Name:Pen Coed Rhedyn
Hill number:15899
Height:81m / 266ft
Parent (Ma):2298  Wentwood
SMC/RHB Section:32C: Neath to Chepstow
Topographical area:WS04 Waunfach-black
Catchment:Usk, Catchment Boundaries
Class:Tump (0-99m)
Grid ref:ST363893 (est)
Col:34m  ST360896  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 171
(1:25k) 152
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Faint path starts at ST 36019 89250. Turn right at ST 360059 89256, dip under a fallen tree, and trust that the path will eventually turn up and then back on itself.Path not as faint as anticipated.Martin R11/11/2023
Parked in housing estate to W. Up through woods near factory. Visited ground near buried water tank, top of buried water tank, and ground closer to masts.PGCE07/11/2023
From A48 roundabout. Just before factory gatrhouse take faint track on right following factory boundary before heading up hill. Not a fequented path very faint in partscjo09/04/2023
Grassy field to E of copse; copse also possible . Nera mobile phone aerials. Grey days for a circuit of Newport Tumps. Ascended from E over grassy field; descended via faint and winding path in woods- which exits just before estate entrance lodge on A48Denise 24/01/2022
From lane to E up fields of pasture with sheep to the summit area. High point feels to be on fence line next to small covered water tank. Down SW through the forest arriving on the factory access road immediately opposite the large SPTS sign.RichardM24/01/2022
From minor road to the east. Easy walk across a couple of fields although there were some slightly frisky cattle with calves.clivevilla15/08/2019
From the A48 Ringland roundabout, along the factory access road, then up an ill-defined path to the right c. 10 metres before the entrance gates, which runs past the pylon, then south along the west side of the hill, east up the slope to the woodland edge and then north inside the wood to the highest natural point just inside the wood by the first of the two masts.Mariana Trench15/12/2017
From church. Couldn't find path by sec barrier. Too overgrown.ngthack22/07/2017
As others from factory road, once on ridge followed faint path that passed near orange marks on trees, which led to Comms tower. Mound near Comms tower is man made.PeterD19/02/2017
As per jonglewarranc11/01/2017
Pasture edge by comms mast, ST 36397 89348. Mound housing water tank 2ft higher but man made. From sw as others, path starts c30m from barrierRHW16/10/2016
Parked on Howe Circle. Found path just prior to factory security barrier - not easy to spot as vegetation high this time of year. Up through woodland, sometimes following a track, often not. Broke out into field of barley and followed field bdy to mast. HP seemed to be a small mound immediately to E of the southmost of 3 comms masts.jonglew23/06/2016
Went up from factory road to west. Found no path and stumbled up through thick undergrowth to field edge and on to summit at mast. Stumbled down again by slightly different route equally overgrown.Campbell Singer18/05/2016
Parked at small church to east. Church has cut mark. Easy route with just a couple of gates.Dusty28/02/2016
A48 use factory road, just before security gates there is path on RHS which goes up to the ridge. HP close to mast and small reservoir.Adrian18/10/2015
Short climb from A48 through wood to ridge.Ramblingpaul08/02/2015
Easy access through fields from the EastTony J05/11/2014
andrew brown07/12/2020