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Name:Llanfair Hill
Hill number:16962
Height:432.2m / 1418ft
Parent (Ma):2183  Beacon Hill
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SO 25484 79436
Summit feature:no feature: grass
Col:394.8m  SO 2497 7964  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137 148
(1:25k) 201N
Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the small cp to the west. Big views.Campbell Singer29/12/2019
Barbara Singer29/12/2019
From the minor road triangle near Llanfair hill - A misty moody walk along this wonderful section of Offa's Dyke. Cwm Sanaham Hill marked the furthest point...then a slow circuit to near Upper Wain (had to!) watching torrential deluges a few miles away courtesy of Wales again. Llanfair Hill summit to end the day.briandavies15/10/2019
Parked on small carpark at SO 249796, nice walk up lane to trig, then back along the dyke cutting up the hill to the summit.heavyhorses27/06/2018
andrew brown15/06/2017
Bagged whilst walking Offa's Dyke from Kerry Ridgeway to Knighton.Ramblingpaul04/06/2017
On walk back from pillarcjo25/03/2017
New Invention to Clun.Smudge25/03/2017
Pleasant walk from good off-road parking WNW. Picked up the trig (with its OS anglicized name) after with a stroll along Offa's Dyke.jonglew24/03/2017
4th summit of the day on the Forden to Knighton leg of the Offas Dyke path having Climbed up Hergan, Myndtown hill and Graig hill. The weather turned and it wad now lashing down. Tried to stow my large rucksack underneath a Goat Willow tree then went over Two fences past Offas that runs over this hill past several bemused cows to grassy top. In Good weather this Would be a lovely place! Light is losing it'd grip on the day. Back to collect my large rucksack and back onto Offas Dyke path. The Dyke looks amazing on this hill due to the contrast.Dazingdale16/10/2016
With stig_nestLaura.W01/05/2016
A quick quarter hour round trip.. superb views no doubt..just not today. From parking area to the wsw. Summit unmarked. Snall pool nearby.stig_nest01/05/2016
Large parking area to the west. Turn off the road by the notice board and drive a further 25m to find it. Follow Offa's Dyke south until the first gate then hop over the fence on the left and make a bee-line directly along the east running fence, turning off at the top to reach the summit. 20 minutes easy return walking.moorsman21/04/2016
1/9 Fifth of nine summits on very windy day (Stow Hill/Rock Hill/Cefn Hepreas/Cwm-Sanaham Hill/Llanfair Hill/Llanwen Hill/Hawthorn Hill/Black Hill/Glog Hill)Fergalh05/12/2015
From the road. Impressive stretch of Offa's Dyke.clivevilla01/04/2015
15.5 mile circular from Kinsley wood taking in Stow Hill, Llanfair Hill and Cwm-Sanaham Hill, quite muddy along the byways and along the Offa's Dyke path, good views towards the Shropshire Hills, Beacon Hill and the Radnor Forest.DanTrig04/03/2015
Summit all but reached - 431m by Southern trig pointnpickup10/04/2014
Start SO249796, new hard standing for a few cars, up track to gate at SO252793 up grassy track to another gate then direct to top. Permission got from landowners as they were out with sheep.Anton04/03/2014
Lesley,Nick, Ann (& Betty the Jack Russell) short train ride for rail buff Nick to Langunllo (no-one had ever got off there before in guard's memory!)from Knucklas which we walked back to over Bailey Hill. I then left others and ran back to Clun following Offa's Dyke (FANTASTIC section south of this top)- with Betty in tow.Chris Pearson20/02/2014
Anticlockwise 'Dyke' circuit of Llanfair Hill and Cefn Herpreas from SO 272 792.summitsup03/11/2013
David Bell09/08/2012
Lots of snow in drifts.Dusty17/01/2010
pleasant summit; pasture; cattle feeder. cross pasture from gate to NW; parking on verge RHW19/10/2003
Llanfair Waterdine- Llanfair Hill- Offas Dyke- Knighton. Outstanding and beautiful walk with a real 'high level' feel despite fairly modest altitude. The Dyke is impressive and nearest to being complete for long stretches here. With Mom and Dadpwheeler02/10/1983
Not logged. Done on Offa's Dyke Path.ngthack25/08/1975