Check out a most unusual winter natural phenomenon on our three walks, taking in the very best of Snowdonia, Powys and Shropshire
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Those cold, dry, still days that often occur in midwinter are a wonderful time to go out walking, as long as you wrap up well. And in these particular weather conditions, you may be rewarded with one of winter’s most atmospheric spectacles – a ‘frost pocket.’
We’ve picked out three destinations where you’ll have a good chance of encountering a frost pocket this winter – the wilds of Snowdonia, where grand scenery is guaranteed whatever the weather, and the landscapes of Powys, and Shropshire, which have a reputation for winter frost pockets. Just click on the following route numbers for print-ready PDFs...
Route 1 - Look out for Monmouthshire's answer to the Leaning Tower of Pisa!
Route 2 - Discover Iron Age remains on this fantastic walk around the Shropshire hills
Route 3 - Enjoy the best of Snowdnia with a relatively easy walk that offers some spectacular views (pictured above)
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For the full feature on frost-pocket walks, see the January 2017 issue of Welsh Border Life. For back issues, click here
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