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Name:Shadwell Hill
Hill number:7602
Height:497m / 1631ft
Parent (Ma):2183  Beacon Hill
Section:31B: Welshpool to Hay-on-Wye
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:SO 20393 87497
Summit feature:no feature: thick heather in clearing
Drop:59m
Col:438m  SO148862  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137
(1:25k) 216
Survey:Leica 530
Survey of Shadwell Hill (Final).doc
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 17 users)ByDate of Ascent
Whilst visiting adjacent trig pillarscjo25/03/2017
5/8 Fifth of eight (Moel y Golfa/Breiddon Hill/Long Mountain (Beacon Ring)/Caeliber Isaf/Shadwell Hill/Pen-Caenion/Ddifed/Mynydd Cerrigllwydion)Fergalh18/12/2016
With the weather looking like it was closing in I elected to drive to Clives firebreak. Wow theres a lot of potholes.. I'd not recommend it. The firebreak is bloomin horrendously rutted and getting into the trees was actually a relief.. as you approach the high point of the firebreak a track of sorts heads into the trees. Follow this easily and just keep your eyes open for the path of least resistance. Id taken secateurs with me but barely used them. Not at all satisfying but nowhere near as horrendous as the nearby trigpoint.stig_nest28/09/2016
You can park at 204872 but you have to get there from the west not the south. Walk along Ceri Ridgeway to firebreak (not that obvious) and up to near high point of firebreak then you're pretty much on your own.clivevilla30/07/2016
Followed forest track, followed by battle through trees.Ramblingpaul03/07/2016
Solosimon and co26/12/2015
Parked SO204872 up firebreak to almost the highest point then through small gap in trees and followed small clearing around to top at SO2039287496.Anton19/04/2013
Nice walk along the ridgeway but very hard to find the highest spot because of the density of the trees :-(heavyhorses17/11/2011
A diversion from cyling along the Kerry Ridgeway.summitsup13/11/2011
Trees wet this morning. First of two soakings from pushing through conifers.Dusty20/06/2009
fairly pointless spruce top, 2 useful TP heights adjacent; ht 497 on 1995 Landranger 137. roughish tk, park @ 206874 (short fp), break thru 10m of trees then clearish gap in spruce to summit RHW11/05/2002
iaindbrown02/09/2016
Mick Moore10/05/2015
carole engel19/04/2013
stevent080914/07/2012
andrew.allum01/01/2000
RichardJ5103/03/1996