Probably not the best of Wales, even if the steep-sided valley of Harley Dingle (in view through much of the higher traverse and then forming a lovely route of return) is impressive. The hills are very flat-topped expanses of heather and marsh, with Black Mixen - not helped by an obvious summit mast - especially grim.
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