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6. Dyffryn Maentwrog17 views19/11/23. Close to the end of the walk. A small reservoir with no name. Very tranquil.
5. Dyffryn Maentwrog17 views19/11/23. Making good progress along from the Ffestiniog Railway Plas Halt.
4. Dyffryn Maentwrog17 views19/11/23. Not the weather one wants when settling down for a panad, but any port in a storm. This was the worst of the weather that we had on the walk.
3. Dyffryn Maentwrog17 views19/11/23. Crossing Afon Coed Cae Fali. There is a long, high curved Ffestiniog Railway viaduct out of the picture on right of the path.
2. Dyffryn Maentwrog17 views19/11/23. A stiff climb up from the layby through Coed Cae Fali.
1. Dyffryn Maentwrog18 views19/11/23. Starting off from the layby at Coed Cae Fali. Umbrellas are optional.
2.Basic First Aid Course - Efailnewydd Chapel Vestry17 views22/11/23. A demonstration of bandaging by the instructor. Liberal amounts of saws coch were used to add a bit of realism.
1.Basic First Aid Course - Efailnewydd Chapel Vestry18 views22/11/23. The nine of the ten club members with the Medi-Tec instructor (fourth lady from the left on the front row) at the end of the training session.
6.Cwmystradllyn23 views23/11/23. Making our way through a bit of woodland before coming out of on the road towards the lake. Just 0.3miles to go.
5.Cwmystradllyn20 views23/11/23. A visit to the disused slate mill in Cwmystradllyn before we head back to the west side of the lake.
4.Cwmystradllyn17 views23/11/23. A sharp turn eastwards close to Cefn-coch-isaf and very close to a herd of Welsh Black cattle. We passed the large bull on the left without comment!?
3.Cwmystradllyn20 views23/11/23. Close to the farm maes-y-llech. Now traveling westwards towards Meinir hirion (stone) with Moel-ddu behind us.
2.Cwmystradllyn18 views23/11/23. Just beyond the dam wall a short wait to get everybody over the style. The slopes of Moel-ddu are behind us.
1.Cwmystradllyn20 views23/11/23. Starting off from the car park at Llyn Cwmystradllyn. the reservoir is behind us and in the background in the clouds on the left Moel Hebog.
7.Aber Ogwen-Porth Penrhyn-Moel y Ci16 views3/12/23. emerging from the long well lit tunnel on the path just east of Tregarth and crossing the bridge across Afon Ogwen.
6.Aber Ogwen-Porth Penrhyn-Moel y Ci14 views3/12/23. Preparing ourselves for lunch at Moel-y-Ci. with permission of the café owners. Who in their right mind would eat outside on a cold damp afternoon!
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