Andy was off with a bad back and so David stepped in to deliver this fine walk in the far west of the Brecon Beacons National Park and taking in Llyn y Fan Fach of the Lady of the Lake legend as well as three major peaks.
Graham is our foraging expert and just before the lockdown he led a walk that up-skilled participants with the tools for surviving the zombie apocalypse (and also taking in the highest waterfall in the Brecon Beacons National Park).
Graham was out and about on his home turf, a walk near Abercrave, on a damp and windy day, and delivering his very much loved foraging and Batman’s cave walk.
What a difference a day makes… from a low level and mild and dry waterfall walk to this – just about as bad as weather in Wales can get!
A couple of years back Andy delivered a series of walks across the Brecon Beacons National Park and they were a great success, taking in, one range or ridge or peak at a time, all of the hills over 2000ft.
And on the first Sunday of the New Year the walking baton was handed to Graham and he led a very enjoyable wander over the amazing small mountain called Cribarth at the the top end of the Swansea Valley.
David was out on a very wet and miserable looking morning and so had some difficult navigation to, erm, navigate, to find the object of desire for this walk, the crashed WW2 Wellington Bomber in the West of the Brecon Beacons National Park.