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TP2322 - Coed Cefn
10th Dec 2012 14:01 by Funk to Funky
A surprisingle pleasant spot in the winter sun with views to the Black Mountains. Didn't think I should hang around on the bench as it's not a footpath - but I can see why they put it there.
A bit hidden! ©Funk to Funky
2nd Dec 2012 12:10 by jonglew
Easy acces from a farm gate at side of the road, the trig is a few meters inside the field. Parking easy across the road. Pillar is getting overgrown with small thorn trees growing immediately next to it making clearing the undergrowth difficult (note to self - put some secateurs in my pack). Pillar is in good condition, original metal plug present. Some views, but nothing too interesting.
15th Nov 2012 12:07 by THE CYCLIST
An easy hop over gate and found among undergrowth at edge of field. A diversion off my route from Worcester to Cardiff en route to visit friends in Llanelli.
11th Mar 2012 13:30 by Father Ted
Bench still there. Felt a bit exposed with the house nearby but had no trouble.
25th Jan 2012 13:45 by arranc
rusty bench cleared back thorn tree and ivy
21st Mar 2011 11:32 by wrose
Almost a roadside pillar. Parked at road junction and entered field (with chickens) to reach pillar. In good condition with original plug. An unremarkable location but pillar survives.
8th Oct 2010 09:00 by the trekbuddies
logged a visit whilst on our 23 counties geocacjing tour
9th May 2010 14:15 by russie and sidekick
16th Feb 2009 11:10 by Dusty
8th Feb 2009 15:15 by Stevie Boy
Easy bag on my way back from revisiting the fabulous snow covered Sugar Loaf.Park in layby opposite easy gate.There was a large snowman by gate & there's a park bench next to the trig. Some ivy growing on one side.Nice views north but visibility affected by it snowing today.
22nd Jun 2008 12:59 by Al & Tracy Smith
Parking close by and then just a hope over the gate to the trig and loverly views. For some reason somebody had painted faces on a number of tree trunk slices, a couple of which had been placed on top of the trig.
13th May 2008 09:00 by ocean soul
Easy parking and easy access over 1 gate.
20th Oct 2007 13:00 by bluebeard
nice parking, nice gate, nice TP
8th Jul 2007 14:00 by SidAndBob
Fantastic views of many of my favorite mountains to the west and north west. It's certainly easy to point out a few trigs from here. Access couldn't be easier.
21st Feb 2007 12:00 by iainmac
21st May 2006 15:45 by rad
Easy to find with easy access. Good view.
21st May 2006 15:45 by r.j.ogle
4th Mar 2006 14:05 by mickandshane
Easy access. Plug with heavily indented letering.
27th Feb 2006 16:10 by Rhayader_wanderer
Getting easier, layby opposite gate that opens up trig under 50m away with good views to the NW
13th Nov 2005 13:28 by Glaslyn
Easy find,lovely views to Sugar Loaf,access no problem.
12th Jun 2004 15:15 by desperate dan
Pleasant enough rural Monmouthshire - not exactly a spectacular summit though.
9th Nov 2003 12:00 by peregrinus
vgc; metal cap deep letters; in mdw a few m NE of gateway
22nd May 1981 00:00 by RogerTempleman