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Name:Das Eithin
Hill number:14388
Height:451m / 1480ft
Parent (Ma):2131  Rhialgwm
RHB Section:30E: Bala to Welshpool
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SJ 09166 23155
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:413m  SJ090230  
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 11 users)ByDate of Ascent
Steve Q03/03/2019
As stignest. The path by the two rusty receptacles is very faint indeed but can be guessed.clivevilla03/10/2018
Alex C07/09/2018
7/10 (Allt y Main/Galt y Goedhwch/Allt y Gader/Moel y Fronllwyd/Pen y Berth/Domen-Gastell Hill/Das Eithen/Clawd Mawr/Rhialgwm/Cilhaul)Fergalh12/08/2017
Is this the most German sounding hill in Wales ? From dead end road to S. Followed track to stream by two large rusty troughs. Stream appears to be coming from a partially blocked up mine level. A feint path climbs up past this hole and comes out in a clearing. From here a short level section right leads to a steep pull on a good path. This leads to a forestry road. A right turn here leads up another path to summit. Feared the worse when i saw that wee triangle in the middle of trees on the map but the motorbikes have created a pretty clear route.summit is probably a grassy stumpy mound with views to Shropshire but a large rock giving views to Plynlimon is a nicer spot.stig_nest24/04/2016
From carpark on B4391 at Penybontfawr at SJ 08825 24544. Mountain bike tracks. On to Rhialgwm.Alan Moore06/01/2016
SJ 0916923156Anton18/02/2011
OK summit just S of path, limited view. tk from S, starts just inside plantn, R-L-R to summit, feasible parking at start RHW27/03/2004