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Images from the Walks
110709Path down Maesglase's south-east ridge
110710Maesglase from the valley below
110711Looking back to Craig Maesglase and its falls
110712Craig Portas & Cribin Fawr
112701On the approach from Croesor to Cnicht
113101Start of the walk, looking towards Mynydd Mawr
113102Information point on Uwchgwyrfai Common
113103Details of the "local legend" on Uwchgwyrfai Common
113104Turn right towards Mynydd Mawr
113105Path along the flank of Mynydd Mawr
113106Frozen grass in January on Mynydd Mawr
113107Path to summit of Mynydd Mawr
113108Mynydd Mawr - one of the two summit shelters
113109Nantlle Ridge from Fron
113601Waterfall by the Watkin Path on the way up Yr Aran
113602Yr Aran from Bwlch Cwm Llan
113603Path going up to the bwlch between Yr Aran and Snowdon
113604Yr Aran summit view, towards Snowdon
113605Path to summit of Yr Aran
113606Goats in the woods just off Watkin Path
113701Idwal Slabs near Llyn Idwal, Ogwen
113702Misty ascent of Y Garn in the Glyderau
113703Looking down on Llyn Idwal
115001The ridge between Carnedd Llewelyn and Carnedd Dafydd
115002Carnedd Llewelyn, the highest summit in the Carneddau
115003Pen yr Helgi Du seen from a descent from Carnedd Llewelyn
115004Carnedd Llewelyn from shores of Ffynnon Llugwy Reservoir
115101Moel Siabod on the approach path from Pont Cyfyng
115102Moel Siabod from the lower reservoir
115103Old quarries below Moel Siabod
115104View to summit of Moel Siabod from foot of east ridge
117201The pony path from Ty-nant to Cadair Idris
117202View from Cadair Idris to the Arenigs
117203Looking across Cwm Cau to route up from Minffordd
117204View from Gau Craig at east end of Cadair Idris ridge
117205On the delightful descent east from Gau Craig
117301Path to summit of Moel Ysgyfarnogod
117302Miner's track to summit of Moel Ysgyfarnogod
117303Rhinog scenery near Moel Ysgyfarnogod
117304Llyn Eiddew-mawr with Foel Ddu on the Skyline
117305Climbing higher to the summit of Moel Ysgyfarnogod
117306The summits of Moel Ysgyfarnogod and Foel Penolau
117307Looking west from the craggy summit of Foel Penolau
118601Foel goch from the shores of Llyn Ogwen
118602The approach to Y Garn from Ogwen Cottage
118603Llyn Idwal is flanked on three sides by major peaks
118604The ascent of Y Garn provides breathtaking views
118605Looking south to Glyder Fawr from the summit of Y Garn
118606Pen yr Ole Wen forms the western buttress to the Carneddau
118607The Idwal Slabs seen on the left of Llyn Idwal
119001Looking back into the valley of Cwm Cywarch
119002Typical Aran view with steep slopes & green valleys
119003From the col below Glasgwm, the view north-west
119004From col below Glasgwm, the summit of Aran Fawddwy
119005Looking north from Aran Fawddwy to Aran Benllyn
119006Main Aran ridge from Drysgol
119007Descent from Drysgol, view to Glasgwm
119101Farm at Cwm Bychan from path to Roman Steps
119102Start of ascent of Rhinog Fawr from Cwm Bychan
119103Llyn Du seen from the final slopes of Rhinog Fawr

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