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Mill Garden & Castle (By martincook)

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Llyn y Fan Fawr (By martincook)

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Pembrey Country Park Coast (By martincook)

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Corn Du Horse Shoe and Llywn on Reservoir (By martincook)

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Llyn Y Fan Fach (By martincook)

Beware narrow single track to get to the Carpark below the Reservoir and decent walk from Carpark to the Reservoir

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Worms Head, Rhossilli (By martincook)

Bit of a trek from car Park but worth it. Film made using Mavic Pro 2 and Osmo Pocket

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Carron Valley Reservoir (By Anonymous)

Parking in forestry commission car park, chargeable, have pound coins handy! Short walk to many good flying sites.

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Trevone Beach (By OzoneVibe)

Good car-parking right next to the beach. Plenty of places to take-off …. when the place isn't heaving … and quite a few when it is.

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Glason Dock (By Anonymous)

There is a pay and display carpark as you arrive at the location on the left. then cross the road and walk to the sea wall walk to the left and there are some steps to get on to the "beach" not that it is much of one. but it is a great area to take off and land.

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The Wrekin (By Klokman)

Free Parking at TF6 5AL (approx.) MTB, Dog friendly, gentle 1mile walk to summit up reasonable path. Occasionally No Fly due to Paragliders. Height: 407m (1335ft) Excellent views of Shropshire and Wales from the top. The Wrekin is the subject of a well-known legend in Shropshire folklore. A giant called Gwendol Wrekin ap Shenkin ap Mynyddmawr with a grudge against the town of Shrewsbury decided to flood the town and kill all its inhabitants. So he collected a giant-sized spadeful of earth and set off towards the town. When in the vicinity of Wellington he met a cobbler returning from Shrewsbury market with a large sackful of shoes for repair. The giant asked him for directions, adding that he was going to dump his spadeful of earth in the River Severn and flood the town. "It's a very long way to Shrewsbury," replied the quick-thinking shoemaker. "Look at all these shoes I've worn out walking back from there!" The giant immediately decided to abandon his enterprise and dumped the earth on the ground beside him, where it became the Wrekin. The giant also scraped the mud off his boots, which became the smaller hill Ercall Hill nearby. Ironically Shrewsbury is subjected to flooding from the River Severn on frequent occasions naturally.

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