun Lefrith/Bannau Sir Gaer/Fan Foel/Fan Brycheiniog (Twr y Fan Foel)/Fan Brycheiniog/Fan HirFergalh15/02/2015
From road to East Lakesgirl01/11/2014
802mThe Grouse10/07/2014
Fan Hir, Fan Brycheiniog Trig Point, Fan Brycheiniog, Fan Foel, Pices Du, Waun Lefrith, Disgwylfa, Carreg Goch, Twynwalter.ijpowell24/04/2014
Complete ridge from minor road to east. Filthy day, clag down, gale force winds, none stop rain.Crib Goch15/09/2013
eyenose25/07/2013
A day hike with my two young children starting from the car park just past the houses at Blaenau near Llanddeusant. Followed track to Llyn y Fan Fach, before an ascent to Waun Lefrith (677m), from where the cliff edge was followed to Picws Du (749m). A descent was made before climbing again to the Carmarthenshire high point of Fan Foel (781m), and then Fan Brycheiniog (802m). Descending from Fan Foel onto the Beacons Way, then back to Blaenau. A fine sunny day, with a total 13.4km distance and 785m ascent. Visit <A HREF='http://www.virtualmountains.co.uk/BreconBeacons/BreconBeacons.html' TARGET='_blank' TITLE='Click to visit Virtual Tour'> www.virtualmountains.co.uk</A> for a virtual 360 degree panoramic tour.VirtualMountain07/07/2013
Nice round tripClachaig02/06/2013
Parked in Glasfynydd car park (SN 820271) and walked up to ascend the north ridge of Fan Foel and then along to Fan Brycheiniog before dropping back down. Great views of the lakes - Llyn y Fan Fawr particularly stunning in the sunlight.KingBaldy19/05/2013
From Glyntawe a round of Fan Hir, Fan Brycheiniog, Fan Foel, Bannau Sir Gaer, Waun Lefrith, Garreg Las, Disgwylfa, Carreg Goch and Twynwalter.rhalstead20/04/2013
From Afon Tawe.koen1602/02/2013
From the little farm road west of Llanddeusant. A lovely winter day, super cold, but still and sunny. Did Fan Foel, Fan Brycheiniog (Twr y Fan Foel) and the trig point which is an equal height. Then on to Picws Du and Waun Lefrith. Beautiful view over Llyn y Fan Fawr and Fach.islamidget13/01/2013
Round of Fan Hir, Fan Brycheiniog, Picw Du, Waun Waun Lefrith and Garreg Las with Iain Brown.Eddie08/12/2012
Stopped off here to bag the Trig and to take advantage of the shelter from the wind! Walked from the farm via the reservoir road and round the ridge (anti-clockwise). Very windy during the day but amazing visibility - we could see Exmoor rising over the channel!Bambography27/10/2012
With Gerry and John L.bolton20/09/2012
Parked by the Tafarn-y-Garreg pub in Glyntawe (closed for sale) – Path opposite pub – Up on to Allt Fach ridge – Fan Hir – Fan Brycheiniog trig point & cairn – Twr y Fan Foel – Picws Du – Waun Lefrith – Garreg Las – Back down to head of Twrch Fechan – Follow right of way back to Glyntawe. (JL,PM)gerrybowes20/09/2012
Camped up at Llyn y Fan Fach on Friday night and then hiked up to Waun Lefrith along to Bannau Sir Gaer, then the fabulous Fan Brycheiniog. Down to ty Henry, slog up Brecon Way back via Llyn y Fan Fawr and then across to path down to Blaenau. With Martin Phillips, 14 miles, great walkJamesey01/09/2012
Round trip in good conditions. Walk back much easier than Nuttalls suggest - path all the way if you keep your eyes open.SS04/06/2012
With Fan Hir.lenman03/06/2012
With G. Nuttalls' route 13.6 from church at Glyntawe > Fan Hir > Fan Brycheiniog > Fan Foel > Picws Du > Waun Lefrith > Garreg Las, then return via Beacons Way.RT197012/04/2012
