Not the best of weather to walk today but its Sunday and we don,t mind a bit of rain. there was a plan B but thats for another day now.
So yesterday i took a nice walk up Bridden hill to Rodney Pillar and today we used a one of the Tittiwake books, this one which has been used quite a bit now was CLWYDIAN RANGE, which we used walk 22 AROUND THE NANT, starting at the unspoiled village of Llanarom yn-ial.
The highest point being Bryn Alyn summit, plenty of Limestone escarpments and old mine working around the Bryn Alyn summit.
Just a shame the weather was not brilliant but still great to be out and explore.
Today took a brisk walk up the 403m (1322ft) summit of bridden hill and aloft its summit Rodneys pillar.
After having a mini heat wave the weather today was just a bit gray.
so i have taken the long steady way up via a forest road which is just so easy to walk up and a little bit of a push for the final summit.
which on my arrival of the summit was meet with some really impressive weather with the summit just below the cloud level, at least on the pillar you can sit and enjoy the view sat on the stones of the pillar its self
Following the Kerry Branch Line Abermule.... end t0 end