Classic Pen y Fan Horseshoe And Spitfire Crash Site

Pen y Fan from the South. This 15k classic horseshoe walk crosses the valley below the now demolished lower Neuadd dam and climbs on to the Craig Fan Ddu ridge where we will aim to find the only Spitfire crash site in the Brecon Beacons National Park.

When Will ‘They’ Get It?

3: Are you prepared to write to charities and ask for a self imposed limit of 20 max participants in any event? This I have arbitrarily imposed and I think it is a good starting point. Further discussion on numbers could be had but I set 20 as my limit and I break that group into two and we get along just fine. I only ever attend mid week or for sunset or sunrise walks. So…

Summer Solstice Sunrise On Pen Y Fan

The walk to the summit will follow a lesser walked route to the summit and we will descend by the main path. It can be cold on the top even in good weather so warm layers and waterproofs are essential.

Summer Solstice Sunset On Pen Y Fan

The walk to the summit will follow a lesser walked route to the summit and we will descend by the main path. It can be cold on the top even in good weather so warm layers and waterproofs are essential.

Easter Sunset On Pen Y Fan

The walk to the summit will follow a lesser walked route to the summit and we will descend by the main path. It can be cold on the top even in good weather so warm layers and waterproofs are essential.

Vernal Equinox Sunset On Pen Y Fan

The walk to the summit will follow a lesser walked route to the summit and we will descend by the main path. It can be cold on the top even in good weather so warm layers and waterproofs are essential.

Pen Y Fan From The North

A fine and lesser ventured route up and onto Pen y Fan and available to most levels of fitness, so long as you can dig deep for the up. it’s a 12km and 700m of ascent over, in the main, good surfaces. We’ll take it easy on the way up so as to accommodate those who are beginning to get out there and walk the mountains.

Winter Solstice Sunset On Pen Y Fan

The walk to the summit will follow a lesser walked route to the summit and we will descend by the main path. It can be cold on the top even in good weather so warm layers and waterproofs are essential.