Llandovery Area,
on and near the Cambrian Way
Autumn 2001

Peter led the Autumn Group holiday, staying at Llanerchindda Farm, Cyngordy, near Llandovery.
Peter explains how he came to choose the first walk just outside Llandovery.
Good to be walking after our journey to Wales.
The obligatory Group shot before we descend to the cars.
Super remote countryside.
Soar-y-Mynydd chapel is very isolated, but still used by 40 people each Sunday. We started our walk here along the Cambrian Way and went south.
We climbed up to about 1500 feet to the viewpoint.
Our first glimpse of the Doethie Valley
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All down hill from here.
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A super picnic spot in the valley.
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Gradually we approach civilisation. The hill ahead is an RSPB reserve. We are in Red Kite Country.
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It rained on Sunday, but just gently. We had misty views of the local foothills, and found a good pub to recuperate in at lunchtime.
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From Llanerchindda Farm we had good views over the Cyngordy Viaduct.