David ThomasI have been walking in the mountains for over 50 years, walking on my own for over 40 years and have been a qualified Mountain Leader since 1986. I have walked in high mountains all over the UK and Ireland, Spain, the Pyrennees, the Alps, Ethiopia, Australia and walked the GR20 in Corsica.
An 8 mile mountain walk and taking in three crashed plane sites. About This walk takes in 3 WW2 crash sites in
An 8 mile mountain walk and taking in three crashed plane sites.
This walk takes in 3 WW2 crash sites in the northern Carmarthen Fans and the highest peak, Fan Brycheiniog. This walk is 8 miles but regarded as strenuous.
At times this walk goes over rough, pathless country so walking boots/shoes are strongly recommended and after rain it will be wet underfoot in places. If you want to get away from the crowds and explore some wild country then this walk is for you.
Height Gain : 450m Distance : 12km Time : 6hrs
What to bring
- Walking boots please
- Warm layers and waterproofs essential
- Packed lunch
Car park on the side of the mountain road approximately half way between Glantawe and Trecastle
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