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Just thought we would say hello... "hi"

We are from a little village called Abertysswyg in South Wales/ Love exploring together been to quite alot of places now too...always on the look out for more though!!! lol

Will get a few reports up on here over the next few days, hope you enjoy them

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Hi and welcome, I haven't been out exploring for a while, but when the weather gets a bit warmer, I'm sure I'll be out.

Really need to get over to cwm coke again and see what's changed.

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Well I only been there once but comparing it now to some of the great pics I've seen on here to me..it looks a lot different. I got black when I went, I dont know if thats the norm but wasnt expecting it.

We are well up for going back as we didnt get to climb all the way to the top so be nice to see the view !!!

If your from this area give us a shout maybe we could meet up...you could show us a trick or two?? (as we are quite new to this)

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welcome to the forums mate. Good to see you already have a few posts up. I hope you enjoy your stay and i look forward to some nice fresh welsh reports :thumbs

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