Monthly Archives: July 2013

#136 – Three days in the Aran Hills of Wales (Part 2)

The first day in the Aran Hills (see post #135) had included Aran Fawddwy (905 metres), the highest peak in the range, but I had left Glasgwm (780 metres) for the next day.  Dull weather conditions gave no clue that … Continue reading

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#135 – Three days in the Aran Hills of Wales (Part 1)

So, where are these Aran Hills then?  I Have to confess that for years I didn’t have a clue where they were, and I didn’t get round to tracking them down until a year or two ago.  It was only … Continue reading

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#134 – A wander up Foel Grach

The hills and mountains of the Carneddau of North Wales don’t have the ‘wow’ factor of the Snowdon Range or the Glyderau, but for lovers of solitude and connoisseurs of wild places these hills beat the pants off anything south … Continue reading

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