You coming from afar for our Waterfalls Walk? Well, we recommend booking accommodation at Sgwd Gwladys cafe – The staff are great, it’s en suit rooms and a bunkroom so small and large groups catered for and it’s at the walks start point.
NO change of date or credits will be available after June 5th as we need to draw a line under the admin and move forwards with a clear idea of numbers wishing to attend any event so that we may plan and implement safety protocols appropriately.
Starting at Hillend this day long walk will see us walk, with the backpackers who are enjoying two nights of camping, from Hillend campsite along the beach and out towards Worms Head then along the dramatic cliffs towards Port Eynon and back to Overton.
Starting at Llanmadoc this day long walk will see us walk with the backpackers, who are enjoying two nights of camping, out to Whitford Lighthouse and then along the beach as far as Burry Holms. Here we’ll show you the coastal footpath and send you back to the start point.
The walk is 24 miles in total and so we’ll need to average about 8 miles a day for the duration from Llanmadoc to Oxwich. At the start of the walk we’ll arrange to leave a car or two at Oxwich so we have a shuttle sorted for the end of the walk on Sunday.
This is a budget walking holiday but this time it’s over the festive season so be prepared to PARTY! The accommodation is spot on with plenty of room, games, showers etc. Guiding, most food/essentials and accommodation is provided. You will need mountain kit and small backpack and, if you must, posh clothes for New Years Eve 😉
We will meet at the Brecon Beacons National Park Mountain Centre and if the weather is good for us we’ll witness a timeless event, sunrise as the ancients would have seen it on the shortest day of the year.
Starting at a lay-by on the A470 we’ll walk a route that will see us rather alone for a good deal of the day despite walking to the summit of the highest mountain in Southern Britain, Pen y Fan. This walk is 20km and has over 1000m of ascent so we regard this as a challenge event for seasoned walkers 🙂
This walk takes Andy back to when he lived at Forest Lodge and opened the first mountain bike hire centre in the Brecon Beacons. We’ll meet at Forest Lodge and then follow Sarn Helen, a Roman Road, to the Hanging Valley, perhaps the most beautiful spot in the National Park.