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Name:Corlan Fraith
Hill number:5191
Height:406m / 1332ft
Parent (Ma):2151  Tarrenhendre
RHB Section:30F: Dolgellau to Machynlleth
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Cadair Idris
County/UA:Gwynedd (CoU)
Catchment:Dysynni, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
Grid ref:SH 63080 00085
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:306m  SN637999  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 135
(1:25k) OL23W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 37 users)ByDate of Ascent
On Rhydyronen -Corlan Fraith- Bryn Dinas- Tarren Cwm-ffernol -Pen Trum-gwr- Brynglas Sta. walk. The path to the NNE was very steep and the stream difficult to cross there so we went up the other side of the side valley up a more easy-angled curving ridge. This led to a 5 min bog crossing but we still thought it was a better route. The ROW doesn't have a path but it does have a gate at SH 6289 0064. From here, Pete and I comfortably reached the summit via SH 6316 0015 without crossing any barbed wire. Good cairn and summit ridge.pwheeler13/09/2018
Parked in layby (or long passing place - still left room for passing) at 992649 and went up the track opposite past Dysyrnant where there were three noisy sheepdogs. Climbed Bryn Dinas then over to two Deweys (Tarren Cwm-ffernol and Pen Trum-gwr) before retracing my steps and going across to Corlan Fraith and descending the same track. Great January sunny day - about 4 hours.clivevilla26/01/2018
With K. Attempted to park at road end to NW but this is impossible. Parked near entrance to footpath to S. Route unproblematic.Ashley29/07/2017
4/5 (Pen Trum-Gwr/Tarren Cwm Ffernol/Bryn Dinas/Corlan Fraith/Tal y Gareg)Fergalh02/07/2017
With Cabe.simon and co03/08/2016
Parked at start of farm track (just enough room for one car) and followed a delightful marked PF up onto open hillside and turned west onto final climb.Campbell Singer06/07/2015
Simple climb from the top of the track from Cwrt to Bryncrugjim pererin01/07/2015
Parked by old chapel at 628985, took footpath from Erwfaethlon to Bryn Dinas then across saddle to summit.Chris Peart23/10/2014
Grey, murky and overcast but actually still an enjoyable day to be out walking.Alex C19/09/2014
Visited and uncovered Bolt. Rebuilding cairn after.Dusty14/06/2014
Easy parking at telephone box NW. Tried to follow paths to the Motte but not there behind the farm. So took mainly pasture ridge all the way. Some bw.destaylor07/09/2012
started from the road/track to the north.climbed up the very steep path to the NNE and then onto the summit.With andrew brown.DARRENG26/08/2012
From Dolgoch station via Pen Trum-gwr and Trum Gelli to take in Corlan Fraith before finishing at Rhyd-yr-onen station.summitsup11/08/2012
Chap sunbathing in his garden in Happy Valley did not seem happy when I walked through his garden next to the chapel - how was I to know he was there?Martin R26/06/2011
From Erwtaethlon on a footpath well to the east of my planned route, by silage bales, through sheep by long fields to cross a wire fence, down over rough stuff via a gate onto the bridal path that I wanted to be on from the beginning. Up on path and bee line over rough tussock to skyline, turned left by wire fence, over another fence and uphill to the very large cairn.14.00. OS platform bolt under the cairn.arranc12/09/2010
Climbed during a stay in Aberdovey.marktrengove13/05/2006
fine hill & view. park by turning space 626013, fp & follow fence to summit RHW12/05/2002
probably the first hill i ever climbed. we used to holiday at nantycynog farm and on a lovely sunny day the parents decided it would be a good idea.stig_nest15/07/1986
Alan Whatley28/12/2014
Colin Crawford23/10/2014
andrew brown26/08/2012
carole engel12/08/2009