This is a short walk, offering limited parking for 1 or maybe 2 cars close to the hill top. The hill has a trig point – buried in the hedge when I visited in summer – a memorial patch of trees and the Decoy Bunker. The memorial – ‘Graigwith Beeches’ – is a patch of trees planted in memory of Richard Stratton Laybourne, 7-5-1914 -to 31-1-1938 who was a pilot who died shortly before WWII. The highest point of the hill is around this spot.
The Decoy Bunker is from WWII and has been renovated to a place you can stay, with great views over Newport and the Severn. There is a information sign detailing lots about the bunker and it is well worth a visit.
The hilltop offers good views in every direction, with the Severn prominent and also I think views over to Wentwood in the East. Looking West you see Twmbarlwm, Mynydd Machen and Mynydd Twyn-Glas and other smaller hills.
The trig point is buried right next to the hedge, but wouldn’t offer much of a photo even if you stripped the vegetation back due to the hedgerow.
A good little walk taking in a few interesting things in about 1 mile of walking. Recommended, especially if you happen to be visiting the nearby Grange hospital.