The route is uphill, gently at first but then after the reservoir steeply up to the summit of Fan Llia and then a steep descent back to the start point. 17km and 500m of ascent.
It’s camping with a wide range of activities and much for Andy to share, he having been visiting this area of France since being a nipper.
Meeting at Pont ar Daf car park we will have a four hour exploration of Pen y Fan and will likely go up following the river to the source of The Taff and then up over Corn Du and onto Pen y Fan.
It was a big water day but bright and sunny too – in fact a perfect day for a walk in the waterfalls area of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
After a fabulous morning solstice walk and tea and cake and the Brecon Beacons National Park Visitor Centre then a pub lunch in Brecon we headed to Pont ar Day Car Park and met up with a fine group of brave walkers from the Wales Outdoors meetup group.
Getting towards the end of the year and the last but one waterfalls walk and one surprisingly not well attended, not sure why, maybe everyone was out last minute shopping, but hey, that meant we had the waterfalls to ourselves 🙂