Mynydd Blaengwynfi is a 528m hill in Neath Port Talbot. There are a couple of places to park here, at the entrance to the forest track and a bit further up.

Mynydd Blaengwynfi
The wide forest track that leads you towards the trig point. | Pentax K 28mm f3.5 @ f8.

The walk is easy and largely on wide gravel roads built for logging and to access the windfarm. The trig point is easy to find, located in a small clearing just off the track.

Mynydd Blaengwynfi
You only really get the occasional glimpse past the treeline. | Pentax K 28mm f3.5 @ f8.

Views throughout are disappointing, although you do get some views North for one part of the walk, but this is just past this hill when walking towards the next. Apart from from a few small sections the forest obscures views, but also shields you from the elements for a peaceful walk. Expect to see dog walkers and cyclists, but they thin out the further away from the road you get.

Mynydd Blaengwynfi
The trig point. | Pentax K 28mm f3.5 @ f8.

Not a hill I can see myself visiting again.

Mynydd Blaengwynfi
The trig point. | Pentax K 28mm f3.5 @ f8.
Mynydd Blaengwynfi
The trig point. | Pentax K 28mm f3.5 @ f8.