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Jan-Jun17


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226 files, last one added on Jun 30, 2017
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Jul-Dec17


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175 files, last one added on Jan 03, 2018
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Jan-Jun18


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213 files, last one added on Jul 09, 2018
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Jul-Dec18


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143 files, last one added on Jan 03, 2019
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Jan-Jun19


LlandonnaDW356.jpg

169 files, last one added on Jul 07, 2019
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Jul-Dec19


MoelYGest054.jpg

148 files, last one added on Jan 04, 2020
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Jan-Jun20


River-Dwyfor-Bluebells-etc-Fred-001.jpg

73 files, last one added on Aug 31, 2020
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Jul-Dec20


NantlleRidge007.jpg

53 files, last one added on Sep 28, 2020
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2.Winter Dinner - Pwllheli Golf Club.82 views15/1/15. Photo: Ann White.
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1.Mynydd Nodol.85 viewsReady at the start. The western end of Llyn Celyn. Cars driven to the dam end of our linear walk.
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1.Coast to Coast98 views9/6/15. The before picture, taken at the start of Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk on the beach front at St Bees, Cumbria. Just 190 miles to go.
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4.Moel Hebog, Moel yr Orgof, Moel Lefn.70 views4th September 2011. Half way down the Meol Hebog decent with Moel yr Orgof ahead.
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1.Tonfanau71 views17/03/13. Opposite Tonfanau station. Ready for off.
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1.Tyrrau Mawr (A walkers) & Pared y Cefn hir (B walkers) 45 views12/8/18. Both A and B walkers ready for off from the Llunnau Creennan car park.
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7.Trawsfynydd -Tomen y Mur47 views14/3/19. A lovely view from the top of Tomen y Mur. Photo: Judith Thomas.
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2.Ian's 80th birthday celebration walk54 views29/6/17. All smiles despite the rain as we make our way to Beddgelert. Photo: Dafydd Williams.

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4.Criccieth - Rhoslan2 views27/9/20. At Tyddyn Crythor where a new clock has been installed. Photo: Dafydd Williams.Sep 28, 2020
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3.Criccieth - Rhoslan2 views27/9/20. The joys of walking. Photo: Dafydd Williams.Sep 28, 2020
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2.Criccieth - Rhoslan2 views27/9/20. At the Rhoslan gromlech. A megalithic according to the dictionary. Photo: Dafydd Williams.Sep 28, 2020
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1.Criccieth - Rhoslan3 views27/9/20. In the surgery car park, Criccieth prior to the start and the leader's stern lecture on the Covid-19 prevention measures. Photo: Dafydd Williams.Sep 28, 2020
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7.Nantlle Ridge - Cwm Silyn - Tal-y-Mignedd2 views27/8/20. Making our way down the NNW ridge of Mynydd Tal-y-Mignedd, overlooking the quarries at Talsarn and the west entrance to the Menai Strait.Sep 28, 2020
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6.Nantlle Ridge - Cwm Silyn - Tal-y-Mignedd2 views27/8/20. Finally lunch at the foot of the Jubilee Monument Obelisk at the top of Mynydd Tal-y-Mignedd. The weather could not have been better.Sep 28, 2020
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5.Nantlle Ridge - Cwm Silyn - Tal-y-Mignedd2 views27/8/20. A well deserved rest at the top of a very steep ascent from Bwlch Dros-bern.Sep 28, 2020
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3.Nantlle Ridge - Cwm Silyn - Tal-y-Mignedd2 views27/8/20. The mid morning stop at the top of Craig Cwm Silyn at just over 2400ft.Sep 28, 2020