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Name:Werfa [Mynydd Llangeinwyr]
Hill number:3531
Height:568m / 1864ft
Parent (Ma):2288  Craig y Llyn
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Bridgend (UA)
Catchment:Avan , Catchment Boundaries, Ogmore
Watershed:Swansea Bay
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Current County/UA Top, Subhump, Clem
Grid ref:SS 91278 94773
Summit feature:trig point
Col:478m  SS912971  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 170
(1:25k) 166W
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill
  • Bridgend current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 91 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With E. Parked at wind farm entrance on A4107. Walked along track to fenced area around two telecomms masts. Negotiated around 20+ horses by the fence to trig point which is in a dilapidated state. Apart from the unmoving horses an easy bag!Beeliner16/07/2019
Access track to masts - gates open so could drive most of the way.PGCE10/07/2019
Welsh county top bagging. parked at end of track and short walk up. trig in not good conditionjmistry8627/05/2019
1/2 - Started at dusk at 918952 - cloudy but fine weather - breezy. Took the new windfarm track then onto summitwychwood19/04/2019
Second hill of the day, sunny, very friendly sheep, walked from road with nice views of the valleyspenbet24/02/2019
Parked on side of the A4107 and walked up the access track to the wind turbines and then onto the broken trig point. Lovely views of Red kites and a male Sparrowhawk. Beautiful day to be out exploring!Gerry the Ranger05/07/2018
Boxing Day so no wind farm traffic. Used wind farm road then crossed through gates and cattle grid onto radio masts track and up to trig in swampy moorland. Barbara and Jemma.Campbell Singer26/12/2017
Easier to take the radio mast track from the start although better parking at wind farm entrance.Barbara Singer26/12/2017
Great views on way up but then the mist descended.Jemma Singer26/12/2017
Parked just off main road at SS 9208 9513. Easy walk up mast access track. Went on to Werfa trig surface block, Daren Goch surface block, Nant-hir trig pillar and finally Carn yr Hyrdodd surface block before returning.jonglew03/01/2017
Parked at end of the road at Blaegwynfi and then followed footpath up into forest and then out onto hillside and up between Mynydd Caerau and Werfa. Onto Mynydd Caerau first then onward to Werfa before returning to Blaegwynfi on a lovely sunny morning.Dugswell221/10/2016
Up track to mast from the road and onto broken trig point, before heading to Mynydd Caerau. Good views across to Steep Holm, Somerset and Devon. Wind Farm development in full swing even on a Saturday.PeterD06/08/2016
Continuation from Twyn Crugyrafan. Followed an eroded path south to the A 4061, then easily up the aerial track past the enclosure to the summit. Onwards to Mynydd Caerau. Solo.marktrengove17/07/2016
The start of construction of another wind farm required parking a little to the east on the A4017. Straight forward up and back.Newton Maximus08/05/2016
Started in Upton Street, Blaegwynfi and followed track up into forest. Followed track to SS 89982 96953 and turned left. Again followed track. Quite a mess in places with bike tracks cutting the track up. Turned right at SS 89965 97370 and followed track to Mynydd Blaengwynfi. Reversed track for a short distance and then followed a series of paths and tracks to Twyn Crugyrafan. Descended to road and then up to top of Werfa. Crossed moor and climbed up to top of Mynydd Caerau. Steep at start of climb up. Walked across moors back to Blaengwynfi. Good walk. Mainly on tracks and paths but badly cut up in places by the boys on bikes.MikeM05/05/2016
Parked on the side of the A4107 at the end of the track to E of top. Simple stroll along a concrete road led to radio station, mangled trig and the top.Cas-gwent26/04/2016
Easy walk up the mast access road from the main road.Neolith25/03/2016
With Chris while staying near Ammanfordmagirob15/10/2015
