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Looking over to the Carnedds
© Andy Merrick, Oct 2018
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Off the beaten track
© Andy Merrick, Oct 2018
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This is Wales
© Andy Merrick, Oct 2018
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Ogwen valley
© Andy Merrick, Oct 2018
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The way back
© Andy Merrick
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You can see half of Devon from the top
© Dan Bailey - UKHillwalking.com, Oct 2018
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Looking from Hindscarth towards Causey Pike and Crag Hill
© Richard Michael Duffy, Oct 2018
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Looking towards Glencoe
© Lee Sheard, 28 Oct 2018
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Donalds peak ballachulish horseshoe
© Lee Sheard, 28 Oct 2018
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Looking to Am Bodach Mamores
© Lee Sheard, 27 Oct 2018
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First snows mamores
© Lee Sheard, 27 Oct 2018
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Feeling on top of the world
© Rosie Robson, Oct 2018
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Gist Wen, Brecon Beacons
© AllanMac, Sep 2017
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Some walkers exploring the Priest's Way in the Purbeck Hills, near Swanage.
© Mark Reeves, Mar 2012
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Mark Reeves walking out across the Hampton Ridge on the Abbot's Well - Fritham Walk
© Mark Reeves, Oct 2018
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A Walker looks out at Old Harry's Rocks, The Purbecks
© Mark Reeves, Oct 2018
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Spud's rainbow from Tarm Crag (Easedale)
© Mike Cassidy, Oct 2012
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Ben making his way up through the edge of the cloud inversion under Bamford Edge.
@samtaylorphotos, Sep 2018
© www.samtaylorphoto.co.uk
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Ben checking out the cloud inversion in Winnats Pass.
@samtaylorphotos, Sep 2018
© www.samtaylorphoto.co.uk
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Walking up wild and remote Cwm Pen-Llafar towards the Crib Lem Spur
© Mark Reeves, Sep 2018
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Tom McPartlan on a atmospheric ascent of the Crib Lem Spur.
© Mark Reeves, Sep 2018
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Sgurr Thuilm from the NW ridge of Bruach na Frithe
© Dan Bailey - UKHillwalking.com, Sep 2017
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Bryn Terfail at Bwlch Glas performing some Opera for BBC Wales/Cymru
© Mark Reeves, Jun 2008
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Sir Chris Bonnington holds the Olympic Torch Aloft England and Wales on the Summit of Snowdon.
© Mark Reeves, May 2012