Tag Archives: Border Collie

#269 – Y Gamallt and the Migneint

(Left click images to zoom in, use browser return arrow to go back) In my last blog post (see post #268) I made the comment that “You’re never far from a mountain in Wales”.    It also has to be … Continue reading

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#268 – Conwy Mountain and beyond

(Left click images to zoom in, use browser return arrow to go back) You’re never far from a mountain in Wales.   The main interest is in the old favourites such as the Snowdon group, the Glyderau, the Carneddau and others, … Continue reading

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#267 – Two days in the quietest corner of Snowdon

(Left click images to zoom in, use browser return arrow to go back) I described the lovely, quiet corner of Cwm Glas in an earlier post after a trip there in 2014 (see post #154).    It’s hard to believe … Continue reading

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#266 – Moel Ty Mawr

(Left click images to zoom in, use browser return arrow to go back) I’ve featured the Berwyns in this blog before – they are remote, wild hills, though nothing like as rough and gnarly as the nearby Rhinogs. Chris and … Continue reading

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#265 – Moel Siabod – The Shapely Peak

(Left click images to zoom in, use browser return arrow to go back)   Moel Siabod (which translates as ‘Shapely Hill’) is one of those hills where you don’t bump into crowds, in fact it would be strange to bump … Continue reading

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#264 – It’s that time of year again!

Sorry to all my readers, but it’s that time of year when I go to work again as part of the safety crew on the Spine Race, so there’s no post this week. Most of you will probably have seen … Continue reading

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#263 – Coniston Old Man (via Levers Water) and Dow Crag

(Left click images to zoom in, use browser return arrow to go back) Over the years, I’ve frequently returned to the Coniston Hills in the Lake District.   I’ve posted a few of the more recent trips in this blog (see … Continue reading

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