Family walk with the Kellets.simonjallen27/12/2011
Parked in 'car park' just below the fish farm/Fan Fach reservoir. Walked remainder of ridgeway walk and looped back around second reservoir, Fan Fawr. Cloudy up at ridge level.rypj8318/11/2011
Parked at bottom of reservoir road. Walked over the hills to Lancaster memorial, then up to Fan Foel, Fan Brycheiniog, Bannau Sir Gaer and around and down to Llyn y Fan Fach and back to the car. Great walk.CandS3702/10/2011
Old high point on ridgeapricorum14/08/2011
From church at Glyntawe (SN 84776 16892) - Allt Fach - Fan Hir - Fan Brycheiniog Trig Point - T&#373;r y Fan Foel - Fan Foel - Bannau Sir Gaer Picws Du - Waun Lefrith. Out and back by the same route.david23020131/07/2011
Sunny green slopes scarred with pink, overlooking blue waters of the llyns. Brecon Beacons in summerWill_Barnes30/07/2011
Camarthan Fan Nuttalls and a some Deweys on the walk out, from A4067. Great walk, had the hills to myself.Fred Windsor21/07/2011
Lovely walk up from Llyn y Fan Fawr. Ridge walk along Fan Brycheiniog, Bannau Sir Gaer, Waun Lefrith and down and back up to Garreg Las.tobywharne09/07/2011
Nuttall's walk 13.6. on lovely summers day.Dugswell202/07/2011
Climbed with Nick. Did Waun Lefrith, Bannau Sir Gaer, Fan Foel, Twr y Fan Foel and up to Fan Brycheiniog before heading back.DaveD24/06/2011
As Nuttall route plus 3 Deweys. Wet & windy!David Gradwell28/05/2011
Dan Yr Ogof, Fan Hir, Fan Brycheiniog, Bannau Sir Gaer, Waun Lefrith, Banwen Gwyn, Casell Y geifr, Dan Yr Ogof. Very warm, a few people about, views of the sea.Taz3825/04/2011
Climbed with paul jones, third visit.thenomad10/02/2011
latest visit - mistybackpackbrewer29/09/2010
Traverse of Garreg Lwyd, Foel Fraith, Garreg Las, Waun Lefrith, Bannau Sir Gaer, Fan Foel, Fan Brycheiniog and Fan Hir with Stephen.Herbert Anchovy09/09/2010
Climbed from the road to the NW as a detour before the Picws Du ridge. The cairn on the new N top was (luckily) an obvious detour anyway from this side. Very nice steep-edged peak over the lake, even if not quite as dramatic as the western edges.poppiesrara08/08/2010
Hazy solo walk from Dan y r Ogof, via Fan Hir. There are two good Bronze Age cairns, one on the northern summit (not where the trig is) and another on Fan Foel that has been restored, please don't mess it about! Descent to Llyn y Fan Fawr and Cerrig Duon.thesweetcheat05/06/2010
Start: Dan Yr Ogof campsite. Accompanied by Pasquale.Baggerdaz31/05/2010
Fantastic views to the East from the summit, all the way over to the Black Mountains in the East. Pen y Fan, Corn Ddu, Fan Fawr and Fan Gyhirych all covered in snow.PhylipSollis04/04/2010
With Ben on 4-day backpack across the Brecon Beaconsalistairpooler03/04/2010
Left car at 856223 (14:40) and followed faint contouring path in mist over stream and then up hillside to lake. Good path up scarp to ridge and along it to summit. Went on to Fan Foel at apex. Cloud cleared on way down; good views and sunshine. Car 17:05.dbb11/10/2009
3 day walk Start/finish: A4069 Distance covered: 27 miles Weather: Over the 3 days weather went from good clear to heavy clag and rain Camp: Bivi - Careg Yr OgofWillowisp25/08/2009
Part of a circular walk from Llanddeusant. Good weather throughout, temp approx 20dave_a05/08/2009
