2nd August -- Trefriw, N Wales
A mostly grey day with added drizzle before lunch, brightening up later

The A walk was linear starting Dolgarrog then via Llyn Cowlyd, Llyn Crafnant, Llyn Geirionydd, Old Mine workings and on to Trefriw along the River Crafnant
Checking the technology
Unclear paths here
Some synchronised and lots of stiles
gate vaulting
Llyn Cowlyd reservoir Pause
to get waterproof
Up to the col
Heather underfoot with wet bits
across the top
and down the steep wooded slopes above Llyn Crafnant
The girls get the best seat for lunch
Nice reflection in Llyn Crafnant
Llyn Geirionydd and its monument

The C walk climbed up the Crafnant valley to Llyn Crafnant Then over the ridge to Llyn Gerionydd returning through woods, pasture and farm land to Llanrychwyn passing Rhychwyn Church (11 th cent.) and thence back to Trefriw.
Making freinds with the local livestock
Here come David's Bs
just in time for coffee
what a gentleman!
mini livestock
Rhychwyn Church, 11th century.. ..the oldest in Wales

The B walks ran the same route in opposite dirctions. Going clockwise the route went first to the hamlet of Llanrhychwyn, and its 11th century parish church, walking by the side of Llyn Geirionydd and then Llyn Crafnant reservoir with it's waterside cafe, returning through riverside woodland along the Afon Crafnant. The only photographic evidence was captured by Bob as the Cs and David's Bs met at the Crafnant cafe

And finally...

Photos by Phil Cunningham, John Hodgson, and Bob Jackson