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Photos from Angus - Page 1

The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.

Images from the Walks
141501Keepers pond above Blaenavon
141502Some of the stone sleepers on Hills Tramroad
141503Distinctive pile of slag at Garnddyrys & Usk Valley
141504View from Rhiw Ifor to Sugarloaf Mountain Abergavenny
141505View from Foxhunters Grave to summit of the Blorenge
141506The man-made 'punchbowl' pond, Blorenge
141507Hills Tramroad as it snakes into Garnddyrys
141508Looking over to Ysgyrryd Fawr from the Blorenge
151201Keepers Pond in winter, above Blaenavon
151202Hills Pit Chimney is the remains of the Ironstone mine
151203A view from Pwll Du over the Usk Valley
151204Dyne-Steel's Incline snaking over the mountain
151205One of the many ponds or reservoirs along the route
151206View down the incline to Coity Mountain & Whistle Inn
151207Lamb & Fox Inn & The Skirrid (Ysgyrryd)
151208View to Balance Pond & Pwll Du village
151209Tuyers manufactured at adjacent brickworks
151210A warm welcome awaits your return at Keepers Pond
218101Falls of Uich, Glen Lee

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News & Reviews

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Wainwright Hill Bagging Map - A scratchable map showing all 214 Wainwrights in the Lake District. More info.

the people's poncho 2.0 - Lightweight, stylish and lightweight alternative to traditional waterproofs ideal for walkers. More info.

the people's poncho - A durable, lightweight, stylish and compact alternative to traditional waterproofs ideal for walkers with 10% Discount. More info.

AZ Adventure Series Maps - Convenient 1:25000 OS maps in booklet form covering the National Trails of Britain. More info.

Walking in the Aire - A new book by Lee Senior featuring 14 walks in the Aire valley. More info.

West Yorkshire's Wild Side - Two new books in the 'Wainwright' style featuring Calderdale and moorland walks. More info.

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