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Swansea Ramblers Walk

Pen y Fan circular from Cwm Gwdi

29th March 2014

Leader: Parisa Eslambolchilar

Leaving Gower Walks and Swansea Walks behind us for today, we ventured further north to another favourite - The Brecon Beacons.  Starting from Cwm Gwdi, we ascended Cefn Cwm Llwch to reach the summit of Pen y Fan then crossed over to the next summit of Corn Du.  Very windy today but visibility was good and everyone enjoyed the panoramas.  Descending to Tommy Jones' Obelisk, we paid our respects before continuing the descent to Llyn Cwm Llwch and along Nant Cwm Llwch back to the start.

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Leader: Parisa Eslambolchilar

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