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Name:Banc Cwm-coed-ifor
Hill number:5240
Height:309m / 1014ft
Parent (Ma):2203  Drygarn Fawr
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
County/UA:Carmarthenshire [Sir Gaerfyrddin] (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Clem
Grid ref:SN592385 (est)
Col:197m  SN580395  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 146
(1:25k) 186
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
The copse is still a mess and the summit is covered in brash.Chris Peart16/02/2016
Up the bridle path then up to what was the copse. It has been felled although all the treees are still lying there.clivevilla10/02/2016
5/9 Quick walk up from track to remains of copseFergalh05/09/2015
From minor road to E of Rhydcymerau, on bridle-way to end of woodland then NE through barley crop following tractor tracks to wooded summit. High point seemed to be on N edge of copse as per OS spot height.jonglew23/08/2014
Park just above Rhyddcymerdu by large manure heap. On bridal track and strike across ploughed field (hedges gone). High point N of a fir copse. 11.00.arranc05/05/2014
Walked up from Rhydcymerau with Phil Cooper. Top near edge of summit copse but walked around flattish field until far away fence boundary to NW as not much in it.Dugswell217/11/2012
Easy parking at start of path then open gate to summit. Top probably not in the copse.destaylor16/03/2012
Top very popular with the HuMP bagging cowsMartin R24/07/2011
Parked at start of track. Map bears little relation to what is there. Mature trees not on map. Fences and sheepfold gone. Top close to a small wood.chrisbien12/05/2011
OK summit pleasant view;improved pasture. BW from W RHW13/04/2003
carole engel08/10/2018
Campbell Singer11/02/2015
Alan Whatley05/09/2014
andrew brown25/06/2012
Colin Crawford14/09/2011