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TP2366 - Colva Hill
17th May 2011 10:30 by dugswell2
Parked at cross roads near Bwlch, then via good tracks to flattish summit area north of trig. Cloudy but dry so far this am.
10th Aug 2008 11:30 by peregrinus
Deep cracks, surface crazed, 2 smallish chunks missing. I would call this Damaged but its a grey area. Metal cap, deep letters. My penultimate Welsh Trig Pillar (see Red Hill). Blustery day, nice views.
10th Aug 2008 11:30 by Father Ted
Worked up an appitite for lunch by joining S-N and other esteemed walkers and triggers up to this trig. The nearest nutalls were just visible through the low cloud to the north.
10th Aug 2008 10:35 by Pyoung1s
2nd May 2007 12:25 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Damage to this pillar is no worse than 2 years ago.
Colva Hill trig pillar looking west Worth walking from Kington over Hergest Ridge on route via Gladestry. Fabulous sunny day©email@example.com
11th Apr 2007 13:00 by jack68331
1st Jan 2007 12:10 by Rhayader_wanderer
Continued on from Gwaunceste. Initial going is rough but there is a track that drops down to the N of the triple stream that takes alot of the effort out. Then it is just tracks all the way some unmarked on the map to the top. Return on a number of different bridleways with at least three route options to near the forest inn just before the heavy showers set in. Some damage to the top and small lumps out of one side with high level cracks all over the place. Nothing serious enough to warrent the next step down the chain though
20th Oct 2005 13:45 by Glaslyn
Evidence of cracking on pillar.Views well worth the effort of walk in,with Radnor and the Beacons amongst the best points.Combined with Gwaunceste Hill a lovely circular walk from the Pool SW of Fforest Inn.
20th Oct 2005 11:43 by firstname.lastname@example.org
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21st Dec 2002 13:00 by Crwydryn
Concrete square, intact but crumbling
14th Feb 1999 11:51 by arranc
20th Apr 1996 00:00 by mickandshane
Quite badly cracked. Plug with heavily indented lettering.
4th Dec 1989 13:56 by fasgadh
Been here a few times, a fine moor that makes a good day out with Gwaunceste Hill.