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Coetgae Isaf

This 450m hill features a trig point and the foundation remains of a lookout tower that is still marked on OS maps. There are a few good spots…

The Begwyns

A family-friendly short walk of this 415m Powys hill offering spectacular views South over the whole Brecon Beacons range. You can drive up the country lane and there…

Mynydd Pen-y-graig

Mynydd Pen-y-graig is a 416m hill in Rhondda Cynon Taff, topped by a trig point and offering good 360 degree views from the summit. There is a small…

Moel y Hyrddod

This is a┬ánice circular walk up to the trig point of this 493m Neath Port Talbot hill. There are lots of places to park in Glyncorrwg and you…

Mynydd Ynyscorrwg

Mynydd Ynyscorrwg is a 502m hill in Neath Port Talbot. The highest point is not marked and is simply a dense patch of woodland. There are some views…

Mynydd Blaengwynfi

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…

Reflections on the first 150 (ish…)

When I decided, towards the end of the second lockdown, to see if I could walk a mountain from home I had no idea I would, just 7…

Mynydd Tynewydd [Mynydd Ystradffernol]

This is a pretty straightfoward walk until the last section, which involves a boggy track with plenty of flowing water after heavy rain, one fallen tree to skirt…

Hirwaun Common

Parking at a popular viewpoint you can reach this 515m Rhondda Cynon Taff hill with minimal ascent and effort, but the views from the off would be worth…