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Name:Hatterrall Hill
Hill number:3526
Height:531m / 1742ft
Parent (Ma):2242  Black Mountain
RHB Section:32A: Llandovery to Monmouth
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Black Mountains
County/UA:Monmouthshire [Sir Fynwy] (CoU)
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
Grid ref:SO 30840 25652
Summit feature:small flat cairn
Col:487m  SO307267  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 161
(1:25k) OL13N
Observations:large flat summit area
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 161 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
MB HomeRob Rees07/04/2020
Walked up from South on Offas Dyke Path . weather was unbelievably warm and sunny for FebruaryD SID27/02/2019
Start~ Pandy. 333218.Ascended via ODP. Glorious sunny day with blue sky and only a slight haze. With Wombourne and Patsteve hudson26/02/2019
Parked behind the pretty church at Cwmyoy. Fp and took right fork. Decent path most of the way until I hit 250 ms of snow covered deep Heather. Mist descended just before characterless top. Descended along ridge to Graig.Campbell Singer31/01/2019
Reached whilst walking the first leg of the Beacon's way, a short trip (no more than five minutes) through the heather will reach the cairn. If doing a out and back free parking can be found at Llonthony priory and then follow the signs for Hatterrall ridge.WAYNE ROWLETT04/09/2018
Offa's Dyke walk. Pandy to Black Mountain South Top, llanthony Priory, Beacons Way to Hatterall hill, Graig, Pen LLwygy to Pandy.stephenbuda04/08/2018
From Llanthony Priory (free) car park at SO 28916 27851. Took the Brecon Beacons Way SE through the wood to join the Offa's Dyke Path south to its highest point. Then a short heather stomp SW to the summit cairn. Returned by outward route. With MP on a survey.Man of Kernow112/07/2018
From Cwmyoy after climbing Graig. Last hill of the day. Solo.Dangerous Dave20/01/2018
Parked in free car park at Llanthony Priory. A pleasant walk up the Beacons Way to the summit cairn which lies in the heather about 150m W. of the main track. Cairn now more prominent than that shown in summit photo. (DB)gerrybowes28/09/2017
From Pandy on Offa's Dyke Path.dgresty14/09/2017
From South, initially on road then on Offas Dyke path. Cairn at top. Good views with intermittent drizzle.PeterD16/07/2017
From the south via the Offa's Dyke Path.Wheelsy18/02/2017
Great walk up an interesting hill on beautiful sunny winter's day. The wonky church in Cwmyoy is well worth a look on the way up.Cas-gwent28/12/2016
5th and final top and best in my opinion on this ridge on my Offas Dyke Path Walk from Hay-on-Wye to Pandy, climbing Black Mountain, Black Mountain south top, Pen-y-garn Fawr and Red Daren, leaving rucksack on main path and veering off to visit the cairn and summit. Nice atmosphere. Re-traced route back to rucksack and continued to the Lancaster Arms guesthouse in Pandy.Dazingdale19/10/2016
On solo hike of part 1 of Beacons Way.liljonb14/08/2016
Bagged on a walk with my eldest son (13) from Cwmyoy, up over Hatterrall Hill, down to Llanthony and back along the valley.clyoung31/07/2016
From Longtown, along the eastern flank, up to the trig point on the southeastern spur, then north along Offa's Dyke Path with a quick detour to the summitMariana Trench08/08/2015
Up from LlanthonyChris Peart06/07/2015
From Llanthony with Chris PeartColin Crawford06/07/2015
See 5606Ramblingpaul07/06/2015
Started from Cwmyoy. Parking not easy. Followed track. Not easy to find the start. Between two farm buildings then up to broad ridge. Quite steep. Missed the track which leads past the top (a good cairn) and ended up heather bashing. Took a direct line from top down into Cwm Iau. More heather bashing, eventually easy until a good path reached. Then path from Blaenyoy to the Yellow House (Tr-Hwnt-y-Bwlch) and back down the track to Cwmyoy. Not a bad walk, probably easier in reverse.MikeM18/04/2015
