Despite the weather the views on this day were spectacular and made the more memorable by the effort required by the walkers to gain the ridges and summit. Well done all 🙂
So, until we get clear and sensible advice and until cafes and bars are ordered closed we’ll be delivering guided walks in the Great Outdoors every Saturday and Sunday and sometimes during the week too 🙂
Following a day on the hill walking the 2000 footers of Fforest Fawr and being battered by a storm with winds of up to 50mph we were happy to be in sunshine and in the valleys of the waterfalls area of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
This is how we are going to build the pages on this website, with each walk having a full description, with details of height gained and distance, with a gallery and with a video fly through…
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.
Despite the early start, it was still dark when we gathered at the car park of the Brecon Beacons National Park visitor centre, we had a large group of keen walkers turn up for our megaliths and roman road and Iron Age solstice sunrise walk.
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.
Kathryn was along for the session and quite sensibly made notes on her smartphone, which she then shared. The pics here are mostly hers and they are a great resource for the group. Thank you Kathryn!
Andy picked up a couple of university students after his Saturday morning yoga session at Cardiff International Pool with the amazing Yoga With Tori and headed off to the Brecon Beacons for a Four Waterfall Walk.