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Name:Cilfaesty Hill
Hill number:2186
Height:528m / 1732ft
Parent (Ma):2183  Beacon Hill
RHB Section:31B: Welshpool to Hay-on-Wye
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Submarilyn, Clem
Grid ref:SO 12806 84085
Summit feature:small mound topped with wood and refuse
Col:385m  SO120823  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 136
(1:25k) 214E
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 73 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Out and back for Reserve CP. Nice track meeting wild ponies.Eddie30/09/2018
Second Dewey of two starting from the free car park at the end of the Kerry ridge at Cider house first went over Bryn coch, six mile loop in two and a half hours.WAYNE ROWLETT08/07/2018
Bryn Coch and Cilfaesty Hill from the Cider House car park via Two Tumps which thankfully isn't even one!tim74730/01/2018
A circuit of Bryn Coch and Cilfaesty Hill from the car park by the spectacular Ring landslip. Ambled over various barely discernible candidate summits on Bryn Coch before a downpour hurried me on Cilfaesty Hill and back to the car.Nick Down104/06/2017
From Cider House car park via Two Tumps. The grassy track goes just E of the summit (not as shown on OS maps). 2 mins off it to summit with farmers rubbish dump. The path is probably popular, the summit hardly ever visited. Long clear views today, sunshine/high cloud. With Pete. As we both had cars, we took advantage and descended via Ddol chapel to Bwlch y Llyn tel box- a very fine short walk.pwheeler02/05/2017
3/10 Third of ten (Glog/Byrn Coch/Colfaesty Hill/Bryngydfa/Bryn Mawr/Coety Bank/Bryn/Pen Hendre/Stingwern Hill/Cefn Crin)Fergalh03/12/2016
From Ddol to access land and up to top. Down to Panty Hill.Alan Moore17/08/2016
Parked at Cider House car park at SO10899 84902 Up the Kerry Ridgeway & good track to Bryn Coch Continued along track to within 70m of top A short walk across heather to the summit mound adorned with refuse sacks!. (S)gerrybowes05/03/2016
The obvious route from Cider HouseColin Crawford23/06/2015
With Josh and Cabesimon and co05/04/2015
On South Shropshire Circular with Richard.Rob Pen y Garn28/02/2015
South Shropshire CircularTGRS28/02/2015
Never seen a summit marked by black plastic bin bags before-won't be rushing back.Mark Sims24/04/2014
Along the Ceri way from the east on the first part of the Dewey Cross day. Bit damp underfoot in places but generally a pleasant stroll.SS22/02/2014
From Cider HouseChris Peart22/01/2014
Easy walk via Bryn Coch from Cider House on a misty day. Path well marked.chriswatson16/11/2012
Cold, foggy and wet, a typical June day in mid WalesNormski03/06/2012
From Cider house car park. Misnomer - no refrescos - just a car park. Grass and pasture.destaylor16/08/2011
Cider House gives an easy stroll up. Macabre remains of completely burnt sheep - with its plastic ear number tag intact. Struck by lightning? Methane explosion?Martin R07/08/2011
a gentle climb from the top of Bryn CochJohnStoneham07/08/2011
Cider House car park to NW, then GPS used to navigate to summit and then Dewey. Strange rubbish at summit includes old plastic silage bail rappers.Dugswell227/03/2011
easy stroll up from the car park picnic area, don't forget the dewey on the wayDARRENG13/11/2010
Nice easy Sunday afternoon walk from picnick area at SO 109848 (Well it was better than watching the football !)heavyhorses27/06/2010
From Bryn Coch. Quite deep snow in places, slow going but splendid views.steve hudson04/01/2010
See Bryn Coch.wombourne04/01/2010
A diversion from the Kerry Ridgeway.summitsup20/09/2008
Nice views but the most horrible marker on the top - a mixture of black bin liners, earth and rusty wire.clivevilla10/02/2008
From road to Erobphys26/10/2005
Parked at the 393 spot height to the South East and used the road to get drop. Then walked via Panty Hill to the summit.garyhoney17/02/2002
1/2m on farm road and another 1/2n on heather to domed top.arranc28/02/1999
Dewey bagging; Cilfaesty Hill and Bryn Coch from Cider Ho 108874 along bridleway RHW15/02/1998
Campbell Singer07/11/2013
Alan Whatley07/11/2013
andrew brown13/05/2012