|Title||Trumau Very flat rough grazing land between Claerwen and Elan. A sheepwalk.|
|Photo's author||Richard Webb User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||16 Feb 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 359|
|Retrieved from source on||12 Mar 2012 16:44:33 (UTC)|
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…
Trumau Flat, wet and tussocky. There is a path of sorts near here, but it is largely used by horses and is a bit cut up. There is a summit near here, but who knows where?
Trumau The "summit ridge". A flat expanse of snow levelled tussock grass. The unwelcome intrusion of Sitka spruce can be seen on the distant skyline. As part of the Elan Estate, the land here is safe …
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 …
Esgair Gyrnant Slightly greener and less tussocky ground at the head of Nant Cletwr and Nant y Ffidd.
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…
Nant Cletwr Valley draining the Elan side of Trumau, the water, once released by the tussock grass ending up in the Craig Goch reservoir.
Lluest Abercaethon Green fields and a derelict farmstead, surrounded by a sea of bracken. The farmer is using the farmyard to collect his sheep.
Bwlch y Gadair
Bwlch y Gadair Looking down the Nant y Gadair towards the Claerwen Reservoir. The gentle reentrants are boggy and soon deepen into small gorges.
Above Claerwen resorvoir
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