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*July 19 National Ramble – Coed-y-Brenin Rivers

In this forest ramble we had two beautiful viewpoints, first to the west of Rhinog Fach then to the east of Rhobell-y-big. We also descended to a bridge to admire the River Gain. Later we descended to the River Eden which we followed for a while. We used a part of the old Roman Road ‘Sarn Helen’ which we came across in the Brecon Beacons tour in 2016. This forest was very varied with a good mix of conifer and deciduous trees and a multitude of different mosses and ferns and including the large pine needle ant hill (see video below), which many of us had never seen before. We mainly travelled on reasonably good forestry tracks, some bumpy, many wide enough for socialising. Linda Rivers


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