Sunday 18 June 2017

#MySundayPhoto Number 25


#MySundayPhoto Number 25

This is a trig point at Llwyn Celyn near Cardiff. It is a Forestry Commission trail that rises up through the woods and leads to magnificent views over Cardiff and towards the Brecon Beacons. We could see Pen y Fan today although the views were hampered by the mist.

This is the view over Cardiff and the Bristol Channel towards Exmoor.

This trig point is an achievement as it is our first walk for years. We used to spend every Sunday walking in the mountains of South Wales, then Mr P's hip became so painful that we stopped walking. He is now recovering from his hip replacement operation and we are starting again. This is an easy route we used to take the children when they were small and the views over Cardiff are amazing, although it was a little misty today.

Trig point is Craig Lysfaen; height 264m (Pen Y Fan is 886m for comparison).




  1. Hi Cardigan, it must be wonderful to be able to get out and walk again with Mr. P! That view is quite something too!


    1. Thank you, it was wonderful although a bit warm today! Hope you are enjoying the lovely weather

  2. Now that is an incredible view, you can see for miles

    Thank you for linking up

  3. fantastic view, how far can you actually see?

  4. What an amazing view! It is so good that you are both able to go walking again! #MySundayPhoto

  5. How lovely that you're able to enjoy walks together again now - what a view! #MySundayPhoto

  6. What a view! It sounds like an amazing walk and well worth it for that sight. #MySundayPhoto

  7. How wonderful that you can do such fabulous walks again! Lovely shot! :) #mysundayphoto

  8. How magnificent that you are able to walk to this fabulous place once more. It looks an incredible view even with mist!


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