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Caer Caradoc


Caer Caradoc (Hillfort) by thesweetcheat The impressive triple banks guarding the southern entrance to the fort.
thesweetcheat Image Credit: A. Brookes (2.1.2012)
Posted by thesweetcheat
3rd January 2012ce
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Comments (6)

Wonderful photographs tsc, you must have felt on top of the world up there. As always great respect to you for getting out there and sharing the photographs here. Inspired to walk (climb) in your footsteps yet again. tjj Posted by tjj
4th January 2012ce
Thanks very much June, it was a lovely day and a joy to have some "proper" winter weather, cold and clear, instead of mild and wet. Caer Caradoc is only a couple of mile (steepish) walk from Church Stretton station, so easily visited without a car. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
4th January 2012ce
Wow, stunning image. top capture. muller Posted by muller
8th January 2012ce
Great pics of a great site. Welcome to the four thousands by the way. postman Posted by postman
9th January 2012ce
Thanks Muller and Chris! Dizzying heights, the 4000s. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
9th January 2012ce
If the three thousands are munroe baggers what does that make us. postman Posted by postman
9th January 2012ce
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