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Hill number:5212
Height:440m / 1444ft
Parent (Ma):2182  Pegwn Mawr
RHB Section:31B: Welshpool to Hay-on-Wye
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
Grid ref:SO 08367 73541
Summit feature:within 2m of trig point
Col:326m  SO084750  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 136 147
(1:25k) 214E
Observations:ground 450m ESE at SO 08802 73357 is 1m lower. Summits further E at SO 09026 73320 and SO 09024 73244 are lower still
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 52 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From big layby on main road. Pleasant walking on RoW beyond the farm. With B and R.jenx27/10/2018
With Jen and Bryher up from great layby parking on A483 just south of Llananno, saw farmer at Glanrafon just up the track over bridge, happy for us to walk through farm to gain bridleway which was loosely followed to the topnordicstar27/10/2018
Parked on the wide bend opposite the road to Tynypant then followed Glyndwr's Way S. There is a wide path through the gorse due E of the trig.Jim.Fothergill19/09/2018
Climbed to the Trig point from small road on the west side following Glyndwr's Way signs. A steep climb and access to two tops.granddadscott31/07/2018
As part of the Abbey Cwmhir Christmas Cracker LDWA event.Joolz50012/01/2018
A really good walk, parking at Llananno, walking through Glanrafon. A bit of concentration needed to work out the ROW from the farm on to the access land, then to a pond and direct to the nice summit- well defined, walking on green paths through rough pasture/ bracken on an open ridge. It was too much trouble to try and follow the ROW from Bwlch farm so we followed the Glyndwr way to the quiet road and walked down it to Llananno; 1h 40 min, with brother, Pete.pwheeler02/05/2017
From SSW. Tricky parking 180m S of start (on bend by stream).jimbloomer15/01/2017
9/9 Last of misty and windy day (Moel Hywell/Gwastedy Hill/Gwastedy Hill West Top/Rihw Gwroidd/RihwGwraidd West Top/Guilwern Hill/Gilwern Hill West Top/Beddugre Hill/Ysgwd0FFordd)Fergalh21/02/2016
Walked along the Glyndwr's Way from the north after parking on road near lane to Tynypant.Dugswell222/08/2014
Easily climbed from N.Chris Peart09/07/2014
Parked at picnic/public convenience car park on A483 at Llananno. Took lanes west and south, to join bridleway up to near summit. At HP of bridleway a path through gorse takes you to the trig point. Returned the same way. With MP in hill-fog and freezing mizzle.marktrengove20/02/2013
Glyndwr's Way from the north. Easy walk - 1 mile each way but lovely views friom the trig point.clivevilla08/12/2012
Easy parking on bend to north. Stroll on grass path.destaylor04/05/2012
Parked onn A483 by Llanbister bridge nice steady walk up to the top.heavyhorses25/03/2012
Llanbadarn Fynydd to Llanddewi Ystradenni. Limited visibility obscured views of the mid-Wales windfarms so it was a very pleasant expedition.Smudge10/02/2012
Abaty Cwm-hir Xmas Cracker.Ianto&Sue03/12/2011
Off on a bridal path part of Glyndwr's Way leading due S to get a view of the column, across a patch of gorse to the column 10338 at 12.40. 2 wind farms to NW. Mast on Black Mixen.arranc27/09/2011
Started at Bwlch farm. Easy stroll on ridge. Watched rain come over the Rhayader hillsMartin R06/08/2011
Came from the north as not much height gain.Part of the glyndwrs way.Nice stroll up to the trig point.DARRENG27/06/2011
Glyndwr's Way. with Tony and DevonStuart Hyde04/06/2011
From SO 083 748summitsup17/10/2010
On Glyndwr's Waynickywood128/06/2009
Revisit. Grassy summit, scattered low gorse, fine view. Obvious path (Offas Dyke) from N. Dusk, last of the day. Very stormy wind but rain held off.RHW02/12/2007
Glyndwr Way - with BE/HE/DMJohnIvor21/10/2007
LDWA Cant CanobarthSleepwa1ker27/05/2007
Trig pointRhayader_wander05/05/2006
nice hill, scattered low gorse, lovely view - twilight both visits. park 084747: BW thru pasture then open slopes to summit RHW11/05/2002
Robert Kemp28/04/2019
Colin Crawford09/07/2014
Campbell Singer07/11/2013
Alan Whatley07/11/2013
Steve Q16/02/2013
andrew brown13/05/2012
carole engel06/04/2010
David Purchase09/05/2003