Saturday, 14 January 2012
PATHWAY 4: IN DIRECTION OF HAFOD AND BEYOND BANCBRYN
Got a bit Lazy and let the Camera do the work for me, the map tells me it leads towards the Windmill Plantation Site, just might be easier route than Pathway 3.
Note view here is away from Pathway, at bottem is a small bridge under which flows the lowr Clydach River which flows on into the spectacular Clyndach George. Above at this point is an hill named Banc John
www.explorebritain.info/water-swansea-lower-clydach-river-sn6804Lower Clydach River, Swansea || Explore Britain: A comprehensive guide to towns, villages, tourist attractions and places to visit in Britain. Includes location ...
www.ggat.org.uk/cadw/historic.../clydach_gorge/.../clydach_main.ht...The River Clydach plummets and cascades its way through the gorge to join the RiverUsk at Gilwern where the gorge dramatically opens out into the Usk valley ...
That's got to be Bancbryn off in the distance.
Posted by WELSH REMEMBRANCERS at 07:24