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Cribyn (Cairn(s)) by GLADMAN The wonderfully stratified eastern face of Cribyn from near the summit of Fan y Big. The peak possesses a badly eroded summit cairn. Pen y Fan and Corn Du rise above completing the highest Bronze Age cemetery in South Wales. The pass Bwlch ar y Fan (centre left) allows access of a track - known prosaically as the 'Gap Road' - linking Brecon and Pontsticill. Used by the Romans, what odds the route was used by prehistoric travellers, too? With their VIPs keeping watch from 'the other side', so to speak.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
21st September 2015ce
Edited 21st September 2015ce
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