Ysgyryd Fawr (The Skirrid) near AbergavennyInformationA visual interpretation of Owen Sheers' poem The Steelworks. www.3vtv.co.ukReturn to Walk No. 7 Page last updated 07.09.12View towards the Skirrid I presume the track in the foreground just leads into the field as it isn't...Church at Llanddewi Skirrid The church is dedicated to St David....the final ascent, and myself well wrapped up returning from Sugar Loaf towards Bryn Arw. BRYN ARWAuthors: Brian Taylor & Mark Eliot ~ Find It!The Skirrid (486 metres), the outlier of the Black Mountains. It has a distinctive summit, with a...The north face of the Skirrid The horse barely moved - even when I opened the gate! Note also the...Minor road west of the Skirrid In this view the hill Deri is ahead. This road must take some traffic...HISTORY: The Skirrid Mountain Inn is believed to be the oldest pub in Wales which began in 1110. It...Southern end of the Skirrid summit ridge The route will soon plunge downhill towards Caer Wood. The...1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 The Skirrid overlooks the town in this photo by...The Skirrid Mountain Inn. Reputed to be the oldest in Wales. Selected for Google Maps and Google...Sugar Loaf and Skirrid from Pen Cerrig-calch (Day 5, Photo 8 of 9) [Day1] [Day2] [Day3] [Day4] Day5...View from public footpath near the Skirrid car park Most people just go straight up the Skirrid, but...descending Skirrid...jpg Tom, Sheep and Skirrid (Jim) First | Previous Picture | Next Picture | LastSkirrid FawrWarrage - in the mid-distance is Artha and the Skirrid is on the horizonThe landslide on the Skirrid, as seen from Abergavenny.The front of The Wanut Tree Inn at Llanddewi Skirrid.Email Ken PSkirrid InnView larger image Gallery Page 2 of 4 The Sugar Loaf, Abergavenny (Mynydd Pen-y-fâl, Y Fenni) The...The Skirrid Inn near Abergavenny is one of the oldest and most haunted pubs in Wales. Over the years...Skirrid Fawr viewed along the capstone. It seems likely that before the capstone slumped to one side...Looking towards the Sugarloaf From the footpath leading towards Pant Skirrid.