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Garn Ddu

Garn Ddu is a 462m hill in the Brecon Beacons, offering good views of the Pen y Fan horseshoe walk and wide views South. You park at a…

Cefn Cil-Sanws

Cefn Cil-Sanws is a 461m hill above Merthyr Tydfil and below the Brecon Beacons horseshoe walk. I walked this along with Garn Ddu following the route above and…

Graig Syfyrddin [Edmund’s Tump]

Graig Syfyrddin [Edmund’s Tump] is a 423m hill in Monmouthshire. As a fairly isolated hill it offers great views in every direction of open countryside. The walk is…

Ysgyryd Fach

Ysgyryd Fach is a 271m hill in Monmouthshire, just outside of Abergavenny. In English it is ‘Little Skirrid’, as it is smaller than the nearby Skirrid (Ysgyryd Fawr)….

Mynydd Aberdare

Mynydd Aberdare is a 457m hill above Aberdare and Merthyr Tydfil. It offers some of the best views of the Brecon Beacons I have found so far from…

Mynydd Gethin

Mynydd Gethin is a 491m hill above Abercanaid to the East and Cwmbach to the West. It is also home to Bike Park Wales, a huge operation that…

Twyn Brynbychan

Twyn Brynbychan is a 411m hill above Mountain Ash that offers great views in every direction, and one of the best short-ish ridgeway walks I have done. The…

Twr Pen-cyrn [Mynydd Llangatwg]

Twr Pen-cyrn [Mynydd Llangatwg] is a 529m hill above Llangattock. It is topped by two large cairns and a trig point and has fantastic views in every direction….

Buckland Hill

Buckland Hill is a 316m hill near Llangynidr that is part open fields and part heavily wooded. Sadly the trig point is in the heavily wooded area and…