Today we had a new member to our weekly party. Chris, who is gradually winding down to retirement and is enjoying a four day week and I am told, trying to reduce this even further.
Capel Gwynfe is a small hamlet but has its own Information Office, albeit on the small side!
Elevenses was had near the ford just after the farm, Neuadd Fach.
We now started on the climb which in due course led us, somewhat wind blown to Cefn y Cylchau, where hidden behind a convenient rock we had lunch.
Heading downhill we came to the Afon Clydach and we were able to easily cross this just upstream of the waterfalls and then made for the large disused quarries.
From there we continued downhill on a graded path which leads to the hairpin to the hairpin and minor road which will take you back to Capel Gwynfe. However we struck off north from Clogau Bach using paths and bridle ways leading to a converted school just short of the car.