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2.Trawsfynydd - Rhaeadr Du56 views6/8/20. Rhaeadr Du in full spate. Photo: Dafydd Williams.
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1.Trawsfynydd - Rhaeadr Du59 views6/8/20. Setting off from the cafe on the shores of Lake Trawsfynydd. Photo: Dafydd Williams.
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4.Trefor circuit16 views16/09/21. Two members wanting a bit of peace and quiet. Photo: Megan Mentzoni
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3.Trefor circuit16 views16/9/21. Lunch on the beach. Photo: Megan Mentzoni
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2.Trefor circuit15 views16/9/21 Looking south west from the harbour with the Rivals in the background. Photo: Gwynfor Jones.
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1.Trefor circuit18 views16/9/21. Ready for off from the carpark above the harbour in Trefor. Photo: Gwynfor Jones.
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6.Bethania-Llyn Dinas-Craflwyn144 views1/7/18. somewhere close to Craflwyn hall. The seat has been carved out of wood.
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5.Bethania-Llyn Dinas-Craflwyn110 views1/7/18. A bridge crossing near Craflwyn Hall with the group that went up Dinas Emrys and back.
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4.Bethania-Llyn Dinas-Craflwyn115 views1/7/18. A very comfortable morning coffee site near the disused mines at Cwm y Bleiddiaid. Photo: Dafydd Williams.
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3.Bethania-Llyn Dinas-Craflwyn99 views1/7/18. Heading West near Bylchau Terfyn.
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2.Bethania-Llyn Dinas-Craflwyn101 views1/7/18. On our way up the Watkin Path. (Apologies-the 4 photographs, (2,3,5,6), are at very low resolution.
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1.Bethania-Llyn Dinas-Craflwyn117 views1/7/18. Setting off from the lay-by at Bethania. The cafe is unfortunately closed due to water mains problems. Photo: Dafydd Williams.
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4.Moel y Ci66 views28/7/19.Close to Tai-isaf.
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3.Moel y Ci59 views28/7/19. Close to Tai-isaf not far from our starting point and the end of the walk.
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2.Moel y Ci62 views28/7/19. The Trig Point on Moel-y-Ci. not actually on the highest point of Moel-y-Ci. Some struggled to make the last couple of yards. Still very damp.
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1.Moel y Ci63 views28/7/19. Starting out from Rhyd-y-Groes. The weather is a bit drizzly.
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