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Name:Pen Craig Abercwmboi
Hill number:15647
Height:408m / 1339ft
Parent (Ma):2288  Craig y Llyn
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Rhondda Cynon Taff (CoU)
Catchment:Taff
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:ST 03305 98440
Summit feature:remains of flag pole
Drop:31m
Col:377m  ST029984  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 170
(1:25k) 166E
Observations:ground 60m NW at ST 03252 98462 may be as high
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 14 users)ByDate of Ascent
From Coed Cae Aberaman. Some good tracks and some tracks more fit for submariners. Odd summit decoration made out of old gas cylinders. Final approach to summit from the north.Campbell Singer30/08/2019
Circular walk from Llanwonno. Mainly good forest tracks/paths. Lots of felling/burning/new planting in area. Ddu Allt, Pen Craig Abercwmboi, Coed Cae Aberaman, Cefn Gwyngul & Tylorstown Tip.Arbie03/05/2019
From Coed Cae Aberamon, along forest tracks and trail bike tracks which confused navigation. Did not approach this one via the easiest route, would have been better to approach from track to NW. flag pole remain plus litter at top.PeterD22/04/2019
Walk from Fernhill following forest tracksRamblingpaul07/07/2017
From 04359752, where new solar farm is being built rendering parking tight for 1 car due to construction traffic requiring access. First of 3 x 400m hills on some muddy and some good tracks and some steep firebreaks to connect tracks; a moderately tough 8 miles. Base and lower section of a flag pole at summit - probably the army's warning flag as used to be a firing range.jonglew18/01/2017
Odd metal structure at summit.Dusty08/03/2016
7/7 Short walk up from road below...Fergalh14/03/2015
Didn't realise I been here until I when through my records and checked my GPS readings.I remember I found it quite tough walk from Cwmaman the remains of the flag give a good indication of the summit Remember had a long walk around on that plateau looking for alternative summits.hodder21/11/2013
ST03290 98477Anton01/09/2012
heathery summit, clearing in small trees which will obscure (dullish) view in time. from 043975, parking, RoW into forest, mapped & unmapped paths & tracks link the two 400s RHW17/03/2006
Steve Q03/02/2017
MM22/03/2016
underhill19/07/2015
andrew.allum01/01/2000