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Name:Pen Cae'r Mynach
Hill number:15605
Height:467m / 1532ft
Parent (Ma):2270  Mynydd Epynt [Mynydd Eppynt]
RHB Section:32A: Llandovery to Monmouth
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SN 97523 47385
Summit feature:trig point
Col:418m  SN972472  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 147
(1:25k) 188
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at start of bridleway then easy walk to The Warren summit then onward to The Warren trig on the next Tump called Pen Cae'r Mynach with Adrian, Alex and Tony.Dugswell230/12/2017
After Epynt and the Warren. No views of anything today, just a soaking. Still, fairly atmospheric I suppose.Herbert Anchovy22/02/2017
Advertised as a non-firing day and I am always one to believe the advertising. Bagged the Marilyn top first with a couple of walking friends but then left the car at the viewpoint and walked up to this one going a different way around the clump of trees on the way up and on the way down.Father Ted27/11/2016
7/15 seventh of long day Cefn Merthyr Cynog/Cefn Trum Yr Hwch/Pen Ty'n-y-Wern/Drum Ddu/Mynydd Eppynt/The Warren/pen Ca'er Mynach/Pen Neuadd/Moelfree/Pen Tri Chrugiau/Twyn Rhyd-Car/Twyn Rhyd-car South Top/Moel Blychau/Mwmffri/Noethgrug. Always check and never cross area when red flag is flyingFergalh15/08/2015
Excellent views of Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. Lots of army rubbish lying around also lots of wasps?Rob Pen y Garn17/05/2014
Short walk from B4519 partly along metalled track. Lot of used military paraphernalia lying about. Summit trig is called The Warren, despite that being a different hill nearby. Conifer plantation near summit partially obscurring views W.jonglew04/05/2014
moorland, nice view. from MoD track to W, no red flag RHW17/07/2005
Tony J30/12/2017
Alex C30/12/2017
Robert Kemp25/12/2016