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Neath to Chepstow Area
Place count in area: 67,  
Highest place: Craig y Llyn, 600m
Maximum height for area: 600 metres,     Maximum prominence for area: 392 metres,

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Twmbarlwm Hill

Height: 419m OS 1:50k Mapsheet: 171 Grid Reference: ST24200 92600
Place visited by 1 members. Recently by: Fergalh
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Longitude: -3.096455, Latitude: 51.627092 , Easting: 324200, Northing: 192600 Prominence: 47m,  Isolation: 3.2km ,   GPS IDs, 6 char: Twmbrl, 10 char: Twmbarlwm
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New car park .. by group   (Show all for Twmbarlwm ) Picture about mountain Twmbarlwm  in area Neath to Chepstow, Ireland
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Not an easy hill to pronounce known to locals as The Tump
by Fergalh  27 Oct 2020
Parked at the village of Risca, a popular climb from below (known to locals as The Tump), although since I climbed there is a new car park in the forest higher up! Worth every second with a nice pull on the way up. Great views through the trees. Follow track and when at the brow of the hill turn east to the obvious summit with trig pillar...and don't miss the ancient ring fort! Linkback:
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