With Emma, Claire, Tom and Phil.ed_longshanks27/07/2009
The best circuit, from Blaenau to the NW; up Sychnant - up to Fan Foel - Fan Brycheiniog - Fan Hir - Bannau Sir Gaer - Waun Lefrith - down to the llyn and back. Great escarpment tramping.Mark Jackson09/07/2009
Walk from Abercraf over Fan Foel.Philsidwell07/07/2009
Estimated dateFACERS02/07/2009
Got a bit lost to begin with, but finally found the right path. Very hot day but stunning views.Matt Smith16/06/2009
Bagged trig on way to Fan Hir.DanTrig13/06/2009
With Dad. Date not perfect.gurney9901/06/2009
From Glyntawe via Fan Hir.Wheelsy05/04/2009
As part of the Nuttall route across five peaks around the Carmarthen Fan. Windy on the tops but a fine day.woodse14/03/2009
walking with trexamandajb131/01/2009
Visited on a circular walk from Ford Blaenau on a crisp, bright day with a foot of snow on the ground.jonglew30/12/2008
windy, grey but a beautiful wilderness. walked with mogglesjonathanwilliam23/12/2008
Pleasant trek across the open moorland, before the sharp pull to the top.Deltic03/11/2008
Standing snow patches, misty.Ian Davies03/11/2008
With Tony and DevonStuart Hyde18/10/2008
Walked up from Glyntawe via Fan Hir. Very modern looking wind shelter.huwthomas03/10/2008
Came up to bag a Geocache/Waymark.nolan24/08/2008
Track from obvious parking place to E. Past end of lake and diagonally across hill to ridge at col. Continued to shelter and trig, then round to several subsidiary summits. Fan Hir done from col on way back. Very sunny but howling gale on top.Aye Jimmy13/05/2008
With Alan Cjohnjennison05/05/2008
Went with Arny to this top, we did the ridge from the pub Tarren y Garreg, over the moor to Sinc Y Geidd and around to Bannau Sir Gaer. Lovely ridge, all the way back over Fan HirWalker25/04/2008
On 4 Wells Walkpowyswalker11/08/2007
Trig point, Route:Llanddeusant to Tafarn Y Garreg (Beacons Way) Ok for dogs.Chris Williams21/04/2007
Revisit date. First date not recorded. RHW17/12/2006
Dont do this-one in anything but good weather, good navigation skills needed to get across from road in misteddierowlands06/11/2006
SOTA activationIan G7KXV02/11/2006
With: hb sb ab; We parked at the road end beyond Blaenau then followed the track up to Llyn y Fan Fach before climbing the NE ridge of Waun Lefrith. Then over Bannau Sir Gaer to Fan Foel to Fan Brycheiniog and Fan Hir before dropping NW from Fan Foel.Ian Baines05/08/2006
Brecons Wild Camping with Richard richardsun13/07/2006
Welsh Nuttall walk 13.6David Evans31/05/2006
part of a cracking circular taking in picws du.stig_nest19/05/2006
Surrounded by soldiers!Campbell Singer08/04/2006
Parked @ SN855223 and followed path to Llyn(difficult to find at times). Went round base of Fan Foel, up Bannau Sir Gaer and round to top. Very wet and windy so left Fan Hir out. Returned via lake. Done with Martin.robphys18/12/2005
Touched the trig pointChinnockC13/11/2005
From Bwlch Cerrig Duon over the moor then along the scarp to Waun Lefrith and back under the cliffs by the lakes.Jake99415/08/2005
Approached from east via the beautiful Llyn y Fan Fawr. Summit shelter seems to be permanently occupied (even though it was calm and sunny!). Bagged Fan Foel (county top) at same time.wheresthepath19/06/2005
856 223 (road). Llyn y Fan Fawr, Bwlch Giedd, Fan Brycheiniog, Waun Lefrith, Llyn y Fan Fach. Made way back along bottom,dunx200507/04/2005
