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Name:Hardings Down
Hill number:15819
Height:152m / 499ft
Parent (Ma):2280  Mynydd y Betws
RHB Section:32B: Carmarthen to Vale of Neath
County/UA:Swansea (UA)
Catchment:Loughor, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (100-199m)
Grid ref:SS 43682 90662
Summit feature:ground by metal pipe
Col:103m  SS436914  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 159
(1:25k) 164
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 25 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked by pool to N. Up and down.Arbie01/02/2019
Parked just past Upper Hardingstown Farm at end of very bumpy track. Spoke to farm owner who was very friendly. Easy walk up track and grassy heathland path in very thick mist. With Barbara.Campbell Singer07/01/2019
Short walk up through thick fog.Barbara Singer07/01/2019
With Jenx an pup before Rhossili Downnordicstar25/10/2018
Walked up from Llangennith on a beautiful springlike day. Great viewsRamblingpaul20/02/2018
Approached from path near barn to NE at lower hardingsdown. Easy track them grassy path to summit, a grassy bump near pipe as described. Lovely views of Llanmadoc Hill, Burry Holms and North bit of Rhossili beach. V. cold day after dropping son off at Swansea Uni.pdantic06/01/2018
From laneside P at SS444912.summitsup07/12/2017
Parked by road to the south of Llanmadoc Hill, walked up the path then back down and up Hardings Down on the other side of the road.clivevilla23/05/2017
From Llanmadoc Hill on way back to Rhossili.PeterD02/10/2016
From N, good track then path to brackeny summitRHW13/08/2016
Bagged with Colin Crawford.Dugswell201/07/2015
Walked with Doug from Llanmadoc over this hill and Rhossili Down to PittonColin Crawford01/07/2015
From LlangennithTony J27/06/2015
Highest point has a metal pipe sticking out of the ground. Good views.Dusty29/04/2015
While at Swansea UniBobHancock01/05/1999
Steve Q16/04/2016