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Drosgol (Pumlumon)


<b>Drosgol (Pumlumon)</b>Posted by GLADMAN
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<b>Drosgol (Pumlumon)</b>Posted by GLADMAN
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Drosgol (Pumlumon) (Cairn(s)) by GLADMAN Eastern cairn looking west. Quite a footprint. The western monument can be seen beyond.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
4th November 2012ce
Edited 4th November 2012ce
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Comments (5)

Weird spread of material. Seems similar to the spread pattern on Moel Eilio? thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
6th November 2012ce
No, nowhere near as large.... I reckon Eilio's is truly massive. Still pretty substantial, though. I've camped beneath Drosgol about a dozen times over the years, so it was good to finally go see, albeit a bit awkward. GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
6th November 2012ce
It's odd how it's spread in a line though, you know the blocks would take some shifting. Looks a fine spot though, especially under skies that blue. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
6th November 2012ce
It's beautiful, all the latest photos of Wales Gladman...... moss Posted by moss
7th November 2012ce
To be honest I didn't think it had really spread that much.... I reckon it was erected on the slope like that to face away from Pen Pumlumon Fawr. Who knows?

Thanks Moss. Not a soul around on these outlying summits of Pumlumon, even under skies like that. Prefer a bit of cloud for the diffused light, but happy to take the harsh blue as well. Doesn't occur very often.
7th November 2012ce
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