Plynlimon

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Plynlimon

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Plinlimon

(both: plĭnlĭm`ən), Welsh Plumlumon Fawr, mountain, 2,468 ft (752 m) high, W Wales, on the Powys-Ceredigion border W of Llanidloes. It has three summits and is the source of the Wye, Severn, and other waters.
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They can take in foothills but also include a trek to the summit of Pumlumon Fawr at 2,468ft (752m).
Deck chairs, sand, lifeguard equipment and even a donkey made their way to the summit of Pumlumon Fawr, the highest point of the Cambrian Mountains, as it was turned into a picturesque beach scene.
"The resulting grid-reference placed the casualties more than 17 km from their reported location, near Pumlumon Fawr, Ceredigion," he said.
Once you get close cairns guide you to the summit of Pumlumon Fawr. Cross the fence and a stone refuge and trig point populate the summit.
Llanilar FC members pass a ball from Pumlumon Fawr to Aberystwyth for cancer charity Latch in memory of junior player Eirian Williams Picture: ROBERT PARRY JONES
Pen Pumlumon Fawr, the highest of Pumlumon's five peaks, is located roughly half-way between Aberystwyth and Llanidloes.
"It will destroy one of the most stunning parts of Ceredigion and completely ruin the view from its highest peak, Pumlumon Fawr." She is urging people to join the protest which will be attended by the artists David Bellamy and Christine Loveluck.
From the hilltops the landscape appears to be almost uniformly flat, though there is in fact considerable variation - from 300 metres or so where the boundary follows the bases of the steeper hillsides to 752 metres at the highest point of Pen Pumlumon Fawr (Plynlimon).
But tourism operators, known collectively as Cambria Active, have now got together to 'brand' the area that offers walking tourists the stunning peak, Pen Pumlumon Fawr at 752m high.
To the north, they will be clearly visible from Pumlumon Fawr (2,469ft) at 38.4 miles.
She needs to climb to the top of Pumlumon Fawr in the unspoilt mountains of Mid-Wales instead.