Hirfynydd is a hill in Neath Port Talbot county, South Wales. A UK-listed Marilyn, it stands at 1,579 feet (481 m). Sarn Helen, a Roman road, runs along its entire northeast–southwest ridge. The ancient route is now a byway. To its west is Cwm Dulais and to its southeast is the Vale of Neath. The northern end of the ridge falls away to a broad upland vale containing the Afon Pyrddin and the Brecon Beacons beyond.
November 18, 2020
When you go in search of the trig point it's just off the Sarn Helen in amongst a small group of trees. Look carefully and you e will see a path leading to it.
March 21, 2021
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