After coming up from the coast we crossed the road at Morfa Mawr and followed the signposted route at the edge of the field to the kissing gate in the bottom left corner. We then continued downhill on the (at the moment muddy and slippery) slope to the bridge over the river itself.
|This is the well-built wooden bridge that crosses the river Daron.|
|The river makes a few twists and turns as it lazily winds its way along the valley floor.|
|This was a particularly muddy section, but which should be dry in the summer.|
|As you can see it's quite a peaceful, pretty little valley.|
|This is where the route terminates back in the village. The path actually runs along the edge of the old, and now dry, mill-pond for the ruined water mill opposite the bakery.|