Name:Banc Lletty Ifan Hen
Hill number:15049
Height:389m / 1276ft
Section:31A: Aberystwyth to Welshpool
Col:339m  SN715847  

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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
-2377830/11/2013SN 71851 85147  F: no feature: ground in pinesRHW
289430/11/2013SN 71851 85147  F: Scots pinesRHW

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What a name! No feature on ridge of brash. Small saplings planted. Good time to be here. From track to east over brash, short distance having followed tracks from carpark to south west . Breezy sun. Onto hump/ trig- Banc y Garn.Denise 26/02/2024
Across the brash and stumps from forest track to SE. Levelish summit ridge of brash. Bilberry and bramble area with twisted remains of pines at high point. Good views.RichardM26/02/2024
From the east. Forest now felled. Brash all over but easy enough to climb to the few trees left on the summit.Moorponder24/06/2022
Parked by junction to SE. Banc y Garn then Banc Lletty Ifan Hen: easily up through mature trees from track to E.PGCE08/02/2021
Banc y Garn and Banc Llety Ifan Hen from the car park at 710838.clivevilla20/07/2020
Used car park then walked on good tracks , from forest road on E side of the hill there is a small path up to the top, though passes a bit south of the actual summit.Adrian14/10/2019
A very odd little top characterised by dead, moss-covered trees, and collapsed foliage. It is reminiscent of one of those apocalypse films whereby you could almost be the last person alive. Quite eerie.thenomad21/12/2017