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6. Dwyfor - Lon Goed168 views3/1/16. The rain has stopped. We are on our way back; close to Hidiart Lydan. Just over a mile left to go.
5. Dwyfor - Lon Goed122 views3/1/16. Another lunchtime group. Good sitting positions were hard to find.
4. Dwyfor - Lon Goed112 views3/1/16. Lunchtime or near the end of it. The leader has announced that there are just 3 minutes remaining.
3. Dwyfor - Lon Goed117 views3/1/16. Old railway employee's cottage alongside the rail track bed.
2. Dwyfor - Lon Goed111 views3/1/16. Approaching the dismantled railway track near Rhosgyll Bach having had an early coffee. Rain.
1. Dwyfor - Lon Goed147 views3/1/16. Ready for off at Afonwen the start of Lon Goed. Heavy rain caused the leader to choose the more sheltered walk.
7. Four Valleys (Cut down to two Valleys)113 views17/1/16. Finally we join the road above Hafod Oleu at turn down to walk through the fields to Bryn-y-Pistyll and then back to the starting point, the Snowdonia Tavern car park.
6.Four Valleys (Cut down to two Valleys)104 views17/1/16. Down towards the outskirts of Llanberis. We have been this way before.
5.Four Valleys (Cut down to two Valleys)106 views17/1/16. Mid morning break near pen-y-Bwlch. A seat for everyone.
4.Four Valleys (Cut down to two Valleys)103 views17/1/16. Coming up to our mid morning tea/coffee break. Elidir Fach and Elidir Fawr in the background..
3.Four Valleys (Cut down to two Valleys)116 views17/1/16. On top of Cefn-du. 441 metres ( 1447ft). The peaks of Elidir Fach, Elidir Fawr & Y Garn across the valley at Nant Peris.
2.Four Valleys (Cut down to two Valleys)114 views17/1/16. Closing on Caef-du. Braich Moel Smytho in the background. Photo: Dafydd H Williams.
1.Four Valleys (Cut down to two Valleys)105 views17/1/16. Walking up from Bryn-y-Pistyll, through the fields close to Hafod Oleu on our way to our first summit, Cefn-du.
4.Llangybi138 views21/1/16. While walking on the tarmac everything is fine. Photo: Dafydd H Williams.
3.Llangybi132 views21/1/16. The leader did attempt to keep off the dreadfully muddy paths by walking on the tarmac from time to time. Everyone looks happy. Photo: Dafydd H Williams.
2.Llangybi138 views21/1/16. At the entrance of Glasfryn Estate house. Photo: Dafydd H Williams.
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