Name:Abercothi Hill
Hill number:15565
Height:68m / 223ft
Section:31C: South-West Wales
Classification:Tu,0
Drop:32m
Col:36m  SN518218  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2166207/01/2018SN 50646 20930  F: Pasture just NE of comms tower
O: Fairly level summit area, much the same NE of here for a few m, waypointed HP possibly modified by comms construction but natural I think
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 5 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parking for one car roadside to the west. Up through sheep pastures. One awkward bwf. Otherwise no problems.Campbell Singer30/11/2023
I went up from the south and it is indeed brambly until you pop out into the pasture. I descended down the pasture but it is difficult to get out of the field. I had to climb a bwf covered in brambles into the grounds of the big house.clivevilla28/03/2022
From S, bracken n bramble would be bad in summer. Pasture hp just NE of comms tower. Down NW then SW to gateRHW07/01/2018
Pasture summit close to mast.Adrian17/03/2016
Second visit as on first occasion could not find route to top from south or south east. Early morning in darkness from field adjacent to entrance to Abercothi House. One hedge then easy access to top. Walked length of ridge/field and then retraced steps.Dusty01/03/2015