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Craig y Saeson

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…

Woodhill

Parking in a housing estate in Tongwynlais puts you right at the bottom of a well-walked footpath that takes you into the summit field. At this point you…

Twyn Crugyrafan [Graig Fawr]

A Rhondda Cynon Taff and Neath Port Talbot hill, Twyn Crugyrafan is 559m high but is easily accessible with minimal ascent from the road that snakes over the…

Garth Wood

Parking at the edge of a housing estate there are many paths up through the woodland to the summit, although the summit doesn’t have a clear high point….

Werfa [Mynydd Llangeinwyr]

At 568m this is the highest hill in Bridgend, but, due to its location, it is very accessible with a gentle walk and minimal ascent. Parking is at…

Mynydd Caerau

Mynydd Caerau is the second highest hill in Bridgend at 555m and it offers great views down to the distant sea and is accessible via a gentle walk…

Mynydd Ton

An easy walk this one, parking is at a popular viewing point (complete with ice cream van) and as you’re already fairly high up there is 338ft of…

Sugar Loaf

One of most famous hills in Wales, the Sugar Loaf is distinctive enough to be visible from miles around and combines good height (596m) with easy access to…

Bryn Arw

Bryn Arw has two points, the old high point is South and 381m, but the highest point is now the most Northern point and is 385m. There is…