|Title||Above Lluest Abercaethon The somewhat derelict fields around the disused farmstead of Lluest Abercaethon, seen bottom left, give way to rougher hillside. Craig Goch reservoir can be seen in the distance. It is about to receive a topping up; rain isn't far away.|
|Photo's author||Nigel Brown User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||20 Jun 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 432|
|Retrieved from source on||10 Sep 2012 11:31:53 (UTC)|
Above Lluest Abercaethon The somewhat derelict fields around the disused farmstead of Lluest Abercaethon, seen bottom left, give way to rougher hillside. Craig Goch reservoir can be seen in the distan…
Lluest Abercaethon Green fields and a derelict farmstead, surrounded by a sea of bracken. The farmer is using the farmyard to collect his sheep.
Slopes north of the Nant Cletwr Once you move into the square from the south, steep mainly bracken covered slopes give way to more moderate gradients and good grazing. The ridge of Clawdd-du Bach form…
High up on Esgair Crawnllwyn As is common around here, some of the best grazing is to be found fairly high up on the side of the ridge.
The Nant Cletwr The Nant Cletwr as it runs down from the hillside to the Crag Goch.
Trees by the Esgair Gris Took this out of the car window, it was wound down though.
Nant Cletwr Just before it flows into Craig Goch Reservoir.
Stream flowing into Craig Goch reservoir
The ridge of Esgair Crawnllwyn Not far off the crest of the ridge, and the good grazing of lower down has given way to rougher stuff.
Trumau Very flat rough grazing land between Claerwen and Elan. A sheepwalk.
Pwll Nant-ddu The name and marsh symbols are a little worrying, but this area of peat bog is not too terrifying. There are bits worth avoiding, and it is easy to walk around them. Dodgy under snow tho…
Y Groes Tussocky grass, but easy going (in Winter) with a view towards Craig Goch, the highest of the Elan reservoirs.
Y Groes A long gentle ascent to Trumau. Very easy going on flattened tussocks. There are numerous sheep paths and the odd quadbike tracks to help but the navigation is the interesting bit, the ground …
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