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Hill number:7644
Height:442m / 1450ft
Parent (Ma):2203  Drygarn Fawr
RHB Section:31C: South-West Wales
Nuttall/Wainwright area:Central Wales - Elan Valley
County/UA:Powys (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Subhump
Grid ref:SN 94588 56714
Summit feature:not recorded
Col:349.3m  SN 9444 5711  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 147
(1:25k) 200W
Observations:summit is in trees
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 13 users)ByDate of Ascent
Indistinct point within pines, accessed through recently felled tracks from forest path.Denise 16/03/2018
From the N via bridleway up edge of forest then good forest roads and ride to just NW of summit. Bands of trees have been cut NW/SE over the summit ridge giving the hill top a castellated appearance from the distance. High point in one of these cuttings though summit moderately level and disturbed by felling.RichardM16/03/2018
From Wenallt. Headed down north-east to cross the stream at a high point, then bridleway south-east and ENE to the lane. Then took path up through woods and plantation to a wide track, following this up round to its highest point. At SN 94761 56948 a good maintained path heads up through the thick forest, getting you to within 90m of the summit. Then a tricky forest thrash into the mature plantation. Who can guess where the natural high point is, but I thrashed around a bit to be sure! Then returned to the lane by my outward route, and back south to the car. Solo.marktrengove07/05/2017
Lastof nine on sunny day (Drum Ddu/Y Gamriw/Y Foel/Esgair Penygarreg/Esgair Perfedd/Esgair Dderw/Penrihw-Wen/Lethyr Melyn/Gornoeth)Fergalh16/04/2016
Park on verge at 944571. Bridal path on edge of forest to broad forest road at top. Turn right for 50 yards and on narrow m/c path along ridge to HP.arranc18/10/2015
Parked SN944571 at end of R.O.W. followed this to track then turned right, shortly path goes off into forest to gain highest point then had to crawl in through trees to top. SN9462456750Anton19/04/2013
Dense spruce, summit hard to get at, flat & undefined. From N, tracks not as LR but easy to get within 100m. RHW10/07/2010
Alan Whatley15/09/2018
Alan Moore16/11/2013