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Name:Ffridd Pen-y-Graig
Hill number:5206
Height:297m / 974ft
Parent (Ma):2161  Pumlumon Fawr [Plynlimon]
RHB Section:31A: Aberystwyth to Welshpool
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Central Wales - Pumlumon
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Clem
Grid ref:SH 84245 01827
Summit feature:cairn on small rib of rock in field
Col:191m  SH853015  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 135 136
(1:25k) 215W
Observations:rock for c 3m either side of cairn is of similar height
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 30 users)ByDate of Ascent
Extension of Abercegir- Cefn Coch- Darowen- Fron Goch- Nantygaseg- Abercegir day walk, to bag Ffridd Pen-y-Graig, with Pete. We used marktrengoveís route- key is to keep to the ROW a bit further than one might expect, to SH 8423 0222 where gate gives barbed wire-free access. Returned to Darowen same way. Good parking space at Darowen, though itís main purpose must be for church services.pwheeler17/09/2018
Alongside Bryn-Einion just as dusk was falling.Alex C14/04/2017
4/7 Fourth of seven on wet cold misty day (Cwm y Derw/Foel Fadian/Bryn-y-Brain/Fron Goch/Ffrid pen-y-Graig/Cefn Coch/)Pfridd Esgair-yr-Owen)Brynn Crugog)Fergalh15/01/2017
Parked in Darowen, opposite the church, at SH 83027 01783. Took the lane east for several hundred metres, then stile over hedge at footpath sign. Followed the RoW north-east through sheep pastures, diverting south-east to reach the summit. No barbed wire by this route. Returned by my outward route. Walk continued to Fron Goch. Solo.marktrengove19/11/2016
Parked to s. Somebody was shearing sheep in the building at the start of the path. The cair is no longer on the rocky rib.clivevilla23/07/2015
As destaylor.Chris Peart12/07/2014
Penegoes to Commins Coch: From N via ROW from Darowen then Briwnant descent which was awkward at pace (tripping on brambles).Smudge15/02/2013
Easy parking to S. Then track and pasture. Had a chat with farmer at parking. Very helpful - please close gates. No sign of a cairn - very clear day.destaylor29/09/2011
Great - friendly farmerMartin R07/05/2011
bit of a trespass and watch out for the cows if you come from the southDARRENG25/10/2010
Parked by farm to the south. Easy walk up to the cairned summit.andrew brown24/10/2010
Easy parking in Darowen. Followed footpath on 25,000 map over 2 BWFs to top at 9.20.arranc13/09/2010
pleasant summit, lovely view. tk from 841014, thru gate then out of sight behind S ridge to summit RHW07/04/2002
carole engel11/06/2017
Steve Q01/08/2015
Campbell Singer27/04/2015
Alan Whatley14/12/2014
Colin Crawford12/07/2014