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Name:Cwm-Sanaham Hill
Hill number:7761
Height:409.1m / 1342ft
Parent (Ma):2183  Beacon Hill
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m), Subhump
Grid ref:SO 27082 75516
Summit feature:no feature: ground near fence corner
Col:309.9m  SO 2852 7542  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137 148
(1:25k) 201N
Observations:ground 10m NE of trig point at SO 27055 75496 (35m SW of summit) is as high
Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 80 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Lovely moody misty walk from Llanfair Hill. Best walk of the week which has been a bit drab but for today at least that Autumn damp is wonderful - yes more parasol fungi and the trundle of the Mid-Wales line in the distance.briandavies15/10/2019
From the road junction due north. Sufficient parking at start of the two fps. Took the one to the east to avoid cattle and a hunt which I encountered on return. Good track all of the way. Again, fine views.Campbell Singer06/10/2019
From Picnic/parking 298 727 Kinsley Wood, cross sheep fields towards Stowe up through Holloway Rocks to Stow Trig, down easy track to Five Turnings, track opposite cross more Sheep fields to Offa's Dyke Path up to Cwm-sanaham Hill, Offa's Dyke Path back to Kinsley Wood, overcast & cool but dry all day.apricorum31/12/2018
From Knighton (SO 28885 72203) - Through town to Offa's Dyke Centre then onwards and upwards to the summit via Offa's Dyke Path. Returned via the same route.david23020107/01/2018
Bagged whilst walking Offa's Dyke from Kerry Ridgeway to Knighton.Ramblingpaul04/06/2017
Left ladder for dugswell2Adrian26/03/2017
Walked in from the north using footpath and off piste sheep pasture. Looks like Adrian Rayner left his ladder behind.Dugswell225/03/2017
Along offas dyke pathcjo25/03/2017
New Invention to Clun.Smudge25/03/2017
Along Offa's Dyke from the north taking in the other trig point before this one and returning the same route. With Duncan on the trig pointers weekend away.Father Ted25/03/2017
Roadside verge parking to NNW. RoW all the way to trig, which seemed to be approx 14m SW of the HP.jonglew24/03/2017
Last hill of the day in pouring in rain on a long stretch of the Offas dyke path from Forden to Knighton, climbing Hergan, Myndtown hill, Graig hill and& Llanfair hill. Last hour was slow going as was having to use my head torch. I didnt plan to climb this hill and must Have missed it from the lists So consequently DID not visit the trig or the corner So i Have not ticked the box!! Grassy slopes leading down to Knighton were super-saturated and steep and i slipped over at least 3 times.Dazingdale16/10/2016
With stig_nestLaura.W01/05/2016
As previous logger only 25 mins return. A dull day.stig_nest01/05/2016
Parking at the start of the track 300m NE of Selley Hall (where two paths meet at the road). By taking the eastern path you have a higher starting point and a much easier climb to the top of the hill. Walk till the fourth gate then cut across the field to the trig point. 30 minutes return.moorsman21/04/2016
Done from Knighton on the ODP. With Wombourne & Pat.steve hudson01/03/2016
4/9 Fourth of nine summits on very windy day (Stow Hill/Rock Hill/Cefn Hepreas/Cwm-Sanaham Hill/Llanfair Hill/Llanwen Hill/Hawthorn Hill/Black Hill/Glog Hill)Fergalh05/12/2015
Solosimon and co14/08/2015
From road to the north. Went up the one path and down the other.clivevilla01/04/2015
15.5 mile circular from Kinsley wood taking in Stow Hill, Llanfair Hill and Cwm-Sanaham Hill, quite muddy along the byways and along the Offa's Dyke path, good views towards the Shropshire Hills, Beacon Hill and the Radnor Forest.DanTrig04/03/2015
A walk up from Knucklas on a hot and sticky day.Walker Dan14/06/2014
A nice viewpoint with Peter on ODP.iredale30/05/2014
Last hill of the day. Knackered.npickup10/04/2014
Lesley,Nick, Ann (& Betty the Jack Russell) short train ride for rail buff Nick to Langunllo (no-one had ever got off there before in guard's memory!)from Knucklas which we walked back to over Bailey Hill. I then left others and ran back to Clun following Offa's Dyke and tops - with Betty in tow.Chris Pearson20/02/2014
On the Offa's Dyke Pathalistairpooler03/03/2013
with Tony & DevonStuart Hyde11/08/2012
Parked at 266748. Easy access to the summit by following the track/bridleway onto Offa's Dyke Path.JohnStoneham20/04/2012
On Offa's Dyke Northnickywood115/03/2012
A circular from SO 256 748. First visited 1984?summitsup02/01/2012
On Offa's Dyke Path walk to Knighton.thesweetcheat19/11/2011
Nice walk up from SO 267766. Great views :-)heavyhorses17/11/2011
fine stretch of Offas Dyke; lovely view; TP appears to be highest point. Offas Dyke FP from N RHW19/10/2003
With a group of 15 on a rentahostel weekend at Clun MillPhreerunner08/03/2003
On ODP.arranc26/10/1996
On ODP heading south with DGJohnIvor08/02/1992
Llanfair Waterdine- Llanfair Hill- Offas Dyke- Knighton. Outstanding and beautiful walk with a real 'high level' feel despite fairly modest altitude. The Dyke is impressive and nearest to being complete for long stretches here. With Mom and Dadpwheeler02/10/1983
Not logged. Done on Offa's Dyke Path.ngthack25/08/1975
Ascended on the Offa's Dyke Path leaving Knighton.JohnW30/05/1975
Martin R25/03/2017