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Name:Bryn Mawr
Hill number:5220
Height:405.1m / 1329ft
Parent (Ma):2188  Garreg Lwyd
RHB Section:31B: Welshpool to Hay-on-Wye
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
Grid ref:SN 94492 80304
Summit feature:no feature: grassy rise
Col:295m  SN940797  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 136
(1:25k) 214W
Observations:ground 70m NW at SN 94448 80359 is 0.6m lower; ground 130m NNW at SN 94428 80421 is 1.6m lower
Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 36 users)ByDate of Ascent
Night ascent, but still nice and straightforward.Alex C02/11/2018
From Tylwch along a path avoiding the big farm and then a good farm track. A fine small hill. No problems with the cows and calfs.Alan Moore10/10/2018
Llangurig to Llandiloes.Smudge16/03/2018
Parked at the start of the bridleway ascending the hill from the E- tenuous, and while not blocking access we were pleased not to leave the car for more than the 30mins it took there and back. Track to small quarry by some trees, across field to summit. Good view of Llanidloes. Bonus Hu; the rain started at 2, but then held off for an hour around 4 so we decided to do this one. With Petepwheeler30/04/2017
3/11 Third of eleven on sunny but cold day (Llechwedd Llwyd/Bryn Du/Bryn Mawr/Old Chappel Hill/Pant-Poeth Hill/Peginn Mawr/Graig Iar/Molefre/Pen-y-Ffynnon/Coed y Gaer/Bryn Gwyn)Fergalh05/11/2016
Approach from W. Walk extended because road impassable due to snow. Lovely bright afternoon. Friendly farmer.jimbloomer15/01/2016
Ascended by the bridleway from the east. Parked at the start of the track by the bend (room for one car, if parked carefully to avoid obstruction). Took track up to a small quarry by some trees. No sign of path beyond, but up to visit east, central and western tops (barbed wire and electric fences to climb for the latter two). Returned by outward route. With MP on a hill survey.Man of Kernow114/12/2014
Climbed from E.Chris Peart11/07/2014
Fom SN 953 802.summitsup05/06/2014
Park high up at a junction of wide bridal paths. Easy walk up on wide stony road, across the last field to top. No cairn.arranc26/07/2012
P at start of ROW to SW. Followed all the way to the summit field.chrisbien12/03/2012
Parked on the bend to the east. I agree about the aggressive cows. They stampeded towards me, I jumped over the fence and most of them moved on but one stood there bellowing at me.clivevilla01/11/2011
Yet another little bimble along a trackMartin R26/08/2011
Parking on bend to Eastdestaylor15/08/2011
Climbed from SW on bridleway which at times was overgrown. True summit is sheep pasture NNE of burial ground.Dugswell228/06/2011
Started from road junction to the east. watch out for the cows, they seemed quite agressive. 6 Fig grid quite a way out.DARRENG13/06/2011
pleasant hill & view. park 953803 (awkward), tk & bw to summit RHW07/04/2002
Campbell Singer07/12/2014
Alan Whatley09/11/2014
Colin Crawford11/07/2014
Steve Q17/02/2013
andrew brown07/08/2011
carole engel07/03/2010