A dramatic peak in the heart of the Brecon Beacons.
- Heading towards Neuadd House in the Taf Fechan valley.
- The Graig Fan Ddu scarp, up to 150 metres high, towering over the Lower Neuadd Reservoir.
- Lower Neuadd Reservoir, with Graig Fan Ddu on the left and Cribyn (795 metres) in the distance. The taller peaks to the left of Cribyn are hidden in the clouds.
- Towards Blaen Taf Fechan. From left to right are the Graig Fan Ddu scarp, Corn Du (873 metres), Pen y Fan (886 metres), Cribyn and Fan y Bîg (719 metres). The Upper Neuadd Reservoir dam can be seen below the two main peaks.
- Island in the Upper Neuadd Reservoir.
- Blaen Taf Fechan, with Corn Du, Pen y Fan and Cribyn. The ridge to the left of Corn Du begins with the Craig Gwaun Taf scarp, which later becomes the Graig Fan Ddu scarp.
- Stupendous view of the glacial Cwm Cynwyn valley from Bwlch ar y Fan, with Cribyn's Craig Cwm Cynwyn scarps on the left, Fan y Bîg on the right, and the rolling lowlands of Mid Wales in the distance. Mid Wales begins at Brecon, with Mynydd Epynt (max 478 metres) being the first range of hills.
- The Upper and Lower Neuadd Reservoirs, with Pontsticill Reservoir in the distance. In between is the hidden Pentwyn Reservoir.
- The eastern side of the main Brecon Beacons range, with Cribyn on the left, and Fan y Bîg, Gwaun Cerrig Llwydion (754 metres) and Waun Rydd (769 metres) on the right.
- The distant Black Mountains. The rounded peak and spiked peak are Waun Fach (811 metres) and Pen y Gadair Fawr (800 metres), the tallest peaks in the range.
- Reaching the top of Cribyn, with Corn Du and Pen y Fan in the background.
- Corn Du and Pen y Fan seen over Cwm Sere. Pen y Fan's Craig Cwm Sere is the tallest glacial scarp in the Brecon Beacons, dropping as much as 386 metres to the valley bottom.