/ Aled Isaf on Denbigh Moor Aerial views

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Bongooldchap - on 07 Apr 2013
This is Aled Isaf or Rhyd Y Bedd as us locals call it. Cracking gorge for scrambling along.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xeY2H7XzB6s
Mike Peacock on 09 Apr 2013
In reply to Bongooldchap: Excellent. As an enthusiast of Welsh gorges (though now no longer living in Wales) I've been meaning to visit for ages. Is it possible to climb the top falls or not?
Bongooldchap - on 10 Apr 2013
In reply to Mike Peacock: not without some serious skill in free climbing or the use of ropes I reckon
richprideaux - on 10 Apr 2013
In reply to Mike Peacock:

I think it would be doable Mike, I've been inspired to go and have a look after watching this video...
Mike Peacock on 10 Apr 2013
In reply to Bongooldchap: Thanks for the advice. I've long been meaning to have a proper explore of that area.
Bongooldchap - on 11 Apr 2013
In reply to Mike Peacock: ill agree with Rich, at the moment Ive got a slipped disk so even going to the toilet is like conquering everest so my minds not exactly right with adventurous activities ;)
Im also looking for suggestions on where to go next? Im going to be doing the Alwen as soon as the wind drops, thats another lovely piece of Wales that needs some aerial filming
richprideaux - on 11 Apr 2013
In reply to Bongooldchap:

Castell Dinas Bran, World's End, Pincyn Llys. Must pop over and visit you whilst you are an invalid...
Mike Peacock on 11 Apr 2013
In reply to Bongooldchap: In the same area how about the Afon Clywedog in Clocaenog? As it flows out of the reservoir it drops down a large gorge, complete with a few hidden waterfalls.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikepeacock/7099512275/in/photostream/

Or Bod Petryal from the air (maybe best for autumn)?

Further afield, some of the massive ravines of mid Wales would be very cool to see. Things like Devil's Bridge, Cwm Penant at Dylife, and the various ones round Dolgellau.
Bongooldchap - on 23 Apr 2013
In reply to Mike Peacock: thanks for the suggestions, ive compiled them into a list and as soon as the wind dies down ill be bagging some more

rather than start up a fresh new post ill just keep updating this one with fresh video?

Llyn Alwen the other day, wind was at its lowest in some time, sorry if I keep babbling on about wind, its just that it destroys good footage and causes the occasional crash
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ELOIXBNrJk


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