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110601Half way to the summit of Waun Fach
110602Summit of Pen Twyn Glas seen during an ascent of Waun Fach
112301View towards Cribyn from the start of the walk
112302Climbing towards Corn Du
112303View from Pen y Fan to Cribyn & Pen y Big
123701Llanthony Priory occupies a wonderful setting
123702Church in Cwmyoy has suffered from subsidence
123703The ridge from Hatterrall Hill to Hay Bluff
123801Wye Valley from Hay Bluff's escarpment
123802The Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons
123803Black Mountains contrast with the Wye Valley
123804Twmpa viewed from Hay Bluff
123805Gospel Pass, Vale of Ewyas
123806Hay Bluff from Gospel Pass
123807Descending west off Twmpa provides a grand view south
123808Rhos Dirion lies west of Twmpa
123809Twmpa is an imposing lump
127101View of Sugar Loaf from the start of walk
127102Path from south to Sugar Loaf crosses moorland
127103Looking northwest along summit "ridge" of the Sugar Loaf
127104View southeast from the Sugar Loaf
127105View from broad ridge used in descent from Sugar Loaf
127106Looking back to the Sugar Loaf during the descent
128301Route to Fan y Big from Torpantu starts with a waterfall
128302From the start the route climbs onto Graig y Fan Ddu
128303Looking ahead to Graig Fan Las from Graig y Fan Ddu
128304Looking back to Graig y Fan Ddu from Graig Fan Las
128305Looking north towards Brecon from Craig Cwareli
128306View from Craig Cwareli to Fan y Big
128307The Neuadd reservoirs from the flanks of Fan y Big
128308Cribyn from the summit of Fan y Big
128309Looking back from the 'Gap Road' towards the Cribyn
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
155201View to the west of the Brecon Beacons from Waun Rydd
166401View to Sugar Loaf from a footpath on Mynydd Llanwenarth
167201Llyn y Fan Fawr and Fan Foel from Bwlch Giedd
190301Cwmdwgi is the start of this walk to Pen y Fan
190302Looking north from above Cwmdwgi
190303Looking back down the Cefn Cwm Llwch ridge
190304Pen y Fan from the Cefn Cwm Llwch ridge
190305The view down the ridge from the summit of Pen y Fan
190306Looking east to Cribyn and Fan y Big from Pen y Fan
190307View east to Corn Du & Black Mountain, Pen y Fan

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