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Updated: Dec 2, 2021

The Real Ale Ramble took place on November 27 and 28, 2021. Over 130 walkers completed either a marked 12 or 20 mile route. There were also 5 and 9 mile guided walks. The Saturday walkers were following the destruction of storm Arwen from the previous evening. Trees were down in the Irfon forest and arrow markers had been blown away. The first snow of the winter could be seen in the distant Drygarn and Moelfre peaks. On the Sunday ice had formed on the ground and the temperature did not get much above freezing. The feedback from walkers was very positive and many said they would return to his very friendly event.

The photographs below were taken by Elin Mabbutt on the 9 mile guided walk.

Llanwrtyd town sign and group of walkers
9 mile guided group at the end of the walk

Walkers climbing a hill in the Cambrian mountains
Walking up Nant Cwm-du

Ruined farmhouse with Welsh cattle on the hill
Abandoned farmhouse at Bwlchtuathre

Two people in a farm vehicle at the Irfon Forest, Llanwrtyd Wellsserving burgers
The Burger bar in the Irfon forest

Signpost in the Cambrian mountains
Old Fingerpost below the Garn

Walkers in the hills above Llanwrtyd Wells
Walking on the track below the Garn

11th century church in Llanwrtyd
St David's Church

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