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Name:Grave Hill
Hill number:14624
Height:284m / 932ft
Parent (Ma):2131  Rhialgwm
RHB Section:30E: Bala to Welshpool
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (200-299m)
(Tu,2)
Grid ref:SJ 15600 20488
Summit feature:rocky knoll
Drop:77m
Col:207m  SJ153207  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 125
(1:25k) 239
Observations:top 90m NE at SJ 15678 20538 may be as high or higher
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 12 users)ByDate of Ascent
There were two possible tops without a sight line between them - one within the woodland on a brambly track and the other on the northernmost of two grassy hummocks in sheep pasture to the west. We found access easier than anticipated up a brambly un mapped forest track to the NE of the summit and then SW with a short thrash back to the RoW.Denise 25/11/2018
Field gate at SJ 1590,2058, N across small field to forest gate and good track zig zaging through woodland up SE slope. At ~alt.260m leave track and easily up through conifers to the NE Top. High point on overgrown brambly track. W along the brambly track breaks out of the trees into sheep pasture and the SW summit area with the 2 rocky knolls and fine views.RichardM25/11/2018
Parked off road to east over the cattle grid. Then up track into wood which becomes overgrown before emerging out of wood. then low fence to step over into summit field with twin tops to visit with Iain and Martin.Dugswell224/11/2018
6/6 no public RoW but easy access from by Pendalog Bridge. Nice hill, was a bit tricky getting straight down the south side towards big field and public footpath.tumpawumpa22/12/2017
From NW. From other comments this is better. Crossed a thistle field then there is a quad bike track straight up through the bracken to the bare summit area.clivevilla03/08/2017
petey02/04/2017
From e, RoW then forest tracks lead to summit pasture, 2 knolls competing for top spot. Nice secluded hill.RHW27/03/2017
Parked at sharp bend by Cilgeyn Mawr and followed track over cattle grid. Felt a bit like a sacrificial lamb scouting this one out for the rest of you. You may want to try going straight up but honestly I'd strongly suggest you dont. 100m or so down the track another track leads up to a gate into Coed Cochion. Theres two offshoots right. The first only goes up so far before descending and the second is a riot of brambles so continue into a short overgrown section which loses a little height. After this a third track goes up right and this is the way I took. Steep climb up to another junction and the summit field comes into view. Continue straight for a further 20 odd metres and a pile of old logs marks an easy over the fence. Grass/bracken up to false summit and then true summit a short distance further. spot height appears slightly lower than other high point. Whats the view like?. No idea! Wet, and low cloud for my visit.stig_nest10/05/2016
Martin R24/11/2018
iaindbrown24/11/2018
Alex C09/10/2018
MM23/09/2017