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Name:Beddugre Hill
Hill number:5216
Height:419m / 1375ft
Parent (Ma):2182  Pegwn Mawr
RHB Section:31B: Welshpool to Hay-on-Wye
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Catchment:Wye
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m)
(Hu,Tu,4)
Grid ref:SO 08923 70029
Summit feature:rock outcrop by concrete bin
Drop:117m
Col:302m  SO089719  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 136 147
(1:25k) 200E 214E
Observations:ground 15m N at SO 08926 70041 may be as high
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 32 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked on main road to NE near bridge. Crossed bridge, up track to Bron-yr-efail, then ROW is used as farm track and has gates all the way, with a gate also to access the summit. All on improved pasture. With Pete, we came back same way as paths are not always so straightforward in mid-Wales. We too had a great chat with the farmer (84 and proud of his age) on the way back.pwheeler29/04/2017
From SO 100710.summitsup02/01/2017
8/9 Eight 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
From Llanddewi then wnw up lane and tracks. No short cut across to Gaer so back via Llanddewi.dicky05/04/2015
Parked on main road to NE near bridge. Crossed bridge up track to Bron-yr-efail to use good track most of way with odd gate to climb. I had a great chat with the old farmer on the way back.Dugswell222/08/2014
As destaylor.Chris Peart09/07/2014
Parked near end of lane off A483 - SO 09808 68808. There's plenty of parking possibilities along this lane. Took marshy byway W from where lane ends, then RoW N towards Croftyperthy (also very boggy). Then over barbed wire fence and horse field to open hill beyond another barbed wire fence. Then track to near summit. Ascent route not recommended! To descend, walked ridge east (some barbed wire) to pick up RoW over Pt.371m and down to Beddugre Farm. A much better route. With MP on a misty day.marktrengove06/03/2013
From main road to NE. Frisky cows occupying the summit so had to play games to capture the summit.clivevilla08/12/2012
Easy parking off main road to NE. Track and then easy grass.destaylor04/05/2012
Parked just off A483 at SO104684 and followed road / bridle path around the base of the hill before cutting across to the track leading up the hill. lots of sheep :-)heavyhorses25/03/2012
Traversed the summit NW to E between the RsOW, roughly along the ridge line, using gates between the fields.Smudge10/02/2012
Parked in front of a bungalow with permission. Along the road, over a small stream, uphill on tarred road and around to NE. Way to the hill indicated by a farmer following a bridal path, over a fence on beast made paths to cross a BWF onto sheep pastures and top at 14.35. No cairnarranc27/09/2011
Started at entrance gate to Croftyperthi carrying the wrong map! Lots of trespassing. Sneak up, brazen down.Martin R07/08/2011
Bit of a tricky one this. Started from the farm to the n.w.When you get to the farm turn left and then right through a gate.follow the footpath to where it levels out and fence hop to follow the fence to near the top.DARRENG27/06/2011
SO0892870042Anton07/04/2010
pleasant hill & view; simple ascent from W. RHW05/04/2003
Dusty14/07/2018
GaryJones11/04/2018
MM09/12/2015
Colin Crawford09/07/2014
Campbell Singer07/11/2013
Alan Whatley07/11/2013
AndyS02/11/2013
chalky195327/09/2013
GordonAdshead06/07/2013
Steve Q16/02/2013
andrew brown16/02/2013
mae11/08/2012
carole engel07/04/2010
iaindbrown23/07/2008
stevent080923/02/2008
andrew.allum01/01/2000