visited again (by mistake) on way to M Caerau. Column now badly damaged. No FB.arranc17/09/2015
A short walk from the access road to the masts. A great viewpoint with superb visibility. With GB.bolton29/07/2015
Parked by the transmitter access road barrier Along concrete access road to battered trig point. (PM)gerrybowes29/07/2015
From car park below pass out past masts and trig point and on down the scrambling track (with trail bikers) and up the bulldozed track before easy ground to the trig point on Mynydd Caerau. Returned same way with a quick visit to Twyn Crugyrafan before returning to the car.SS15/03/2015
From the road up to the mast along the concrete road. I find these hills rather depressing with the litter, the gratuitous conifer forests and the run down villages.clivevilla14/03/2015
6/9 Simple enough walk up to radio mast and to the right is lightning blasted trig pillarFergalh07/12/2014
From Layby come fly tipping mecca, Twyn Crugyrafan [Graig Fawr] and Werfa [Mynydd Llangeinwyr].rhalstead19/05/2014
Start ~ 926952, roadside parking. Done on a route over Werfa, on to Mynydd Caerau and returning along the track to Twyn Crugyrafan. Remains of trigs on all three summits. Wind and rain latterly, with Wombourne.steve hudson31/10/2013
Parked at side of road at GR 926952. Walked on track to mast station then across bog to summit. Continued to Mynydd Caerau then back to Twyn Crugyrafan. Remains of a trig point on all three tops. With SH.wombourne31/10/2013
Nice views.Adrian24/08/2013
Short easy jaunt from road, the fly-tippers have been stopped by a new gate, but the summit is still covered in old rubbish. Goes in at No. 2 in my Most Toxic Mountain League but still lags behind Cefn Yr Ystrad.dicky06/08/2013
Parked at barriers on access road to masts. Limited spaces as barriers now near road (to prevent dumping along the track, presumably). Still lots of rubbish by barriers, saw council van cleaning up laybys and verges on way back. Easy walk along track, trig seen better days - even the brass number plate has been removed by vandals, for scrap no doubt. Not convinced trig is the highest point, but top very flat so not sure matters that much. Not a great hill, but at least quiet.Hillsidenick26/07/2013
Final stop on a hot sunny solo walk from Treherbert station. Easy top to access up the concrete track, rather featureless apart from the masts and broken trig pillar. Horses showed too much interest in the visitor, so didn't linger long!thesweetcheat08/06/2013
Parked on grass just off road on corner at beginning of track. Most of rubbish gone.destaylor08/11/2012
First of a number of visits to find surface blocks and triangulation pillars.Dusty07/05/2009
Trig pillar W of antennae compound. Views to Brecon Beacons and Bristol Channel.webmaster18/02/2009
came via blaencmw over bwlch nant-gwyn then a short walk along the road.Much of the rubbish has been cleaned up trig badly damagedhodder06/01/2009
Miserable wet walk up to the top with two BT vans and enough rubbish to start a small recycling scheme with. Badly vandalised trig.Rhayader_wander14/11/2006
Vandalised trig point to one side of BT masts. Both sides of concrete track to summit used as tip by locals. A disgraceful "Hill of Shame"signyred18/07/2006
After helping supervise a D of E Group from Seaford in the Brecons with Jenny & JimChris Pearson21/04/2006
Trig revisit. Rough grass summit, big mast compound adjacent, extensive unexciting view.RHW29/01/2006
Shame on you, people of Bridgend Unitary Authority. Your highest point is knee-deep in litter and with a disgracefully smashed-up trig surrounded by vehicle-churned bog.. Menacing fella sitting in a car, probably waiting to further desecrate the hill.wheresthepath19/06/2005
Drove up to this top. On the way up evidence of car crime was everywhere hence we took it in turns to walk the 100m to the top of Bridgend. A very unpleasant hill.garyhoney24/11/2002
v scruffy access track, good view to S, tussocky grass, large mast compound, battered trig. A4107 pass, easy walk, conc track (gates, open, not driven) RHW18/04/1998
Alan Whatley30/12/2017