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Name:The Warren
Hill number:15606
Height:467m / 1532ft
Parent (Ma):2270  Mynydd Epynt [Mynydd Eppynt]
RHB Section:32A: Llandovery to Monmouth
County/UA:Powys
Catchment:Wye
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:SN 96827 47011
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:34m
Col:433m  SN965467  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 147
(1:25k) 188
Observations:flat summit area; ground to NW and SW obscured by trees
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 34 users)ByDate of Ascent
Within Sennybridge firing range (MoD). Do not approach when red flags are flying. See https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/sennybridge-firing-notice for firing times.webmasterblank
Pleasant grassy hill. Lots of litter on the military road though; loads of toilet rolls! With Jill.Dangerous Dave03/02/2024
Linear hike - from layby on B4519 past Drover's Arms - Pen Tri Chrugiau - back to layby on B4519 - The Warren (Pen Cae'r Mynach) - back to layby. Total Distance: 9.1 miles.manilena06/01/2024
14:45 quick hoof up the bread from the MOD roadvegibagger03/10/2023
On a non firing day, although some red flags were flying but not all. From the view point car park along track and up by trees. On to Pen Cae’r mynach before heading back across road to do others on range.PeterD19/02/2023
Parked at the viewpoint. A non firing day according to Firing Range website. Easy bag from the Heart of Wales Line Trail. Pity about the grey weather.Campbell Singer04/02/2023
A quick dash up Mynydd Eppynt and The Warren from the convenient parking area at the highest point of the road. The red flags were still flying, but according to the government website firing had finished half an hour before, so I felt safe - mostly!Mark Jackson28/10/2022
I was a little confused as I had checked that it was not a firing day but the red flags were flying. A contractor in a land rover stopped and explained that it was fine and that the red flags always fly. Parked at 96678 47385 and walked in along the road tp Pen Cae'r Mynach and The Warren on the way back.clivevilla11/08/2021
Sheep husbandry weekend. Followed road and path.Ramblingpaul16/08/2020
Left the Garth road and cycled down and up the rough range road. Then a quick walk beside the edge of the plantation to the featureless top.Rob Rees27/12/2019
Our last tump of the day with Iain in gorgeous but cold evening light. A grassy areas between two pines copses with various bits of military paraphernalia and no distinct HP.Denise 03/01/2019
Levellish grassy summit, high point un-marked. Last on a fine day out with Denise and Iain.RichardM03/01/2019
Parked at start of bridleway then easy walk to The Warren summit then onward to The Warren trig on the next Tump called Pen Cae'r Mynach with Adrian, Alex and Tony.Dugswell230/12/2017
6/15 sixth of long day Cefn Merthyr Cynog/Cefn Trum Yr Hwch/Pen Ty'n-y-Wern/Drum Ddu/Mynydd Eppynt/The Warren/pen Ca'er Mynach/Pen Neuadd/Moelfree/Pen Tri Chrugiau/Twyn Rhyd-Car/Twyn Rhyd-car South Top/Moel Blychau/Mwmffri/Noethgrug. Always check https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/449005/SennybridgeFiringTimes and never cross area when red flag is flyingFergalh15/08/2015
Trees were obscuring any views. Lots of Army rubbish lying around.Rob Pen y Garn17/05/2014
Short walk from B4519 along metalled road before diverting to hill top. Lot of used military paraphernalia lying around: spent flares, ammo - mainly cases, but some live rounds also.jonglew04/05/2014
SN9683447026Anton05/01/2013
Rough grass summit; got a wave from a Landrover. From E, park & run, army road. RHW17/07/2005
Jill Robertson03/02/2024
asbown06/02/2022
Steve Q17/04/2021
Andy West05/09/2020
Tony J30/12/2017
Adrian30/12/2017
Alex C30/12/2017
Moorponder07/10/2017
BrianMatthews18/04/2017
TREBORK25/12/2016
MM27/12/2015
thenomad26/09/2013
stevent080910/08/2013
iaindbrown03/01/2010
Dusty30/08/2009
andrew.allum01/01/2000