By: Capturing Travel
Destination: North Wales, UK
Walking Around 40minutes walk from the bridge in Llangollen By car Accessible from four different directions, plenty of lay-bys but no official car park. By Bike If you don't mind hills!
My favourite route is simple and short but in my opinion, offers some of the best views for photography. This involves parking in one of the lay-bys and heading up the hill then along the edge of the rock faces.
Above Panorama Walk is Eglwyseg Mountain, there are countless paths to explore which provide many different walking routes. There is also a considerable amount of history to Eglwyseg Mountain.
The steep rock faces are popular with climbers but also make great subjects or foregrounds for landscape photography.
In the morning, if the conditions are right, usually in the Autumn and Winter It’s a great place to capture a cloud/temperature inversion. Generally, these occur during high pressures and low temperatures.
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