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Name:Aberedw Hill
Hill number:2194
Height:451m / 1480ft
Parent (Ma):2193  Aberedw Hill
RHB Section:31B: Welshpool to Hay-on-Wye
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Grid ref:SO 08788 50497
Summit feature:no feature: flat-topped tumulus
Col:446m  SO086506  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 147
(1:25k) 188 200E
Observations:height difference between tumulus and trig point 450m NW (Hill 2193) cannot be resolved by Abney level
Survey:Abney level
Comments:Alternative summit at SO084507 (hill 2193)
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 80 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
P at lay-by off the A481 just W of junction with the B4567. Good tracks lead to summit(s).ger22/11/2019
Solo. From lay-by at junction of A481 and B4567 roads. On paths via Noyaddllyd, Tynllwy and Pen-y-waun, the latter being ruined. Visited trig point and the alternative summit before returning same way. Misty with drizzle to start with but it cleared up to give good views from the summits.pwbellarby17/09/2018
Perfect description from Gill (see #2193). Thanks. Farmer at parking spot stopped and said have a nice walk, so no problem. Hot, sunny and great views.iangalbraith20/07/2018
16.4 mile walk bagging 7 hills from pass north-west from Painscastle, followed lane across moors to Red Hill, then took path west to end of minor road at Pentre farm, followed minor road for 2.3 miles to Cregrina (saw one car), followed road then overgrown lane into small copse and ascended through a jungle of bracken to Wylfre East Top, continued across grassy moor lanes to Wylfre, Aberedw Hill North Top and Aberedw Hill bagging both tumuli, headed south to small lane through private land back to minor road, headed south on roads passed Court Farm and down to river then followed riverside road to end of open access area then climbed trail not on map (other paths on map don't exist) up to Llanbedr Hill and along lane to Llanbedr Hill East Top back to car. Mostly dull weather with high cloud, saw no other walkers.DanTrig29/07/2017
Not a lot in it...stig_nest27/03/2016
1/9 First of Nine on very Wet misty day (Aberedw Hill/Aberedw Hill/Aberedw Hill North Top/The Van/Bryn-Y-Maen/Cefn Perfa/The Smatcher/Bailey Hill/Pen Y Clawdd Hill)Fergalh13/12/2015
See No.2193 on same date.Man of Kernow125/04/2015
Parked on roadside of minor road to E. (SO 09584 50033) Walked back down road to stile Up steep slope & climbed over fence in top corner Good paths to tumulus 451m (Alternative summit) Trig point. (PM)gerrybowes26/01/2015
With GB. Both summits completed on this day in good weather.bolton26/01/2015
Pleasant walk from the back of Fforest Fields campsite (follow their signs for Aberedw).milimana07/07/2013
as 2193dicky06/07/2013
W Jenx,park at layby SO012625. Old track/lane to Rhiw Rhwstyn and steeps to plateau. Out to far top on Tumulus, back over another to main trig top. Descended down fine FP ridge to Tynllwyn and minor riad back to start, via v muddy farm!nordicstar18/11/2012
See entry for twin - hill no 2193 dbb18/06/2010
Both twin summits registered 452m on my GPS on this fresh sunny morning with rain due soon from west. Came up from NW.Dugswell225/04/2010
En route to trig at far side of plateau.Aye Jimmy20/03/2009
From SE. Excellent walk. Lovely area between the 2 tops. Will return.destaylor18/02/2009
Interesting ancient tumuli on both tops.clivevilla12/11/2008
With: hb sb ab; We parked off B4567 and followed track towards Lower Goytre then up onto hill. Visited both trig and old top. Returned by similar route.Ian Baines30/08/2008
With: ib sb ab; Helen Baines30/08/2008
Parked on the east side and walked up through bracken until it thinned out. A route down can be found on the descent - where it passes a watering hole a blue alkathene water pipe has been laid and this marks the easy route up / down.G4OIG07/07/2007
Both tops of Aberedw Hill from the track through Rhiw Rhwstyn.Eddie03/07/2007
Simple hour walk in light snow to trig and other topRhayader_wander08/01/2006
Walked up from the campsite at the bottom.annie-blue31/07/2005
See entry for No.2193.Man of Kernow104/11/2003
Looked higher from the trig point - so visited this top.ChinnockC31/03/2002
Parked on the minor road to the east of the hill. The ascent was made from the footpath at Cefnhinog Farm, very overgrown. Visited the SE twin peak first before going on to the trig.garyhoney15/02/2000
1/2m away on N/W route passing a lake to twin top. Similar heather covered top.arranc14/02/1999
From SERHW24/01/1999
Rob Rees06/08/2019
Robert Kemp21/08/2016
Lionel Bidwell30/03/2016
Susan Bidwell30/03/2016