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On Wednesday, November 24, 2021, the long-distance walking group set off from the Neuadd, Llanwrtyd Wells to mark 11.7 miles for the forthcoming Real Ale Ramble. The marking is done by tying red and white tape and using coloured arrows to point the way for the event walkers. The route took us to the wood above Gilfach farm, Pistyllgwyn, Bwlchmawr and then on to Cefn Gardys rocks for lunch. We came back down the boggy and rocky descent to Cwm Cerdin and then on to Geufron and Ffos-y-fign derelict cottage. Finished at the Neuadd with tea and cakes.

Walkers marking the Real Ale Ramble route near Llanwrtyd Wells
Phil and Peter tying up the red tape

Walkers in the Cambrian mountains
The marking team heading towards Nant Einon

Cwm Annell woods near Beulah, Mid-Wales
Autumn pastel colours

Walkers eating lunch on Cefn Gardys in the hills above Beulah and just off the old Drovers road
Lunch on the top of the rocky outcrop at Cefn Gardys

Walkers heading down ancient green lane near Llanwrtyd Wells
Heading for home down the ancient lane.

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