Rhobell Fawr (a volcanic walk)

Rhobell Fawr, one of the ancient volcanoes of North Wales, makes for an enjoyable and scenic mountain walk. This ancient extinct volcano stands a little over 2400 ft high. The ascent took us about 2 hours, so leave between 4 and 5 hours for this complete walk, including the bridle-path loops. Our walk starts from

Foswilde Fireberry visits the Opera

Foswilde Fireberry wishes to announce that she will be at the opera in Waterdeep this weekend. Being her first visit to this thriving city, Foswilde is taking this opportunity to meet some of the wonderful local residents. Posters such as the one above, have been pasted on various street billboards. Foswilde will be in attendance

Pumpkin Moon

Tamsin’s Halloween pumpkin often makes an appearance for Bonfire Night. This year’s theme was “Bats around the moon”. Hope the dark magic doesn’t go to far .. Witches and Dark Call upon Kith & Kin Bats commanded to Hark Enchant the Pumpkin Rise up real soon Eclipse that moon

Carneddau Ponies

Living in the Carneddau range of mountains (being the largest contiguous area of high ground in Wales & England) are a true gem of wild Wales – the Carneddau Ponies. These rare ponies are a glorious insight in to British equines of the past. It is believed that they have roamed freely across these beautiful

Craig Cwm Silyn

Craig Cwm Silyn, a morning walk at the western end of the Nantlle ridge. This walk starts at a small parking area that the landowner kindly allows visitors to use. Having walked most of the Nantlle ridge earlier this year (see this post), we wished to visit Craig Cwm Silyn at the western most point