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Name:Pen Garnbugail
Hill number:7660
Height:477m / 1565ft
Parent (Ma):2260  Cefn yr Ystrad
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Merthyr Tydfil (UA)
Catchment:Rhymney, Catchment Boundaries, Taff
Class:Tump (400-499m), Subhump, Clem
Grid ref:SO 10047 03563
Summit feature:ground by trig point
Col:387m  SO097055  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 171
(1:25k) 166E
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
Nice morning walk up track to trig as the mist was clearing. Parked at bend in road to SSEGordonAdshead15/09/2019
I came up here twice after parking to the south. On the first visit I realised I had left my phone in the car so had to go back for it so I could take a photograph. All good exercise!Father Ted01/04/2019
Parked just west of road junction to the SE before strolling across the close-cropped grass up to the trig suummit. It is amazing how the fly-tipping is so far up the hill including a big pile of tin cans which I do not understand the need to tip by anybody's standards. S. Wales hills seem to be so much worse for this than anywhere else.clivevilla17/12/2018
Parked in fly tipping layby to the south. Easy stroll up to the top. Back in cold driving rain. Barbara and Jemma.Campbell Singer26/12/2017
Inquisitive but well behaved ponies.Barbara Singer26/12/2017
Lovely viewpoint if you ignore the litter.Jemma Singer26/12/2017
Still more fly tipping. What a blight on the area.ngthack26/07/2017
Garbage and hail.Martin R21/03/2017
From SSW. Parking with the fly tip trash - again.jonglew09/12/2016
Easy walk up track from the South to Trig. Good views shame about fly tipping.PeterD29/05/2016
Horrendous amount of rubbish, mainly DIY furniture kits, carefully taken onto the hill.arranc02/03/2015
2/6 Short walk up grassy track, no views on wet and misty dayFergalh17/12/2014
Easy parking on good road to S by corner. Grass. Summit trig point or within 2m. Stroll.destaylor08/03/2013
SO10046 03564Anton01/09/2012
walked up from mountain road easy bag from road good views all aroundrussf6908/05/2012
From south.Dusty21/07/2008
The summit is open moorland marked by a trig point. The last time l was here their was a large amount of fly tipping near by, hopefully its been cleaned up by now.hodder04/01/2007
pleasant summit & view, hang gliding lesson ongoing at time of 1st visit; 2nd visit b**** freezing. (1) tk from N; (2) grassland from rd to SE RHW17/08/2002
Alan Whatley07/01/2018
Robert Kemp13/09/2015
Tony J02/05/2015
Steve Q22/07/2012
David Purchase22/08/2002