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Name:Tylorstown Tip
Hill number:18701
Height:443m / 1453ft
Parent (Ma):2288  Craig y Llyn
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Rhondda Cynon Taff (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:ST 01935 95611
Summit feature:no feature: ground at edge of spoil tip
Col:408m  ST020957  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 170
(1:25k) 166E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
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 cattle grid, up one of the many trail bike tracks to the summit plateau, rewarded with good view across to Exmoor and Devon.PeterD05/08/2018
Up from the cattle grid to the NE. Now that's one big man made hill I guess. No scrambler bikes around today so it was nice and peaceful.Father Ted17/08/2017
From cattle grid to NNE. Thick hill fog, could see no hill until it loomed out when very close, I think it might look quite impressive. Lots of scrambler tracks all over it.jonglew17/01/2017
Surprisingly pleasant walk from Stanleytown. Afterwards continued to Cefn Gwyngul and Ddu Allt.Tony J13/11/2015
with walk around Llanwonounderhill11/10/2015
Manmade hill. Short walk from road.Dusty18/04/2015
4/8 Quick hop up from road. wonderful views from top of the valley well worth the effortFergalh14/02/2015
Not as bad as it sounds, walked up to the gate to the common at ST 02116 94998. Then made things abit difficult for myself by walking sheep trials to the base of the tip.The tip has a good amouint of plant cover although it is damaged by the attention of off roaders try to avoid weekends as they seem to be everwhere also some fly tipping from the near by road. Summit at ST 01938 95603 lovely views up the valley.hodder08/06/2013
Rhondda Rollercoaster ChallengeEVERTON11/05/2013
Landscaped, flattish with summit at SW edgeRHW03/11/2012
SO01936 95604Anton01/09/2012
Completed as part of the Rhondda Rollercoaster walk.Al Fouracre12/05/2012
Robert Kemp01/01/2015