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Brecon Beacons

 

(vero;2020-May-31)

The pictures in this gallery have been taken during various stays in the Brecon Beacons. They are our “home mountains” which means we are often there, so it's worth coming back for checking this page for more pictures from time to time. We recommend also visiting our page with many panoramas taken during our numerous walks in the area.

Some of the photos in this gallery are panoramas. Press F to expand those pictures to their real size and use the bottom scroll bar to navigate through the picture.

The Brecon Beacons Horseshoe: Corn Ddu (873m), Pen y Fan (886m) and Cribyn (795m) seen from the Upper Neuadd Reservoir route.
Cribyn (795m) seen from Pen y Fan (886m). View to the south from Corn Ddu (873m). View from Fan y Big (719m) to the north down Cwm Cynwyn. View to the north down Cwm Cynwyn. The summit of Corn Ddu (873m). Climbing Pen y Fan (886m) from Cefn Cwm Llwch (north) involves a bit of scrambling when reaching the top. Path coming from Cwm Cynwyn (north) arriving at Bwlch ar y Fan (599m). Turn left to climb Pen y Fan (886m). Northeastern face of Cribyn (795m) on the left and Pen y Fan (886m) on the right seen from Llanfrynach. The ruins of <a target="_blank"  href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llanthony_Priory">Llanthony Priory</a> in the Vale of Ewyas. The summits of Pen y Fan (886 m) and Corn Ddu (873 m in the background) seen from Cribyn (795 m). A flock of sheep on a mission. Black Mountain: Llyn y Fan Fach and the ridge of Waun Lefrith (677m) leading to the summit of Picws Du. Black Mountain: looking back on the ridge of Waun Lefrith and Llyn y Fan Fach. Black Mountain: misty weather over Llyn y Fan Fawr. This picture is a panorama. Press F to expand the picture to its real size and use the bottom scroll bar to navigate through it. Black Mountain, view to the north from Waun Lefrith: the path in the valley is the access trail linking the car park south of Llanddeusant to Llyn y Fan Fach. Another view of Waun Lefrith and Llyn y Fan. The summit of Picws Du (or Bannau Sir Gaer - 749m) and Llyn y Fan. The ridge of Waun Lefrith.

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$updated from: Wales.htxt Sun 13 Dec 2020 16:00:13 trvl2 (By Vero and Thomas Lauer)$