Name:Coed Cae Aberaman
Hill number:15623
Height:436m / 1430ft
Parent (Ma):2288  Craig y Llyn
SMC/RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
County/UA:Rhondda Cynon Taff
Topographical area:WS02 Fanfawr-fynyddau
Catchment:Taff
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:ST 01730 98717
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:47m
Col:389m  ST015978  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 170
(1:25k) 166E
Observations:summit is on edge of trees
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 20 users)ByDate of Ascent
Summit areas has been felled and is covered with brash. Good wander around with Abney to conclude that HB GR is correct. This is actually quite close to the track. Good views under grey skies with an emerging patch of blue. from Pencraig Abercwmboi and onto carn y Pigwyn.Denise 08/01/2023
Paths and tracks from Pen Craig Abercwmboi. Summit now clear felled. Rise at ST01831, 98612 only just lower. After a wet start to the day, clouds breaking providing periods of bright sunshine.RichardM08/01/2023
Cracking 8 mile run loop from Cwmaman Summit Bags and Gladrags :-)milejunkie09/12/2022
Parked at 02696 95727 and did a circuit of Tylorstown Tip, Cefn Gwyngul, Coed Cae Aberaman and Pan Craig Abercwmboi. Just under nine miles almost all on forestry tracks. Coed Cae Aberaman has changed from the photo as there has been more felling. In fact it was continuing today but I managed to get round the back.clivevilla22/11/2022
Should have gone from Llanwynno but made things hard for myself. Used bike to good effect. Pub at Llanwynno , the Brynffynon, very interesting with good menu.Campbell Singer30/08/2019
Circular walk from Llanwonno. Mainly good forest tracks/paths. Lots of felling/burning/new planting in area. Ddu Allt, Pen Craig Abercwmboi, Coed Cae Aberaman, Cefn Gwyngul & Tylorstown Tip.Arbie03/05/2019
From Cefn Gwyngul along forest tracks. HP just off main track up a faint trackPeterD22/04/2019
Walk from Fernhill following Forest tracks.Ramblingpaul07/07/2017
Solo walk from Cwmbach station on Bank Holiday in grotty weather, mist and mizzle. Much of the forestry to the east and west of the summit ridge has been felled, the summit itself is still in the trees. From here headed off to find the cairns to the east.thesweetcheat29/05/2017
From Pen Craig Abercwmboi after parking at 04349752. HP 35m into conifer plantation, E side graded forest access road. On to Cefn Gwyngul.jonglew18/01/2017
Circular walk starting from Abercwmboi.amarillo-oro-como02/06/2016
1/7 Hard to find with lots of forestry work and marked and unmarked tracks.Fergalh14/03/2015
ST01725 98740Anton01/09/2012
this is one for the forestry commission and was tough going at the time of summiting.hodder30/01/2008
steep heather bank W side of forest road, summit just inside dense spruce. from 043975, parking, RoW into forest, mapped & unmapped paths & tracks link the two 400s RHW17/03/2006
Steve Q03/02/2017
MM22/03/2016
Dusty08/03/2016
underhill19/07/2015
andrew.allum01/01/2000