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 It would be best to make Thursday,s walk a wellie walk?

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PostSubject: It would be best to make Thursday,s walk a wellie walk?   Tue Dec 31, 2013 7:06 am

I have just recce'd Thursday January 2nd walk for the third time! Meet in the Newborough Arms Bontnewydd CP 10am. This is to the rear of the PH, enter by hazardous narrow entrance to the right of the building. Please park high on the left hand side of the Park.
   This is a flat 4.5mile walk along the Gwyrfai valley. It is wet underfoot after heavy rains, but the path has a solid foundation. It might be best to wear wellies rather than mountain boots? No steep slopes or rocky outcrops along the way. We pass some ancient farmsteads dating from the 17c, plus an ancient hovel designed for Farmworkers It ought to be transferred to St Fagan's Cardiff folk museum.    
          Ifor has obtained the key to the station building at Tryfan Junction, where we can have the coffee break. Probably no need to bring a picnic, which can be at home or a light baguette meal at the Newborough Arms?
This walk passes through old farms and homesteads, which you never normally come across. The Afon Gwyrfai is a raging torrent  a spectacular sight.
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