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Camino Queen   on 08/10/17 @ 21:15 said:

Totally agree JoJo. Wonderful waterfalls and wine. Great laugh along the way. Thanks for fabulous walk Paul hopefully the first of many for you. Splendid

mirador   on 09/10/17 @ 16:57 said:

Indeed - a great first invitation Paul. Thoroughly enjoyable day with a fun crew and a little bit of adventure thrown in!

Loran   on 11/10/17 @ 12:15 said:

Thanks Paul. Really enjoyed the walk,waterfalls and company.

Ridgewalker   on 11/10/17 @ 18:48 said:

it was a great Day, thanks to everyone awaiting feedback from a couple of N-Wales peoples to confirm the Nov return date

Indiana Jane   on 12/10/17 @ 18:29 said:

The couple of North Wales people are wondering if it is possible to do the walk in November. We'd certainly be finishing in the dark. I think I'm free on 25th/26th November and I'm willing to do night walking if you know the route well enough.

mirador   on 12/10/17 @ 21:20 said:

We will perhaps need to start a little earlier, do less of the diversions and linger less in the pub but still doable. I would suggest turning off the return river side path one bridge earlier than we did at the weekend to ensure a quicker and easier final leg. A hard frost and icicles hanging off everywhere would be magical!

Louise - living life   on 13/10/17 @ 21:57 said:

have you thought of starting by the Angel inn in pontneddfechan? its about a 5 hour round walk from there and a fairly decent pub afterwards?

Ridgewalker   on 15/10/17 @ 18:58 said:

Ok looking like the 25th Nov shall be the take 2 modified route, will confirm this when we meet the North Wales people on Tryfan Sat

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