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Cwm Henog Wednesday Walk

After early morning rain nine walkers on the Wednesday group set out from the Neuadd to walk the 10.5 miles route up to the top of Cwm Henog (highest point in the area) and then on to Pen Y Bont Dingle, rocky road, below Garn Dawd, and then down the road to Kilsby. On the way back we passed Gelynos graveyard and Lofftwen. We were blessed with bright sunshine for a perfect winter's day walk.

Photographs by David Marshall

Walkers on a hillside above Llanwrtyd Wells
Shedding gear after early morning rain

Hillsides covered in forestry in Wales
Looking back down the valley from Cwm Henog

Walkers on a forestry track near Abergwesyn in Wales
Walking down the forestry track with the Irfon valley below.

Walkers in a pine forest in Wales
Walking up Pen y Bont Dingle

Fingerpost covered in moss on a hillside in Wales
Ancient fingerpost below the Garn

Pathway on hillside in Wales
The path under the Garn looking towards the Black mountains

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