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Cwm Ian



Visited 22.8.12

Didn’t think I would find this one but for a change I did!

At the junction of the A4107 / A4061 there is a view point with a large car park.
Park here. (If you are lucky there is sometimes a burger van parked there)
Looking down the valley there is a ‘path’ running along the hillside to the right.
This is the ‘path’ which runs close to the Cairn. You cross a small stream on the way.

Looking at my notes and the terrain in front of me I didn’t expect to find this Cairn but thought I would try anyway.

It takes about 15 minutes to walk to the site and the Cairn is quite difficult to spot.
It is in amongst ‘spiky’ grass and consists of a small mound of stones.
Despite being a pretty bleak place to visit there are decent views to be had.
One best to visit on a nice day – if they ever have nice days up here?
Posted by CARL
3rd September 2012ce

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