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Name:Graig Syfyrddin [Edmund's Tump]
Hill number:2272
Height:423m / 1388ft
RHB Section:32A: Llandovery to Monmouth
County/UA:Monmouthshire [Sir Fynwy] (CoU)
Catchment:Wye
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,4,Cm)
Grid ref:SO 40393 21071
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:235m
Col:188m  SO387216  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 161
(1:25k) 189
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 209 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From SH 249. S/P Three Castles Walk. Near summit through old pine trees, over fence to field with trig and weather station.NormanW21/07/2019
Deviation off the Three Castles walk.Great views form summit.Arbie16/05/2019
From road junction to west up the Three Castles route over field then through the wood. 5/8N.Morters01/05/2019
from GrosmontTeasyChris22/02/2019
From the east, starting from safe parking spot 100m north of Dawn of Day. Up rough track on south side of private road. Superb views especially over Hereford plain.Topographer5713/08/2018
Marilyn 5 of 7 today. Parked at 249 spot height on road and straight up using the right of way through the trees. Saw the trig point and weather station at summit.assynt_bob30/04/2018
A sunset walk from Dawn of Day to complete section 32.Gill25/02/2018
Just over a mile up and down route from near Dawn of Day farm (not great for parking), easy footpaths then across field to top, nice views from summit. Clear and very cold as sun was going down, the last hill of the day, earlier that day bagged Allt Yr Esgair, Waun Fach again and Pen.Y.Gadair-Fawr again and May Hill, Gloucestershire.DanTrig23/02/2018
I'm sure it's a lovely hill but today you could barely see 5 metres ahead. Not wet though so that was a bonus.Alex C27/01/2018
Parked at the Y junction to the west, climbed first two fields but once on the forestry track had to go a long way to the North to get round and onto the summit. Try the opposite way because our way was way too muddy!nickywood128/11/2017
10/11M parked at gate opp start of path 249 spot height from the west, through field, path then up through trees and over fence to top.robertphillips20/10/2017
Via footpath from the west.Winterfloodian08/10/2017
From the north end of the lane which runs along the east side, along the track that runs through the woods on the western side, to the southern slopes, then up through fields to the trig point at the summitMariana Trench25/06/2017
From west. Direct through trees. 45 mins round triptrimarc202/05/2017
From west following Three Castles Walk then right at track and on to summit. Back in a more northerly direction - somebody living woodsman's life up there.SS16/04/2017
Easy walk up from the East. Misty on top and cold with a few tiny grains of snow on the ground.isabelle22/01/2017
From Dawn of Day with Jacob, Kim and Bella. Good weather for a great hill, fantastic 360 views from the top.Newton Maximus03/01/2017
Parked at Dawn of day, nice location for a house, quick stroll to peak. Small windmill and solar panels near to trig. Cloud just on summit. Company: Soloiandesbottes17/10/2016
Usual route from Dawn of Day. Lured onto the tarmac track until I realised the ROW was in field to the left. Otherwise a straightforward bag.Cas-gwent10/10/2016
From Dawn of Day. Walk to left of fence going up. Over stile then straight to top.jenx06/10/2016
From parking by the house, same as last time except its now called Dawn of Day. No sign of the dogs this time so perhaps they moved on. Easy grassy walk on another lovely day with those viewsnordicstar06/10/2016
Parked near end of minor road 399225. Landrover track through woods takes you to point almost parallel with trig. Short track through woods to field. Dry, overcast, hot, calm, good views.iangalbraith08/07/2016
Dawn of Day route. No issuesGmacT06/07/2016
Dawn of Day on minor road to east- easy parking in unused gate entrance . Very much stands on its own with extensive views all round.Mark Sims02/06/2016
Started at the entrance to Dawn of Day at Cross Ash. Nice gentle climb up the edge of fields to trig point. Would be fine views on a clear day but somewhat hazy today.RobertParker11/03/2016
4/7 From start of drive to dawn of day which i thought was going to be a sculpture.stig_nest11/03/2016
Walked up drive to Dawn of the Day, realised mistake and restarted on footpath on south side of their fence. Sign hidden in hedge IIRC. Operated SOTA from near the weather station.M0YDH20/11/2015
From east on FP by entrance to 'DOW' then left and followed fence to top and trig point. great views in all directions.PeterD06/09/2015
From minor road to East, ROW past The Dawn of Day.tim74704/06/2015
Walk up field, through wood and across pasture. Fabulous views with plenty of bluebellsRamblingpaul15/05/2015
Parked on wide verge of minor road to W. (SO39567 20951) Crossed road, climbed stile and took footpath up to stile into woods Up through woods & across sheep pasture to trig point. (PM)gerrybowes27/01/2015
Parked at 395210. An eventual ascent east into the woods before meeting atrack through the forest. I turned left for a short distance before heading up through the coniferous trees to the open top. With GB.bolton27/01/2015
6/7 Park to west at bend in road and follow track up steep slopes to forest. In forest head to right off track to top cross fence to trig pillarFergalh24/01/2015
After an interesting stay in the Hope and Anchor at Ross on Wye, (great breakfast but the accommodation block has sloping floors and the external walls have several cracks) we were hoping for the weather to improve. Rain had stopped but still very foggy so I cant say much about this one as we couldn't see further than 20m. Started up path from west.mindlessflogger04/01/2015
From Grosmont village. Followed paths through fields and a wood to the east of the summit. Took a sneaky shortcut through a field with no ROW to pick up the path up the ridge to the summit. Back via the track through the forest.islamidget09/11/2014
As per David Gradwell route - straightforward through pasture and woodland higher up.bowlesy01/11/2014
From road junction, up and down via three castle way.rhalstead18/05/2014
Up ProW to side of Dawn of Day for SOTA with Geoff Fielding.G4OBK (Phil)23/10/2013
From Grosmont. GMC walk.mike.hoult02/05/2013
Up from layby in Cross Ash. Nice views towards Abergavenny.huwthomas10/03/2013
KeithByTheC04/11/2012
Bit hazy, but lovely views of Sugar Loaf, Blorenge and Skirrid. Need to find a route through the conifers to get to the summit, but possible.Tracey09/09/2012
SO40393 21071Anton31/08/2012
Followed the 3 castles walk over the hillPeapod2130/06/2012
Climbed from the eastern side. Straightforward.JohnStoneham06/05/2012
OtisGlenford24/07/2011
up track past house to domed top - mind the dogs!nordicstar22/05/2011
With Shaun Whittaker. Parked at 249 junction and took path through field and into wood to track. Walked S then straight up through wood to open summit field. Dry, good views. Lots of bluebells in wood. Finished 16:50dbb09/05/2011
Parked on rough verge at SO 39572 20924. Public footpath through fields to stile at edge of wood. Steep section to track in wood. Turned right then left on small path to open fields. Turned left to stile then diagonally across sheep pasture to trig.David Gradwell26/04/2011
From SW in the early morning dew.Eddie17/04/2011