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Llangynidr Circular

Group: Merthyr Valley
Date: Saturday 26 October 2013
Start gridref: SO 155 196
Nearest town: Crickhowell
Start time: 10am
Grade: Moderate
Distance: 8 miles
Longer description: Leaving the car park (N51:52:07 W3:13:41) we take a circular route centred on the village of Llangynidr
Contact name: John Llewellyn
Contact phone: 07974534142
Meeting place: Llangynidr Village Car Park
* Dogs are permitted on this walk

sunrise 07:44
sunset 17:43

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(SW09) Merthyr Valley Group

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Phone: 01443 833719
Website: http://www.merthyrramblers.org.uk
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The Merthyr Valley Group is based in the Heads of the Valleys area of South Wales. Our Group Walks mainly take place in and around Merthyr Tydfil, in the Brecon Beacons and elsewhere in South East Wales. Occasionally walks are organised further afield and there is usually a May Bank Holiday tour. Walks take place each Saturday, starting at 10.00 am, and range from the longer, 10 miles plus down to the more leisurely 5 or 6 miles. These latter walks tend to form part of the Stepping Stones Programme. Other Stepping Stones Walks, usually of 3 or 4 miles duration, are organised for summer evenings at 6.15 pm.

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