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Name:Mynydd Llanybyther
Hill number:5230
Height:409m / 1342ft
Parent (Ma):2203  Drygarn Fawr
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Carmarthenshire [Sir Gaerfyrddin] (CoU)
Catchment:Teifi, Catchment Boundaries, Towy
Watershed:Carmarthen Bay, Cardigan Bay
Class:Hump, Tump (400-499m), Clem
Grid ref:SN 53591 39603
Summit feature:ground in forest
Col:286m  SN561405  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 146
(1:25k) 186
Observations:other locations in forest are about as high; tumulus with trig at SN 53488 39504 and tumulus 35m further NE not at natural summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 50 users)ByDate of Ascent
By torchlight but still had a good explore of the wooded area.Alex C30/08/2019
In the area, so returned to confirm the summit. Not sure it was worth it for a thrash through young trees. The ten figure GR seemed no different to anywhere elseColin Crawford31/03/2019
Revisited to check out the revised summit position.Chris Peart10/12/2018
Trig pointing and thought mau aswel hot this off aswelMountain mcgiverns08/12/2018
Quick walk up with my daughter Amelia. Great viewpoint real shame about the rubbish.isabelle06/04/2017
Short walk from carNicky14823/01/2017
One of 4 Ma and 2 Hu on driving/ short walks day, Crugiau Merched to Pen-crug-melyn then to Rhys Ymryson. Trashed summit, 4WD tracks over the Tumulus top, fly tipping, WT masts and forestry blocking some of the view. But the view was very good, more extensive than from lower Ma visited today, on a very clear day.pwheeler27/04/2016
Parked by the cattle grid for the short stroll. It is sad that a burial site is robbed of its solemnity by masts and quad bike tracks going over the tumulus. No respect.clivevilla10/02/2016
From Sjimbloomer22/01/2016
2/9 short walk up from crossroads to trig pillar behind mastsFergalh05/09/2015
Effectively a roadside summit, just short walk past comms compound. Plenty of big views. Trig pillar on mound at highest point.jonglew23/08/2014
10 minute stroll to trig 5693. Masts. 17.25.arranc04/05/2014
Easy bag with Phil Cooper.Dugswell217/11/2012
Easy parking very short stroll.destaylor16/03/2012
Short stroll across to the trig point from the nearby road.PaulH08/08/2011
Quite unremarkable. Parked SN 535 393summitsup26/09/2009
Short walk.Dusty01/11/2007
moorld summit beside rd. just N of mast RHW18/08/2002
Robert Kemp21/11/2018
Chris Peart27/06/2015
carole engel22/04/2015
Campbell Singer11/02/2015
Alan Whatley23/08/2014
Colin Crawford14/09/2011
andrew brown28/08/2011
Martin R24/07/2011
Rob Pen y Garn22/06/2009