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Bwlch yr Adwy (Ceulanamaesmawr)

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Nearest Town:Machynlleth (14km N)
OS Ref (GB):   SN71978691 / Sheet: 135
Latitude:52° 27' 52.91" N
Longitude:   3° 53' 5.27" W

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Crowning the (unnamed?) hill immediately overlooking Bwlch yr Adwy to the north, this deceptively substantial, grassy monument complements beautifully the cairn crowning Pen Craig-y-Pistyll to the south-west.... and boasts equally excellent views looking east towards the main Pumlumon ridge and west for Cardigan Bay.

Stating the obvious, I guess... but incorporate both within a high-level horseshoe walk starting from Bwlch-glas and you not only avoid the idiot trail bikers playing 'broom brooms' down below, but will enjoy some pretty exquisite views into the bargain.
27th May 2023ce
Edited 27th May 2023ce


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The cairn north of Bwlch yr Adwy

This one's so obscure I couldn't even locate a name for the hill top. Any ideas?
4th August 2022ce