On way to Fan Brycheiniog.peter4lc13/06/2004
Solo day over the Carmarthan Fan.marktrengove23/06/2003
A quick plod south east brought us to the highest point on the walk. Had lunch in the shelter where the only other inhabitant told us that he made the wind chill below -7. No views what so ever as we had been in cloud since 550m.garyhoney31/12/2002
The higest mountains in the West Breconssteverd29/03/2002
Revisit on 13/09/2011 with DoBH editors to survey the twin summits. This is lower than Twr y Fan Foel.webmaster10/06/2000
A late add! I've been up this many times, it's a grand walk.Gill01/01/2000
GGRRIdris13/11/1999
Done after summit cairn. Second of three routes today.mikejacobs15/11/1998
From Glyntawe church.Marshsand15/07/1998
done as part of umist club tripmike killick29/12/1996
topgigglejon04/08/1996
2 of 6: From Fan Hir. With Karen.ChrisR30/06/1996
K Cambrian Waycrazy31/05/1996
First walk on this mountain after moving to the Amman Valley.Dusty12/03/1996
Climbed with Robin, second visit.thenomad05/03/1996
Started at the Red Lion YH led a group of scouts (1st Little Stoke) > Fan Foel > FAN BRYCHEINIOG summit tig pillar (2975) at SN 82533 21792 801.928m> Fan Hir > Bannau Sir Gaer - Picws Du > Waun Lefrith > Llyn y Fan Fach > Red Lion YHTony Hartry08/07/1995
On way home from Easter climbing trip to Pembrokeshire. A good relatively short run with Alan & Robin in wind/rain up scarp and along edge.Chris Pearson17/04/1995
With Fan Hir - soloJohnIvor24/09/1994
first ascent.thenomad20/06/1993
Cambrian Way. Very pleased as I walked on to see the head of the Usk where it ought to be! And good to see Dave coming to meet me as I walked into Myddfai, though he then had to go home to recuperate for a week or so. Also visited on 13 April 2002; almost certainly to cairn as well as trig point on both occasions.ruthatlast03/06/1993
Galltywenallt05/05/1991
18/11/06 - Excellent Broken spectres. 12/02/12 - Atmospheric cloud with sunny interludes.Smudge01/10/1990
petey01/01/1990
Date unknown RHW01/01/1990
Split from with one other from a large group so we could also add Fan Hir onto the trip as we crossed the range W to E. Subsequent visits from all sides. Direct descent over the N ridge not advised in the wetRhayader_wander28/02/1988
From Fan Hir. Up to trig 2975 at 12.50 and well built shelter. to Fan Foelarranc06/04/1984
Day 5 of Cambrian Way. Llywn y Celyn to Llanddeusant with 12 tops on the way, including this one.PeterD26/05/1982
May have also climbed with HUFRC around 69/70.glbrookes20/04/1981
2nd completion of SW 7 peaks marathon, west to east, Llandeusant to Capel-y-ffin.douglas_easton01/06/1979
Brecon Beacons. S. Bwlch Cerrig Duon - Llyn y Fan Fawr - Fan Brycheiniog - Fan Foel - Bannau Sir Gaer - Fan Foel - Fan Brycheiniog - Fan Hir - Blaen-car - Bwlch Cerrig Duon via road. Weather - Good.tarrp26/08/1978
Last peak of the SW 7 peaks marathon. Apparently not the highest point though.douglas_easton01/06/1978
Approx date - some sort of school tripdesperate dan01/04/1978
Finished the South Wales Mountain Marathon on this peak today! Revisited on several occasions since.signyred10/08/1974
First time (1980s) from SN 856 223. Subsequently from SN 791 241.summitsupblank
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