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Name:Tair Onnen [Tair Onen (Pantylladron)]
Hill number:5554
Height:137.3m / 450ft
Parent (Ma):2288  Craig y Llyn
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Vale of Glamorgan (UA)
Catchment:Minor Rivers only (South)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Current County/UA Top
Grid ref:ST 03663 73984
Summit feature:ground by trig point
Col:67m  ST010777  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 170
(1:25k) 151E
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15
Survey of the County Top in the Vale of Glamorgan.pdf
Comments:Replaces hill 7821, which is 1.2m lower, as the County Top of the Vale of Glamorgan. Maes y Ward at ST034752 is 0.4m lower.
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  • Vale of Glamorgan current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 49 users)ByDate of Ascent
Boxing Day so no buses at bus stop. Around field edge.Campbell Singer26/12/2017
From bus stop. Diagonally across field. Crop cut.ngthack26/07/2017
With J and APip5628/02/2017
Parked at bus stop on S side A rd to N. RoW initially then W along solar farm perimeter fencing, finally short distance over arable field. Trig pillar at HP.jonglew20/12/2016
As per gerrybowesMark Sims05/12/2016
Parked in layby on A48 to north then found weakness in hedge to NNE then easily over ploughed field to summit and trig.Dugswell220/10/2016
From the bus stop Layby. Crop had been cut.PeterD17/09/2016
Bus stop alyby, walk to solar farm fence. Mature wheat crop in field so had to tread carefully to trig.clivevilla10/08/2016
Parked at the end of the south-side bus stop and used the now traditional route via the footpath and along beside the solar farm security fence.Newton Maximus20/05/2016
Parked in wide entrance of Conemasters Ltd at ST04022 74239 Crossed A48 & took public footpath to right of bus shelter Alongside hedge & then alongside solar farm fence A 30m walk from fence across arable land to summit trig point. (S)gerrybowes18/12/2015
Parked at bus stop, up to wire fence that runs across the field then turn right. Trig point clearly visible as crops recently cut.liljonb02/10/2015
Parked at 040742 on the opening to the now defunct bollard factory. Followed the track south and then west alongside the solar security fence. The trig is among the farmers crop so didnt trample over it. Solo.bolton15/07/2015
1/9 early start on this one, park at bus stop follow path to solar farm fence than follow fence till you see trig pillar.Fergalh07/12/2014
Tried last October but crops were growing. Parked in bus stop at beginning of path to ENE. Good wide track as there is a solar panel farm being built on the southern part of the field. Very handy as the northern border has a side edge to follow to within several metres of the trig.destaylor08/09/2014
Date unknownAdrian01/01/2011
Trig point in a field beside the road. Lay by for parking on main road.Malcvolm07/03/2010
easy walk from the road upto the trigpoint, good views.asbown01/03/2010
Nothing to add.Dusty31/08/2009
trig point in ploughed and planted field away from pathmr bounce09/04/2009
Trig pillar in field. Good views out to Bristol Channel.webmaster18/02/2009
Not really an ascent, but nice views over the Vale.preynish12/02/2009
a quick walk through a muddy field past a old barn to the trig pillarhodder18/11/2008
My final Welsh Council top -after helping supervise a D of E Group from Seaford in the Brecons with Jenny & JimChris Pearson21/04/2006
Walked the hedgerows and sneaked in round the back.Rhayader_wander05/04/2005
Sneaked round the corner of a field to reach the trig point - felt very conspicuous. Rewarded with surprisingly good views across the Bristol Channel.wheresthepath03/10/2004
Parked on the A48 at the NE corner of the field. Quickly made the trig in fading light.garyhoney30/11/2002
dullish pasture/arable summit; rw 17/8/02. layby 040741, S & E along edge of ar field then across pasture to TP RHW17/08/2002
In middle of field off main road. Mast 1/2m away.arranc06/03/1999
Alan Whatley27/12/2017
Martin R22/03/2017
Robert Kemp11/09/2015
carole engel06/10/2014
Tony J11/12/2011
andrew brown27/08/2011
Father Ted03/04/2005
David Purchase29/08/1999