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Name:Llandegley Rocks
Hill number:14962
Height:436m / 1430ft
Parent (Ma):2178  Great Rhos
RHB Section:31B: Welshpool to Hay-on-Wye
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Subhump
Grid ref:SO 13148 61808
Summit feature:trig point by large cairn
Col:345m  SO113596  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 148
(1:25k) 200E
Observations:top 80m SE at SO 13207 61756 may be as high
Comments:Promoted to Subhump May 2014
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
First hill of the day on a windy walk from Llandegley over to Llandrindod. Parked in the village and through the churchyard then basically it is straight up. Nice hill.Father Ted04/03/2019
Very wet and windy dayfantango11/10/2018
Alan Whatley04/02/2018
Stopped for a break en route to Nant Ryhs bothy. The profile of the hill from the A44 looked good, so we stopped in the lay by at SO 142619 & bagged the hill & trig.DanMaisieBex02/01/2018
Wonderful walk from Llandegley up to the top and back.RyParks01/09/2017
Circuit of 5 from Llandegley. Took soggy path from back of churchyard which soon joined good track and thence easily to summit. Fine little hill. Onward to Bwlch-y-cefn Bank.milimana13/08/2017
Robert Kemp25/06/2017
Parked at 118613 and went first to Llandegley Rocks then doubled all the way back to Bwlch-Llwyn-Bank and then over Bwlch-y-Cefn Bank on the way back to the car.clivevilla17/04/2017
Bwlch-llwyn Bank, Bwlch-y-cefn Bank and Llandegley Rocks starting from SO113596.summitsup25/07/2016
5/8 Fifth of Eight on wet and windy day (Wylfre East Top/Wylfre/Aberedw North Top/Bwlch-y-Cefn Bank/Llandegley Rocks/Coed-Swydd/Pen Fraichwen/Fishponds Hill)Fergalh19/12/2015
SO1315161808. Possible double top with knoll to East SO1320261766.Anton04/03/2014
Parked in Llandeglau. Took RoW from south edge of churchyard down to a stream, over bridge and up to join track past house. Area of hill is access land. Visited trig point and top some 50m east, at SO 13207 61756, which seemed as high. Onwards to Bwlch-y-cefn Bank. A fine craggy Pedwar.marktrengove08/09/2013
Alex C07/09/2013
Parked by church next to A44 on Sat pm (left car window open by accident!). Kissing gates through churchyard and obvious gates up through fields to hill. Good interesting hill, shame it's only a tump as many probably will ignore doing it.dicky10/08/2013
Sequence of 3 trig numbers - 6557,8 and 9. Through church yard and new walkers' gates to a cottage and straight up to the top at 9.15. Flat calm.arranc24/07/2012
From the Layby, with Johnny D.steve hudson01/01/2005
fine shapely hill, nice summit, lovely view. c/w circuit from road jct 122623 RHW07/08/2004