The Rhiniogydd Mountains

The past few days our Walkabout team were out in the Rhiniogydd mountain range in mid-Wales scoping out new hikes. These lonely hills overlooking the sea are a sight to behold. Lake Hywel, a neolithic burial ground, endless stone walls, an Iron Age site high above Cardigan Bay and the Irish sea beyond. Tomorrow our team will cross this bridge over which the drovers took their cattle from Wales to the markets in London and follow it across a range of mountains down to the Mawddach estuary. Droving began between Wales and England during Roman times.

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