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Name:Fan Fawr
Hill number:2237
Height:734m / 2408ft
RHB Section:32A: Llandovery to Monmouth
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Brecon Beacons
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Catchment:Neath, Catchment Boundaries, Taff
Watershed:Severn Estuary, Swansea Bay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Buxton & Lewis, Bridge, Clem
Grid ref:SN 96989 19369
Summit feature:no feature: 6m WNW of cairn
Col:439m  SN982203  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 160
(1:25k) OL12E
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 551 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked by Beacons Reservoir and approached summit from the south. Very windy on the ridge, hailed and snowed on the way up and sleeted briefly on the way back, but sunshine in between. Descended to Storey Arms and took the Taff Trail back to the car.clyoung01/03/2020
Clear morning but snowy on the way up and the top,which added to the fun . Slippy on way down but great views across to Pen y Fan.D SID29/01/2020
from Craig Cerrig-gleisiad car parkprwild27/10/2019
Pand K from Storey arms back via Beacons waysenrab06/09/2019
From forest carpark to SW at Fan Llia, via forestry and dam, w Pauli on day at end of heatwave. V hot in sun, then cold and raining. Time includes Fan Nedd. Rounsfell28/07/2019
A short trip to try out a new rucksackBannor24/07/2019
Summited as part of a circular walk taking in Fan Frynych, Craig Cerrig-gleisiad, Fan Fawr and Y Gyrn. Hot day. 8 miles. Solo.broser08/07/2019
From A470 after Pen y Fan and morning walk on Burton Hill and Fan too good to miss the opportunity.N.Morters30/04/2019
Trantham Clan25/04/2019
M J and O. 2nd hill after Pen y Fan and just a a handful of people. Beautiful hot day. Steep up and down from Storey ArmsMartin6621/04/2019
Fan Fawr, Corn Du, Pen y Fan & Cribyn. Started from 'lower' CP - walked up to Storey Arms CP, then a quiet ascent of Fan Fawr & on to trig - return to Storey Arms & on to Corn Du & Pen y Fan (now not so quiet). The continuation to the fine looking Cribyn was fairly quiet.ger15/04/2019
Was to be part of a bigger walk but very windy and wet - also realised boots were no longer waterproof so called it off with very wet feet.atreides788721/12/2018
Rob Rees14/12/2018
Loop from the YHAMadjonny06/12/2018
As Nuttall's walk 13.4, lieu day off work, run / walk, low mistphilwhit27/11/2018
From the Beacons Reservoir car park, ( so as to bag the flush bracket on the boathouse ). Misty, so had to use the compass to get to the trig.DanMaisieBex25/11/2018
With Darrenkingabunyip24/11/2018
Charli Wisbey29/09/2018
From Storey Arms / Canolfan Bannau. Mostly straightforward butpath faint and wet in a few places.Topographer5727/09/2018
Nice climbMountain mcgiverns01/09/2018
With Boggy.MGT6724/08/2018
Straight ascent from Storey Arms, clear views.kasharic21/07/2018
straight up from Storrey arms, neat summit cairn made from small stonesrichardrosser29/06/2018
Suck up and back from the car park near the Storey Arms.Swindon Bagger20/10/2017
From Storey Arms. SunnyWinterfloodian06/10/2017