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Name:Mynydd Meio
Hill number:7674
Height:322m / 1056ft
Parent (Ma):2293  Cefn Eglwysilan
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Caerphilly (UA)
Catchment:Rhymney, Catchment Boundaries, Taff
Class:Tump (300-399m), Subhump, Clem
Grid ref:ST 11396 88501
Summit feature:no feature
Col:226m  ST106889  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 171
(1:25k) 166E
Observations:flat summit area; trig point 200m S at ST 11431 88299 is lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 39 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked just inside access land on Eglwysilan Rd. Ponies ignored us as we went up track starting in this corner.GordonAdshead15/09/2019
2/2 Parked just after cattle grid on road to west. Steep, but short and easy enough walk to top, great views through valleys to south and west too, especially in this weather.penbet26/06/2019
From the White Cross pub in Groes-wen, via the footpath through farmland and then moorland to the Trig point and then on to the high point a little way to the northMariana Trench12/05/2019
Parked by the cattle grid to the west at 11056 88348 and went up the steep bank and across to summit. Also walked to the trig before returning.clivevilla17/12/2018
Easy walk up from road to west. Low flying model airplanes.Campbell Singer15/08/2018
Took the path North from Groeswen Road. Qiute muddy this time of year.kasharic24/03/2018
I had already visited the trig point some years ago but revisited today with the family to go to the high point, though I agree it looks like the trig is actually higher than the spot height when you stand there.Father Ted16/04/2017
First day of spring hailstorms.Martin R21/03/2017
Last hill of the day, at dusk. Straight up steep hillside from the Eglwysilan Rd.jonglew09/12/2016
On a linear from Hengoed to Lisvane.liljonb28/08/2016
Parking by cattle grid.jimbloomer28/05/2016
Part of circular route from Abertridwr, taking in Mynydd Meio, Cefn Eglwysilan and Mynydd Eglwysilan.Cas-gwent04/12/2015
From near cattle grid, to trig, which is Definitely higher than the spot height. Visited both to be sure.PeterD02/08/2015
from tesco then on to Cefn egwsilan evening walkunderhill02/07/2015
And trig 2288 at 114883arranc02/03/2015
Approached from South passing mast. went to spot height but lower than trig despite hgt given on map.Adrian12/10/2014
Easy parking by cattle grid to west. Path. Steep but quick. Takes longer on the plateau working out the highest part. Could even be the trig. Give yourself at least 20 minutes for wandering around.destaylor12/04/2013
Walking the rhymney valley ridgeway walk,the 322 metre reading is either near a fence line or got a 322 reading near the dyke although the area is generally flat with few features. With nice views to cefn eglwysilan on a sunny day.hodder28/03/2012
walked up from country park summit located next to aerialrussf6921/05/2011
Whilst visiting pillar.Dusty20/07/2008
fine steep hill, climbed by accident but better than Marilyn to NW; 17-Aug-02 pleasant view. short steep climb from rd to SW RHW19/12/1998
Alan Whatley30/12/2017
Robert Kemp10/07/2015
Alex C20/01/2014
Steve Q21/07/2012
Tony J28/07/2003