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Name:Llechwedd y Glyn
Hill number:5194
Height:481.1m / 1578ft
Parent (Ma):2161  Pumlumon Fawr [Plynlimon]
RHB Section:31A: Aberystwyth to Welshpool
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Central Wales - Pumlumon
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Catchment:Severn
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
(Hu,Tu,4,Cm)
Grid ref:SN 86405 87284
Summit feature:no feature; grass and heather
Drop:124m
Col:357m  SN856875  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 135 136
(1:25k) 214W
Observations:ground 40m SSE at SN 86413 87242 is 0.3m lower
Comments:Alternative summits at SN865873, SN869872 and SN870872
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 29 users)ByDate of Ascent
Started at the Forestry car park to SW. from forest track thrashed north through thick pines to firebreak area with moss and bog and two possible HPs. Easier exit north and continued to Banc y Groes. Later visited possible HP on track to east near former reservoir / aerial but did not visit final contour east of this within forest- too much thrashing for one ( wet) day!Denise 09/02/2019
As pwheeler. Short flog up overgrown firebreak with brash and brambles. Top section much more pleasant going.Moorponder17/10/2018
Parked at SN856874, space which was being used as an overspill on a busy Su. Better than main car pk for being close to tracks which we followed to SN864871. The firebreak here was just evident, filling up with trees, undergrowth and brash. An earlier firebreak was no longer evident. A fight, in orienteering terms, but a short one mercifully, to the high point which we're relieved is the one depicted. Good view of Plynlimon. Started to rain. A pure bag. With brother, Pete.pwheeler30/04/2017
6/6 Last of six on sunny & wet cold day (Drybedd/Llechwedd Hirgoed West Top/Llechwedd Hirgoed SE Top/Allt Pant Mawr/Cefn Hirbysg/Llehweddy Glyn)Fergalh06/11/2016
Parked at start of track (SN856874). Track NE to edge of forest, up grassy field to summit area, some thrashing about to visit the two suggested tops.Chris Peart12/07/2014
Forestry car park in Hafren Forest. uphill on road for 400 yards to a forest ride uphill to the edge of plantations. Over a locked gate and two BWFs Over rough grass to the E/W grid refce. indicating a 200 yard thrash through 10' high conifers. Reasonable approach over treacherous ground to a small rise. Virtually flat top.arranc31/08/2012
P start of track NE then S then NE. I think the summit is beside the dismantled mast.chrisbien12/03/2012
I might be biased but UPM Tilhill forests are always worse than Forestry Commission ones. This is typical.Martin R27/08/2011
As DL. Mature trees currently being felled.destaylor15/08/2011
another nightmare forestry hill. the top could be anywhere.It is best to approach from the forest track which starts west and goes north east. once out of the tress follow the new fenceline south east right to the corner. then head south west and visit thDARRENG13/06/2011
Park to west and used forest track that first travels NE before turning south.At SN8644387057 I entered forest on an easy route thro mature trees to find open summit which could be around many tree stumps on flattish summit area with young conifers nearbyDugswell226/03/2011
petey25/03/2011
SN8656587397Anton07/11/2009
pleasant summit, wide undramatic view; points +/- eq ht to E e.g. 869873. park 862876, tk & pasture to summit RHW07/04/2002
RichardM03/02/2019
GaryJones17/10/2017
softsquare12/11/2016
MM20/10/2015
Campbell Singer07/12/2014
Alan Whatley16/11/2014
RobertP20/07/2014
Colin Crawford12/07/2014
AndyS09/03/2014
chalky195327/08/2013
mae10/08/2012
andrew brown06/11/2011
iaindbrown03/09/2010
carole engel07/11/2009
andrew.allum01/01/2000