Cribyn 795m [Mountain]
51.881803, -3.41955 [UK]
Worldwide: 273rd= [all time] 221st= [last year] N/A [last month]
Country: 273rd= [all time] 221st= [last year] N/A [last month]
Source: Database of British and Irish Hills v14
HuMP, Hewitt, Nuttall
Last Bagged on 25th Aug 2019 1:40pm by backpackartist
First Bagged on 17th Mar 2010 1:24pm by offasdyke4ms
Maps to Cribyn
15th Aug 2015
A hike that includes the three main peaks of the Brecon Beacons could arguably claim to be the finest walk in South Wales. A steady ascent of Cribyn is followed by an airy walk along the ridge via a col to Pen y Fan the highest point in Britain south of Snowdon. Then a short hop along the top to Corn Du and return down the dramatic slopes of Pen y Fan.
Beacons: 544 | Distance: 13.2 km | Height Gain: 918 m
Top Baggers of Cribyn
Overseas Traveller, Would-be Mountaineer, Skier, Hiker & Occasional Idiotic Adventurer.
A social hiker (off-road pub crawler?!) that enjoys taking pictures of the places I've been. @martin_free on Twitter
Backpacker and Outdoors Blogger at http://backpackartist.com. Abstract landscape artist at http://matthewkingarts.com. Usually spotted lurking around the Lakes, Wales, Dartmoor the South East, and on the TGO Challenge.
Outdoor enthusiast, walker, backpacker, scrambler, peak bagger, TGO Challenger. Yorkshireman, exiled in the south, who escapes to the mountains very frequently. I'm not mad, I'm ambitious.