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Name:Mynydd Gelliwastad
Hill number:7668
Height:214m / 702ft
Parent (Ma):2280  Mynydd y Betws
RHB Section:32B: Carmarthen to Vale of Neath
County/UA:Swansea
Catchment:Loughor, Catchment Boundaries, Tawe
Watershed:Swansea Bay, Carmarthen Bay
Class:Tump (200-299m), Subhump, Clem
(Tu,2,sHu,Cm)
Grid ref:SN 67855 01603
Summit feature:not recorded
Drop:99.1m
Col:114.8m  SN 6767 0243  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 159
(1:25k) 165
Observations:ground 150m NNE of trig point
Comments:temporary Hump July 2012 - October 2018
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 44 users)ByDate of Ascent
With Pauline .. Parked on Ffordd Ellen SN677026 .. up Mountain Rd and followed RoW through gate passed mast to trig and a wander around likely high points .. nice hill wih more cracking views including the DVLA ;-) New Inn is worth a stopmilejunkie24/11/2023
A little morning walk near where we were staying in Craig Cefn. I parked at the end of the housing on Mountain Road, Craig Cefn, and walked up the track which leads directly to the trigpoint. The actual summit is a little gorse bushy but I believe I got there. Some nice views over the valley. /Dmeltdiceburg22/10/2023
From track to the SE. HuMP summit.vegibagger05/01/2018
From near the Masons Arms, good track to access the hill, then easy route to trig and HPPeterD10/08/2017
Parked at the Masons Arms at 9am on a foggy morning. Up the road (starts a few yards downhill from the Masons Arms) which becomes a trtack and then cross country to the top. About 45 mins round trip.clivevilla23/05/2017
Parked across form Mason's Arms to NE then lane and track up until it gets rougher . If you get fairly close to power lines a path goes up the ridge directly to the trig.Mark Sims25/01/2017
Lovely sunny day, walked up from RSPB car park.Dugswell221/10/2016
I parked at the start of the paths to the SW. Its a longer way in but I wanted to grab a geocache on the way. Nice trig point. Land just to E may be a bit higher?Father Ted21/09/2016
Parked on minor rd at about SN682010 and followed rd parallel with the power lines which became a track leading to the summit.Chris Peart28/04/2016
A very wet walk up from YnystaweRamblingpaul25/12/2015
walk from Lliw resevoir up from Rhyd y pandy need to go around gorseunderhill20/09/2015
Car park to north, not all that obvious; look out for a slanting right cut-off past the pub and over the bridge, before the road goes uphill. Good paths to the summit from there.Colin Crawford30/06/2015
From RSPB car park, nice stroll apart from short road section.rhalstead06/04/2015
1/5 First of day easy hike up from below. Tracks all way impressive views for small hillFergalh07/02/2015
from Rhyd-y-pandy, track most of way.dicky31/05/2014
Parking to N at SN67980266, pull-in for a couple of cars by a water pumping station. Walking on good paths right to hill top, no need to cross any rough stuff. ***11 Nov 2018. Summit relocated, having reviewed my logs happy that I walked over this spot so no revisit needed.jonglew25/01/2014
park at nature reserve car park to north. along road and signed bridal path almost to the top. last 200 yards over rough stuff.arranc08/10/2013
Walked up from mynydd gelliwastad road using well defined bridleway and footpath. The plyons make a good navigation tool and their is a footpath right to the trig point. I got some slightly higher readings either side of the trig point on the open moorland, pleasant hill with easy access.hodder24/01/2013
Got a bit lost in Clydach but after that a plesant walk up from the north east.Rob Pen y Garn23/10/2012
Car park at NNE. Walked up road to the path which then turned into a track all the way to the trig. If anything around there is higher than the trig it certainly isn't by much.destaylor25/08/2012
Visited a couple of times. This was the first and I climbed up from the NE. Much easier from the NW.Dusty24/10/2007
pleasant summit & views. FP e.g., from Graig Felen to NNE RHW17/08/2003
Hetty14/12/2019
Kiltie17/05/2018
TREBORK18/06/2017
MM03/05/2017
GaryJones27/01/2017
asbown13/07/2016
carole engel19/05/2015
Campbell Singer31/01/2015
Alan Whatley06/09/2014
AndyS06/06/2014
gwynwilliams23/12/2013
chalky195304/10/2013
GordonAdshead22/08/2013
iaindbrown11/01/2013
Martin R30/10/2012
DARRENG12/10/2012
andrew brown12/10/2012
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