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Mynydd Meio

Mynydd Meio can be walked from many different directions and could make a nice loop with Cefn Eglwysilan and Mynydd Eglwysilan – taking in some of the Rhymney…

Penhow

A short woodland walk up to the top of 194m high Penhow hill near Rudry. Parking is in a dedicated carpark complete with picnic benches and footpaths /…

Craig Llysfaen

Craig Llysfaen is a 264m high hill in South Wales, just above Cardiff. This walk takes you from a quiet woodland carpark up through wide tracks and forestry…

Pen Castell y Van

The smallest hill on the list for Caerphilly at just 140m in height. Whilst the map indicates that the top is on private land, I was surprised to…

Mynydd Rudry

A nice little walk this if you park in the car park above, it will take you less than 10 minutes to get to the top of Mynydd…

Pen-rhiw Tip

I walked Pen-rhiw Tip along with Mynydd Machen as they are so close together it made no sense to do them in two separate walks. Starting out from…

Mynydd Machen

Mynydd Machen, at 362m, is one of the most Southern hills in South Wales above 350m – with most hills below Mynydd Machen not reaching 300m. This walk…

Foel Fraith

At 602m Foel Fraith does not qualify as a mountain, but is part of the Black Mountain range in the West of the Brecon Beacons range. If you…

Mynydd Twyn-glas

Mynydd Twyn-glas is a 472m high hill in South Wales, between Cwmbran and Newbridge / Crumlin. It is the highest hill in Caerphilly, but not the highest point…

Fan Foel

Despite being 781m Fan Foel is not a mountain – it is a subsidiary peak of nearby Fan Brycheiniog (802m) – but, as Fan Brycheiniog is classed as…