Name:Glanfeinion Hill [Craig y Paun]
Hill number:5626
Height:534.9m / 1755ft
Parent (Ma):2182  Pegwn Mawr
SMC/RHB Section:31B: Welshpool to Hay-on-Wye
County/UA:Powys
Topographical area:WM03 Pegwn-beacon
Catchment:Severn
Class:Subdodd
(s5)
Grid ref:SO 03342 84675
Summit feature:no feature
Drop:28.4m
Col:506.5m  SO 03043 83053  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 136
(1:25k) 214E
Observations:summits of other 530m ring contours were all found to be lower
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica 530
Survey of Glanfeinion Hill (Final).doc
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 24 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked at quarry at the road end SE of Llandinam for a circuit of Glanfeinon Hill, Yr Allt West Top and Bryn Gwyn.PGCE30/09/2023
Third hill of morning. Thunder. lightning and heavy rain. Unpleasant.Dusty07/11/2022
A long walk around the Pegwn Mawr ridge. Parked at the entrance to the Bronde-fawr forest (SO 047 767). Headed north visiting Brondre-fawr Hill, then following bridleways via Banc Du to the wood at Garn Fach. Headed up onto the main ridge and the wind farm at Galfeinion Hill, north along to the trig Yr Allt West Top. Back tracking to Glanfeinion Hill, and quickly along the wind farm tracks to the cairn and trig at Pegwn Mawr. Crossing rough country to Crugyn Llwyd and the tumulus at Domen-ddu. Back along the forest road, and across the valley via Brondre Fach and Brondre Fawr, finally up through the last forest to the car. Misty with drizzle on and off, so poor views. A total of 35km with nearly 900m ascent, taking 9h 30m.silveracorn_alan30/07/2022
Cycled across the ridge from Pegwn Mawr. Mists cleared, but still the din of turbines, descended down to Llandinambrandybordeaux27/12/2019
Garn Fach from NE, Bryn Dadlau junction, RoW then easy firebreak, HP in spruce plantation. Back N a little way, contoured then crossed Blue Lins Brook via bridleway (bridge), then good track to Glanfeinion and back to Bryn Dadlau. Windfarm (CeltPower) busy on a cold windy snowy day, and noisy - showing its age - a few bearings maybe needing attentionRHW15/12/2019
Parked by gate at end of road to the north and climbed Bryn Gwyn, Yr Allt West Top and Glanfeinion Hill. 7.1 miles round trip mostly on tracks. A little over 2 hours.clivevilla17/04/2017
Second of Seven (Rhos Fawr/Glen Feinion Hill/Y Foel/Craig y Paun/Y Allt West Top/Pen Craig Dugwm/Bryn Cwmyrh Iwdre/Pen Llyn Dwr)Fergalh26/11/2016
With Cabe from Bryn Dadlau.simon and co24/08/2014
Nice steady walk with the wife from car park at SO 047837heavyhorses30/09/2010
Rob5007/04/2023
Matt04/08/2022
Wycombe Wanderer18/01/2022
maknipe20/03/2015
Kendall17/01/2015
thenomad25/09/2013
stevent080915/07/2013
MM25/06/2013
Steve Q17/02/2013
Anton07/08/2011
DARRENG13/06/2011
TK06/03/2011
Moorponder28/07/2004
andrew.allum01/01/2000
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