Tag Archives: Walks

From Carningli to Dinas Island

This beautiful photo was taken from the top of Carningli,  behind our local town of Newport. Although the rocky summit is only 347m in height I feel that it qualifies as a mountain  because of the way that it rises up steeply … Continue reading

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The old pathways

This beautiful path runs parallel to the river Gwaun flowing at the bottom of the valley to the left of the photo. Local maps show numerous rights of way along ancient pathways, untarmaced roads and tracks. You won’t find many walkers – you … Continue reading

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Pwllgwaelod to Aberbach

Here are some of the wild flowers we saw on a walk to the beach at Aberbach this summer. I love Aberbach. The road that dips and climbs along the coast at this point is only single track and there … Continue reading

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Beehive pigsty – a pig’s eye view

As you can see, the pigsty (on the left) is in much better condition that the house of its owner (on the right). The cottage has fallen into disrepair and fencing prevents the unwary walker from straying into an area … Continue reading

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Winter rambles in Pembrokeshire

South West View from Foel Drygarn © Copyright Dave Croker and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence. Here is a quick preview of the Pembrokeshire Ramblers’ Winter Programme. Their friendly, welcoming website gives much more information and contact details. 23rd Nov:  Freshwater West, Angle Peninsula 30th Nov: … Continue reading

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