From Llanthony Priory on Beacons Way. Great weather for third walk of the day.SS19/03/2015
1/6 First of long day started from below at layby on cwm Iau and followed tracks to top. A good warm up for what lies ahead.Fergalh01/02/2015
Cold but beautifully sunny walk from Pandy via Pentwyn Camp. The path was frozen above 450m, so no mud (yay). Carried on up to Black Darren cairn (where it snowed briefly) then back the same way.thesweetcheat24/01/2015
From Pandy on Offa's Dyke.rhalstead11/01/2015
Relatively straightforward ascent along Offas Dyke from east, some slushy snowphilpbbrown03/01/2015
Ascent via CwmyoyPeapod2108/06/2014
On ODPiredale02/06/2014
Pleasant walk up from Llanthony for circular walk to take in a couple of trigs on Offas Dyke path and, on the way down, Graig, another tump. Only down side was 2-mile walk back along the road - time for some benchmarking!jonglew22/02/2014
16.8 mile circuit of Chwarel Y Fan and Hatterall Hill including Red Daren, Rhiw Arw and Bal-Mawr trigs.DanTrig11/01/2014
Short diversion from Offa's Dyke Path southboundprwild25/08/2013
Gospel Pass CP > Hay Bluff > Black Mountain > Black Mountain South Top > Pen-y-Garn Fawr > Red Daren > Rhiw Arw (Trig point S6109) > HATTERALL HILL heathery summit topped with a pile of stones off the beaten track.. then turned round and repeated the whole process in reverse > Gospel Pass CP (20 miles)Tony Hartry II25/06/2013
Short detour from the Offa's Dyke Path whilst walking from Hay-on-Wye to Pandy. See my blog post for more details: <a href="" target="_blank"></a>alistairpooler31/03/2013
Plenty free parking at the Abbey. 2262 5606 3526 in a round. Path all the way along the ridge. Fine walk.destaylor01/02/2013
completed as part of Offa's Dyke walk Prestatyn to Sedbury Cliffs (23 Jun - 4 Jul 2012garw102/07/2012
Part of very long ridge walk Longtown to Pandy, up the Cat's Back and the length of the Hatterrall ridge. It hailed. There is an Iron Age enclosure worth a look near the summit, as well as cross dyke to the SW.thesweetcheat23/11/2011
Lots of deep heather to get to summit, as I got there a car appeared with a warden in it... Not a difficult one.dicky22/10/2011
Parked in Llanvihangel Crucorney and walked up the Beacons way - about 4 1/2 miles each way and very pleasant. Summit pile of stones is set off to the left but the high ground is fairly obvious.clivevilla04/06/2011
On Offa's Dyke Path Southnickywood109/03/2011
As below, Llanthony Priory CP > Offa's Dyke Path > The Pentre > Maes-y-Beran > Llanthony Priory CP. Most of the time following sheep tracks and then a dull trudge back to the car.PepandJen23/01/2011
Mini-horseshoe from Cwmyoy. Beautiful dayrbayfield13/11/2010
Offa's Dykewindridge08/09/2010
From Llanthony, parking near camp site. Faint path to summit from SO 307772 25886. Summit:small flat cairn.Andy West27/07/2010
With Lesley a long full day's walk from a lovely holiday cottage we had for the week. One of the few good weather days that week. Walked north over Mynydd Ferddin then up onto the ridge and back south over this top. A Christian group carrying a large crucifix on an Easter pilgrimage passed us heading north along the high ridge.Chris Pearson03/04/2010
Poured with rain all day! Still enjoyable though, in a perverse sort of way. Very grateful for the well made path through the peat!HMollusc26/07/2009
walked up from clodock steep footpath up until l found the main pathway summit was easier to find than the last time l was herehodder06/05/2008
Climbed whilst walking the Offa's Dyke National Trail from Chepstow to Prestatyn.dhbond22/05/2007
A circular walk, parked north of Cwmyoy(ace church) walked through fields onto Hatterall Hill, along the ridge to Rhiw Arw Trig and Red Darren Trig down to Capel-Y-Ffin back up to Chwarel Y Fan and Bal-Mawr Trig back down to car with my boot falling apart at the end.DanTrig05/05/2007
Part of The Three Churches Walkpowyswalker12/08/2006