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Fan Nedd

Fan Nedd

Postby willywalker247 » Sun Jul 20, 2014 5:19 pm

Hewitts included on this walk: Fan Nedd

Date walked: 20/07/2014

Time taken: 2

Distance: 3.44 km

Ascent: 211m

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Just a short walk to stretch the legs.

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We parked the van about two miles north of Ystradfellte grid ref sn923196
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Start point.
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As we set out the summit was shrouded in cloud but as we climbed the cloud started to clear and the views opened up and the cairn came into view.
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Cairn coming into view.
The summit is about 1/4 mile away marked with trig point.
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Trig point.
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Shelter near trig point.
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Lindsay and I near the summit.
There`s not a lot more so be said about Fan Nedd apart that the views are great,
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Fan Gyhirych with the Carmathen fans on the horizon.
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Fan Llia, Fan Fawr with Corn Ddu and Pen y Fan on the horizon.
After we got back to the start we drove a couple of hundred yards to look at the standing stone called Maen Llia,
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Maen Llia.
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Info about the standing stone.
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