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Hill number:2216
Height:341m / 1119ft
Parent (Ma):2203  Drygarn Fawr
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Carmarthenshire [Sir Gaerfyrddin] (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn, Clem
Grid ref:SN777393 (est)
Col:199m  SN783413  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 146 160
(1:25k) 187S
Comments:OS mapping indicates alternative summit 150m E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 41 users)ByDate of Ascent
Up from Cynghordy. Muddy start then a green road. Both tops.Eddie11/09/2018
With K. M did not summit. RM stayed by car. If approaching from W do not turn off track early - you will be confounded by fences. Use concessionary track from NW.Ashley31/05/2016
I parked at the sharp bend to the E. before heading along the track to access the permissive path up the NE ridge. A fine hill with good all round views.Chris Peart16/02/2016
Had to park a lot further away due to the parking space near Moelfre Farm entrance being a quagmire. Deightful walk up hog back ridge more in keeping with South Shropshire or Worcestershire. Excellent viewpoint.Campbell Singer03/01/2016
Visited the several possible contenders but trig looks highest to me and is certainly the finest point.clivevilla09/12/2015
2/8 Second of long day Foel Darw/Fforest/Alt Ddu/Banc y Gareg/Mynydd llansadwrn/Taliaris Hill/Mynydd Figyn/Banc Beili-TewFergalh31/10/2015
Fine hill, the best of the 16 we did over 3 days in this part of Wales. From N, a permissive path leads from SN 78372 40037, steeply to ridge top then past several contenders for the high point, all of which fail: the trig is the summit. Extensive views.jonglew24/08/2014
From Cynghordy station and via Tyr Gofal access path from SN 784 399.summitsup22/03/2012
Easy parking to south and pretty much straight up. As MR best to visit point 341 - its no effort.destaylor16/03/2012
The other 341 point seemed lower than the trig. However, my GPS recorded a higher altitude at the other point. ??? Permissive path all the way from SN783402 - muddy cowpooh start.Martin R04/08/2011
Whilst visiting pillarDusty20/01/2009
fine steep shapely hill, great view. (1) 783392, line of least visibility to summit @ TP; (2) from road bend, NNE along track, cross pasture to good tk along NE ridge RHW02/04/2000
1m stroll up 400' on track and over sheep grass to top.arranc30/04/1999
Robert Kemp23/10/2016
carole engel30/06/2015
andrew brown24/06/2012
Colin Crawford12/09/2011
Alan Whatley12/09/2010
Steve Q05/09/2009
David Purchase02/07/1999