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TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« on: 16:19:23, 08/10/17 »
One from a few weeks ago. Great weather in the quieter northern Carneddau


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Re: TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« Reply #1 on: 18:17:11, 08/10/17 »
Great write up and photos as always Dave you were lucky with the weather as it's been mostly crap here
I love that end of the Carneddau especially this time of year but I almost broke my ankle near the top of Moel Wnion once I had to hobble back to Aber village

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Re: TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« Reply #2 on: 18:56:15, 08/10/17 »
Smashing report, Dave, I read the full version on your blog, thanks for posting it.
I haven't walked there for many years, so it brought back some good memories.

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Re: TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« Reply #3 on: 20:29:01, 08/10/17 »
Excellent, Dave, thank you :)

I did the first part of that walk - up the Aber Falls to Cwm yr Afon Goch and up Llwytmor - a few weeks ago.
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Re: TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« Reply #4 on: 20:36:17, 08/10/17 »
Very informative and interesting blog Dave plus some really good images, especially of the clouds. O0  Looked like a tricky walk with opportunities to get lost or fall over  ;D
Thanks for sharing.
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Re: TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« Reply #5 on: 11:38:53, 09/10/17 »
Excellent stuff Dave. Really enjoyed the blog and pics. Thanks for posting.

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« Reply #6 on: 20:36:43, 09/10/17 »
Super shots of great scenery  O0
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Re: TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« Reply #7 on: 21:35:09, 09/10/17 »
great pics Dave ...  O0
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Re: TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« Reply #8 on: 12:05:18, 10/10/17 »
Thanks all!  O0
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Re: TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« Reply #9 on: 12:52:46, 10/10/17 »
Great pictures and a wonderful area, though you've not sold that route up Llwytmor! 

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Re: TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« Reply #10 on: 22:18:54, 13/10/17 »
I have to admit, it's a bit tiresome
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Re: TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« Reply #11 on: 22:26:17, 13/10/17 »
Enjoyed that and reminded me of a walk I did a few years ago but started with the Beras going round to drum and the ridge above the Afon anafon. Like you had was great weather. A great quiet area.  O0

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Re: TR - Aber Falls & the Northern Carneddau
« Reply #12 on: 09:19:55, 14/10/17 »
Interesting read on your blog, and I like the inclusion of a few photos here to lead into the blog. Third picture down showing the north end of the Menai Straights brought back a memory of hearing Idris Evans describe the start of the cattle droves down to London in medieval times. The Anglesea cattle were driven across there at low water before starting the cross country drovers route to feed the population of London.
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