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Name:Mynydd Castlebythe
Hill number:5234
Height:347m / 1138ft
Parent (Ma):2208  Foel Cwmcerwyn
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Pembrokeshire [Sir Benfro] (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Clem
Grid ref:SN 02874 29652
Summit feature:trig point on tumulus
Col:231m  SN058299  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 145 157 158
(1:25k) OL35E
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 51 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
With Jenx and Bryher up from minor road to NW. good off road parking near gate then cut line up through heather and grass leads to near summit trig. Another fine viewpoint, just as rain started to returnnordicstar03/04/2019
Good parking spot and easy mown way to the top from 251 spot height.jenx03/04/2019
From Castlebythe, up via narrow strip of access land (not a good idea) and back down main access area.rhalstead09/03/2019
Seems like a fine hill, shame it was the middle of the night so I couldn't appreciate the view.Alex C09/02/2019
From the 251m spotheight. In mist and very light drizzle but good underfoot. Solo.bolton01/01/2019
From 02070 29808 as tim747. There is a clear path straight up to within a few yards of the summit trig.clivevilla16/07/2018
Easy stroll east over cut Heather from gated moorland road with free range pigs! trig on one of several tumuli . Nice views over surrounding very green fields in valley.Denise 21/09/2016
An easy ascent on moorland track from unfenced road.RichardM21/09/2016
Noted this fitted in with driving/bagging between Garn Fawr and The Gower. Parked at 251 m. spot height on narrow road between Castlebythe and Rosebush. Then straight up, following mown strip, to trig point/ summit.pwheeler29/04/2016
circular day walk from Rosebush from road NW on to Cilciffethunderhill07/08/2015
Second visit but Chris's first. Very easy along grassy track from minor road to westColin Crawford28/06/2015
Same route as Tim. Nice grassy stroll right to the trig.chriswatson21/05/2015
Parked by gate at 0207029808. Followed the mowed bits to avoid the freshly burnt areas.tim74728/04/2015
6/7 drive past Castleblythe to west, follow narrow road to where there is parking. than follow freshly cut rack through heather. At crossroads in track turn left to trig pillar at topFergalh27/01/2015
From highest point on minor road to W, then almost due E over rough heather, gorse, long grass to higher of 2 barrows at summit, topped with a trig pillar.jonglew31/08/2014
park to NW of hill at a place where there is a large area off the verge of the very narrow road. up over moor to the column which appears to be built on a mound.arranc12/09/2013
Parking by gate to W. Narrow footpath through bracken then indistinct through gorse and long grass.destaylor12/11/2011
Parked as others.chrisbien11/05/2011
Parking at 251 spot height. Top has been burnt off making walk to top unpleasant.PeteF22/07/2010
Visiting pillarDusty04/07/2010
Parked in small area to the north west. No proper path so best to do early in the year when the heather is still low.andrew brown26/04/2010
Direct from SN 021 298. No path. Not grazed for a long while so heather deep and difficult.summitsup22/09/2009
TB testing at Griffiths, Parc-Y-Delyn, so romped up heather and snow from west after doing TT1. On detached duty at CarmarthenDugswell210/02/2009
pleasant hill & view. cross deep heather e.g. from road to WNW RHW05/09/1998
Robert Kemp05/07/2018
Neil Haslewood23/10/2016
Chris Peart28/06/2015
carole engel17/05/2015
Alan Whatley23/08/2014
Rob Pen y Garn12/05/2014
Campbell Singer31/05/2013
Colin Crawford17/09/2011
Martin R24/07/2011