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Name:Mynydd Carningli
Hill number:2215
Height:346m / 1135ft
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Pembrokeshire [Sir Benfro] (CoU)
Catchment:Nyfer, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,3,Cm)
Grid ref:SN 06243 37231
Summit feature:rock tor
Drop:232m
Col:114m  SN058354  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 145
(1:25k) OL35E
Observations:tor 25m SSW at SN 06236 37208 is c 25cm lower; rock tor 55m SSW at SN 06217 37183 is c 15cm lower
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 198 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Lovely rocky summit and fantastic views.twg2726/06/2019
Circular walk via summit from parking area to the east.Winterfloodian01/05/2019
From parking place to East. Lovely rocky summit, great views.Crib Goch30/04/2019
Short sharp up and down from parking to East.rhalstead09/03/2019
What a lovely top. Stayed ages. Did as part of a traverse of the Presellies from Crymach to NewportAlan Moore02/01/2019
From parking at SN 070373. The direct path is good until the upper rocks are encountered - these are very slippery - deviate to the right to avoid.Isbjorn13/11/2018
Up the RoW from the ESE. Faint path continues around the crags to safely approach summit from west. I am sure I could make out land across the Irish sea.Topographer5728/09/2018
From car park to the west. Swarm of bees at the summit!Poolton12319/08/2018
From car park. Climbed on all 3 tors. With Alfie. Misty.Dangerous Dave13/08/2018
Walk out across the heathland from Newport. Climbed all the rocky outcrops of Angel Mountain to ensure we claimed the high point!roadbiker3224/07/2018
Walked back inland over this after a long enough day on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Made an epic but lovely circular walknickywood124/03/2018
A splendid hill from the National Park car park, with wonderful sunset views. The path seems to be an old tramway, and gives fast upwards progress. Higher up, the going is slightly reminiscent of the Rhinogs (peat and stones) but easy enough. Fun scrambling to be had whilst checking which of the tops is the highest.Gill11/01/2018
Linear from Crymych to Newportliljonb14/10/2017
Parked 038365, steady easy paths. Dry, sunny, warm and great sea views.iangalbraith04/07/2017
Parked in car park just ½ mile east of summit. Easy grass path to follow to base of steep rock ascent to summit, combination of natural and man placed steps. Very difficult to determine highest of 3 tors. Plumped for first one reached to the NE. Could have gone to spec savers should have checked survey comments on hill-bagging first. Visited all 3 just to be sure and ended up slipping on damp rocks picking up a couple of extra bruises, reminder that care needs to be takenSteveSmith24/11/2016
15.39 blowy but dry. Good view down on Newport and out to sea. My800th Marilyn! Hoorayvegibagger09/11/2016
fromn parking place SN 070373. To avoid boulder scramble take the right hand side path to avoid the worst of them - we didn't but route down was better. Visited for SOTA with MW0PYG and qualified on VHF FM.G4OBK (Phil)01/10/2016
A quick out-and-back up the E side from Carningli Common. Write-up at: http://gayleybird.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/mynydd-carningli-sn062372-347m.htmlGayle19/09/2016
Marilyn 1 of 5 bagged after a successful 2 lighthouse + other Siblet trip. Nice warm sunshine. Bagged with Sarah.assynt_bob14/05/2016
From east CP.geralddavison30/04/2016
From Newport- straight out of B & B opposite church, a walk of sustained interest with a rough finish through rocks, even a little scrambling to reach summit. Back via Carn Ffoi gave a return with no retracing. Half-day (3 h).pwheeler28/04/2016
My 125th Welsh Marilyn. A fine wee hill. You could spend all day on the summit ridge scrambling here and there. A stonking view too.stig_nest09/04/2016
Have been up this hill lots of times as it's such a nice hill for a short walk. Also a geocache near the summit.Neolith03/03/2016
Lovely hill - like a tiny Tryfan when you reach the series of outcrops at the top , and fantastic views. Easy from car park to east- path not marked on mapMark Sims10/02/2016
From carpark to E.jimbloomer16/01/2016
Iconic W.Wales top that has been on the to-do list for over seven years.Alex C11/09/2015
Start ~ 069374. Direct path to fine Summit. With Wombourne.steve hudson24/05/2015
From GR 069374. With SH.wombourne24/05/2015
With Val. From Newport. Up lane past church and good path to summit. Great views.mike.hoult23/05/2015
From the main car park at SN 070 373. Delightful stroll up a grassy path then onto the rock higher up. Great coastal views from the summit. Minimum effort for maximum reward.bowlesy05/04/2015
From the large car park at 070374. An hours walk in the early morning with GB.bolton05/03/2015
Large parking area to E. at SN06994 37317 Good path to summit. (PM)gerrybowes05/03/2015
5/7 Highhlight of day even though not the tallest take first left before Newport if approaching from north proceed to car park. Follow track to top avoiding scree. Wonderful Tors....wonderful views what more could you want ?Fergalh27/01/2015
Walk up from Newport, first up to the awesome hillfort at the eastern end of the ridge, then over to the fine Bronze Age Carn Briw on the summit. Terrific views of the coast and the Preselis.thesweetcheat24/09/2014
Fine short walk up from good roadside car parking area. Wet fern after heavy overnight rain bit of a pain, but not a problem. 3 rocky bosses at summit for scrambling over to make sure summit point is reached - cloud down on the hill so not easy to determine which one was the top.jonglew28/07/2014
Interesting little walk from the East. Very windy, but great views of Trefdraeth.huwthomas05/05/2014
A worthwhile hill. Parked at the church in Newport and walked to the top which is also an iron age fort. Then headed west and eventually back to Newport via quiet lanes and what remains of Newport castle. The damp Atlantic Stratus made the top atmospheric on the day of our visit.mindlessflogger22/04/2014
Up from car park - excellent topBramley14/09/2013
From Car Park, good walk in good weather and best summit of the day. With A,C,B and M.PeterD04/09/2013
Parked in Newport for a quick trip up to the top. Nice weather and great view so spent much longer up the top than planned.KingBaldy03/08/2013
Circular walk from Sychpant.Good sunny day.Superb views.catman19/05/2013
With Oscar and Catman.rosiebridge19/05/2013
With Bridget and Catman.oscarrosie19/05/2013
Great walk up in some low cloud with HAM radio enthusiasts for a SOTA activation.preseli12/04/2013
from the east as others - nice topgigglejon18/12/2012
If only all smallish Marilyns were as much fun as this one. Parked to the east. Being November the bracken was no problem.clivevilla15/11/2011
With Anna from car park below. Followed path straight up - indistinct in places - then returned round the back on clear paths. A lovely rocky summit ridge, the last spike being the topmost.citygent15/09/2011
with Ann-Cha, Peter & ThomasM0YDH02/06/2011
Up the path through the boulders from car park. Grand view of Pembrokeshire coast line.Eddie24/02/2011
With: hb; Parked at SN038365 and followed the ridge all the way to the summit. Lovely walk with good views all around. Intersting stones about here.Ian Baines12/08/2010