We made our way along Ffordd-y-Rhywgyr (Drovers Road) on this moist day with low clouds and mist. Our journey to cross the Rhiniogydd range started just south of the sea side town of Harlech and we passed many rows of blooming Foxgloves standing proudly, nourished by last nights rain. Along the way we crossed over Pont Sgethin a 12 century bridge, the remains of a bronze age burial ground and some prancing lambs. On our way down towards the Mawddach estuary we passed by the Clogau gold mines, the source of very high grade of gold used for the royal family rings. A waterfall next to the gold mine.