The Plynlimon massif: the Glaslyn Nature Reserve is situated at its northern limit, beyond which steep,
scarp-like slopes fall away down into the farmlands and woods of the Dyfi catchment. The slope is incised
at one point by a great canyon-like ravine, about 320m deep. In the 1990s I descended this direct from
the top, fixing ropes to assist in climbing back up the steep, scree-covered disintegrating slabby rock. This shot,
taken during one of the trips, gives an impression of the atmosphere of the place - unique in Mid-Wales!
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