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Name:Fan Frynych
Hill number:2257
Height:629m / 2064ft
Parent (Ma):2237  Fan Fawr
RHB Section:32A: Llandovery to Monmouth
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Brecon Beacons
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge
Grid ref:SN 95793 22791
Summit feature:trig point
Col:555m  SN966202  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 160
(1:25k) OL12E
Survey:obvious summit
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Summited as part of a circular walk taking in Fan Frynych, Craig Cerrig-gleisiad, Fan Fawr and Y Gyrn. Hot day. 8 miles. Solo.broser08/07/2019
visited on route of Run, Walk, Crawl S Wales 100 recce of Pentre to Storey Arms section. Very prominent position and great views in all directions on a clear sunny eveningrichardrosser24/03/2019
Walked up the steep way from the Craig Cerrig-Gleisiad Nature Reserve and came back down the more gentle route. On my own in the snow.clyoung23/01/2019
As Nuttall's walk 13.4, lieu day off work, run / walk, low mistphilwhit27/11/2018
With Darrenkingabunyip24/11/2018
Quick run up and down Craig Cerrig-gleisiad, 33 min up and down.rhif710/07/2018
Paul and Katesenrab23/02/2018
Cold and windy 11 mile roundtrip across Fforest Fawr.Taz3816/01/2018
From Craig Cerrig-gleisiad through snow which was deep in places. Back via spot height 464 to the picnic car park & then up the road.DanMaisieBex28/12/2017
From Storey Arms via Fan Fawr.Winterfloodian06/10/2017
Beacons Way, with Teasel.jim.r28/09/2017
Circular walk to Craig Cerrig-gleisiad and Fan Frynych.Arbie20/05/2017
With Megs and Xan. Up to Fan Fawr from the Storey Arms and then north to Craig Cerrig-gleisiad and Fan Frynych. Descent was on the very picturesque path starting at SN959223 to the picnic site at SN971222. Then the Taff Trail back to the Storey Arms.Herbert Anchovy21/04/2017
With Keith.Aimless Rambler14/04/2017
Fan Fawr, Craig Cerrig-gleisiad, Fan Frynych, Fan Lliakeithouk05/04/2017
From Storey arms to mountain centre, heavy mist on top. with scoutsCoxswain19/02/2017
A great wintery walk from storey arms via the beacons wayAristotle Chip13/01/2017
Following nuttalls route pea souper couldn't see a thingcolinfielding01/11/2016
With: hb; This was a short deviation from the Beacons Way to and from Fan Frynich. Good trigpoint but very quiet on these hills despite being a Bank Holiday weekend.Ian Baines27/08/2016
From A470 to Fan Frynhych and Craig Cerrig-Gleisiadandrew.morel30/07/2016
climbed Fan Fawr, Craig Cerrig-gleisiad, Fan Frynych. Circular route from storey arms car parksganjabeard17/07/2016
19-mile circular taking in Craig Cerrig-gleisiad, Fan Frynych, Fan Gyhyrich, Fan Fraith, Fan Nedd, Fan Llia and Fan Fawr. Wet and misty for 10 hours.liljonb26/06/2016
Ascent with son (9 yrs old) of Fan Fawr from the Storey Arms, then traversing to Fan Llia, back to Craig Cerrig-gleisiad, and Fan Frynych. ~20Km. Beautiful sunny day with cooling wind.VirtualMountain30/05/2016
On National navigation award training with Caerphilly adventures, Brian the trainer, Hilary, Sheila and John. A drizzly but enjoyable day.Suzyj19/05/2016
Nuttall walk 13.4: Craig Cerrig-gleisiad - Fan Frynych - Craig Cerrig-gleisiad - Fan Fawr - Y Gyrnronaldo33302/05/2016
Up from Storey Arms, then along to Fan Frynych and back on the beacons way.Neolith05/04/2016
As Nuttall's 13.4, From Layby 2 miles north of Story Arms on A420 o/s ref SN972222. Then onto Craig Cerrig-gleisiad, Fan Fawr & Y GyrnWestdenewalker25/03/2016
From Storey Arms, to 555m saddle point, Fan Fawr, Craig Cerrig-gleisiad, Fan Frynych, down path immediately east of summit to A470. Across permissive path to Taff Trail and north to hard-to-find permissive path on to NW shoulder of Y Gyrn.welshyboyo23/02/2016
From Storey Arms. Route was Craig Cerrig-gleisiad, Fan Frynych then Fan Fawr. Lovely sunny day, quite a lot of snow cover and the odd bit of ice.Cas-gwent20/01/2016
from storey arms to fan fawr then to Craig Cerrig Glesiad, Fan Frynach, down path to road cross roadn to taff trail permissive path N of blaenglyn farm through woods then at stile SSE to Y Gurnunderhill01/01/2016
Third on a circuit of four Fforest Fawr peaks starting and ending at the Storey Arms - also took in Fan Fawr, Fan Llia and Craig Cerrig-gleisiad.clyoung03/10/2015
6/7 Sixth of long day in Brecon Beacons (Garn Du/Cefn Cil Sanws/Duwynt/Y Gyrn/Fan Fawr/Craig Cerrig-Gleisiad/Fan Frynych)Fergalh14/06/2015
With Bev, nice hillsimon and co24/05/2015
From Storey Arms car park.tomd420/04/2015
From Storey Arms car park. Down Taff trail than across to Fan Frynych, Craig Cerrig-gleisiad and Fan Fawr.Slash316/04/2015
9 mile walk with Steve, Tracey and Joan. Joans first Beacons Peak Bagging trip.GHF26/10/2014
Did it on the Nutttalls route - 13.4johnjennison23/09/2014
Fan Frynych, Craig Cerrig-gleisiad, Fan Fawr and Y Gyrn.crax7327/08/2014
From Storey ArmsGeoff Briggs31/07/2014
Solo walk after visit to Blaen-Glyn cairn and Craig Cerrig-gleisiad settlement. Great visibility and rolling clouds. Onward to the excellent Bronze Age cairn at the northern tip of the summit ridge, then down to Libanus.thesweetcheat10/07/2014
Car park opposite Storey Arms – Y Gyrn – Back to car park – Fan Fawr – Craig Cerrig-gleisiad – Fan Frynych – Path down eastern slopes to 2nd car parked at picnic site 971222. (PM CM JL)gerrybowes03/07/2014
Wiyh GB, JL and CM on walk through from Storey Arms to 972222.bolton03/07/2014
Day 2 of stay in Brecon area. With G. Bowes, P. Massey, C. Meadows. Low cloud, drizzle.John L03/07/2014
From Storey Arms to Fan Fawr – Craig Cerrig-gleisiad – Fan Frynych – Path down eastern slopes to 2nd car parked at picnic site 971222. 8/8 low cloud, drizzle. With GB, KL & PM.CJM03/07/2014
Following Nuttalls route from Craig Cerrig-gleisiad laybyjim pererin02/05/2014
Nuttall's guide route 13.2 minus Y Garn (ran out of time). Very cold and windy. Ground very wet. But a great walk.Fernhill21/02/2014
With Lindsay using Nuttalls route 13-4Crib Goch18/09/2013
with Martin R, walk 13.4 from Welsh Nuttalls book but adding Duwynt.Odd shower and windy on the topsLou18/09/2013