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Low cloud and a little snow on Pumlumon

49 months ago
Cloud front over Cwm Hengwm
A surprise sunny cold spell at the weekend between two miserable, murky November weeks gave an opportunity for a quick ascent of Pumlumon Fawr from Nant-y-Moch reservoir. As the camera battery was playing up, I had to resort to using the phone to take pictures - with reasonable results. Starting from the minor road running up the eastern shore of Nant-y-Moch reservoir, I took the hydro track to Llyn Llygad Rheidol, waded through the stream emerging from its overflow and made my way up...
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Where does Aberystwyth's drinking water come from

56 months ago
Dam, Llyn Llygad Rheidol
For a gentle start to the season, I had a stroll up the service track Photo to Llyn Llygad Rheidol Photo from Nant-y-moch Photo. I knew that the beautiful glacial lake tucked away on the north side of Pumlumon Fawr Photo was part of Aberystwyth's drinking water supply, but I hadn't appreciated quite how important it is in this respect. During the walk, I had a rummage around the dam Photo Photo and spillway Photo Photo and on...
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Cyfartha mine and Clywedog gorge from Glaslyn

103 months ago
Upper Cwm Clywedog
I wish I'd done my research before going on this walk! Starting from the Dylife mountain road at the turn off for Glaslyn nature reserve, I walked past the lake Photo and into the Nant Ddu valley, where Cyfartha mine Photo, a 19th century underground mine is located. The spoil tips Photo and a few ruined buildings including a well preserved wheel pit Photo are obvious, but there is a lot more to see south of the stream apparently. Must go back soon!...
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