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Bache Hill and the Whimble

Round Barrow(s)

<b>Bache Hill and the Whimble</b>Posted by thesweetcheat
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<b>Bache Hill and the Whimble</b>Posted by thesweetcheat
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Bache Hill and the Whimble (Round Barrow(s)) by thesweetcheat The well-preserved Bache Hill summit barrow.
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Over the misty mountains – Radnor Forest 21 August 2010
thesweetcheat Image Credit: A. Brookes (21.8.2010)
Posted by thesweetcheat
23rd September 2010ce
Edited 1st August 2011ce
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Comments (3)

This is a beauty, isn't it? Very few people bother with the Radnor Forest... but that clearly doesn't deter the SC. GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
23rd September 2010ce
No, I didn't see anyone for about 3 hours, between Harley Dingle (two runners) and getting down to Kinnerton. It's not surprising given the conditions though! A bit weird going up mountains and having no idea what they look like or what the views might be. When Mynydd Troed appeared out of the mist to the south it joined up a bit more of the puzzle though. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
23rd September 2010ce
Ha! I took the Mam C up Mynydd Troed last Saturday... also her husband had a couple of friends down from Builth and we talked of Radnor Forest and how I'd like to climb it again one day. Small world. GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
23rd September 2010ce
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