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Name:Craig y Saeson [Craigwith]
Hill number:7676
Height:184m / 604ft
Parent (Ma):2289  Coety Mountain [Coity Mountain] [Mynydd Coety]
RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Monmouthshire [Sir Fynwy] (CoU)
Class:Tump (100-199m), Subhump, Clem
Grid ref:ST346974 (est)
Col:87m  ST344980  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 171
(1:25k) 152
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 23 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parking opposite the lane entrance. One bwf at wood. Memorial looks as if it is the high point.Campbell Singer27/01/2019
Track from NE, then marked fp across pasture up to edge of beech grove. At far end you can slip under a wire to walk around to the quite touching memorial which is the probable hp.clivevilla22/02/2017
Looked at renovated wartime decoy lookout lower down field after visiting summit. Views over Severn.Adrian27/03/2016
And trig 3386 at 347975arranc02/03/2015
Trig first, then over b/w fence and across pasture to small copse of beech trees. Unable to determine precise summit point. Memorial plaque to Richard Stratton Laybourne on large erect stone near SW edge of copse, near OS spot height. This may be the hill summit.jonglew02/08/2014
Trig pillar in hedgerow at ST 34767 97563.Small group of beech trees mark the summit.The small water reservior (next field)at ST 34643 97464 highest point but man made again had a walk around the field.Their is a monument at ST34657 97472.hodder25/02/2012
Easy access to trig on right of way, then climbed barbed wire fence to get into field to the West near copse of trees. Had a good walk around as it's fairly flat, though there's a raised concrete platform (ST 34662 97458) in the corner of the field.Tony J15/01/2012
parked on road and walked to summit and trig in fieldrussf6912/06/2011
Whilst visiting TP.Dusty05/04/2010
summit has pltn labelled Craigwith Beeches); pleasant view. tk from road jct to NE RHW04/01/2003
Alan Whatley07/01/2018
Martin R20/03/2017
Steve Q11/11/2012