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Name:Crugiau Cemmaes
Hill number:15402
Height:197m / 646ft
Parent (Ma):2213  Frenni Fawr
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Pembrokeshire [Sir Benfro] (CoU)
Catchment:Nyfer, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (100-199m), Clem
Grid ref:SN 12540 41610
Summit feature:trig point
Col:137m  SN144418  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 145
(1:25k) OL35E
Observations:ground c 20m E and ground with tumulus to SSW may be as high
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 19 users)ByDate of Ascent
Highly atmospheric. We arrived at the barrow to be greeted by a complete sunset with the sun dropping over Strumble Head in one direction and a full moon appearing from behind the clouds in the other direction. Iím starting to understand the Druids. This was all accompanied by a horn sounding in the distance, or was it a bellowing cow?Campbell Singer18/02/2019
Our timing was so perfect. Setting sun with full moon just appearing. Memorable.Barbara Singer18/02/2019
Easy bag from roadside. Gorse and brambles reported by others have been cut down.milimana24/12/2018
Quick up and down from lay-by on B4582 in rather damp conditions. The view would no doubt have been good had I been able to see it.David Purchase03/09/2018
Three mounds(Tumulus?) all of similar height with easy access to their bases by path from road. Central one is the highest. Well blooded fighting through brambles to top of most SW one - a mistake in shorts. En route of 3day cycle from Newport to ShrewsburyRichardM23/09/2016
From nearby layby on B4582. HP probably the mound with the trig, but another to the SSW is close rival.jonglew13/05/2016
Handy layby and access path to trig then visited the other overgrown highpoints with Alex and Smudge.Dugswell212/09/2015
Car bagging with Dougswell & Alex. 2 finely situated mounds with a permitted access path.Smudge12/09/2015
Trigbagging while on holiday at Poppet Sands.DanTrig28/07/2005
fine tumuli; pleasant view. FP from W end of layby to S RHW22/06/2003
Robert Kemp17/09/2017
Alex C12/09/2015