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7.Llanuwchllyn54 views28/1/18. Arriving at Llwyn-Gwern farm. No cattle this time.
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6.Llanuwchllyn50 views28/1/18. A rockfall of gigantic rocks which had detached from Creigiau Llwyn-gwern above.
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5.Llanuwchllyn49 views28/1/18. On our way back towards Llanuwchllyn. We have just crossed Afon Dyfrdwy with the slopes of Penmaen in the background.
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4.Llanuwchllyn48 views28/1/18. Making our way up from the main road on a path which has lain forgotten for years.
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3.Llanuwchllyn56 views28/1/18. Morning coffee break close to the Roman Camp, of which we could see nothing. Photo: Dafydd Williams.
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2.Llanuwchllyn48 views28/1/18. A tree across the path is soon raised out of the way by one of the club's stronger members.
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1.Llanuwchllyn51 views28/1/18. Close to the start near Cefn-Gwyn.
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6.Diffwys South102 views16/7/17. The end almost in sight as we walk down the Braich straight back to the car park at Banc y Fran, Photo: Judith Thomas.
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5.Diffwys South98 views16/7/17. A long stready descent along the westerly ridge from Diffwys.
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3.Diffwys South59 views16/7/17. On our way up Diffwys. The path seemed to be following streams most of the time.
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4.Diffwys South56 views16/7/17. Lunchtime on the windy (North) side of the wall at the Diffwys summit to keep the midges away and to cool off. Photo: Judith Thomas.
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2.Diffwys South53 views16/7/17. Crossing a stone foot bridge in Cwm Llechen. There is a lot of water around.
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1.Yr Eifl - Tre'r Ceiri49 views16/8/20. Just before the end of the walk, just above the Mount Pleasant Car Park.
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1.Diffwys South58 views16/7/17. Starting off from the car park close to Banc-y-Fran with the Rhinog range behind us.
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7.Llyn Crafnant & Geirionydd69 views15/2/15. We have just emerged from a bog to find a newly surfaced path. We're nearly home. Clogwyn Mawr on the right and a misty Creigiau'r Gelli on the left the background.
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6.Llyn Crafnant & Geirionydd67 views15/2/15. Llyn Bychan an aptly named small lake. The rather attractive 390m high hill in the background has no name at all.
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