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.
Starting in the west the walks will, bi-monthly, trend eastwards from Moel Gornach in the west to The Black Mountain (South Top) in the east. You can join one or a few or all of these fine mountain walks.
Of course I could be wrong and it could be that these restrictions rumble on due to a spike or the continued mismanagement of the crisis by the AM’s and MP’s. If that’s the case then we’ll bump July too. But, all is currently looking good for July and what a month we have planned in – do check it out 🙂
Blaen y Glyn is a fine location set between Pen y Fan and Talybont on Usk and easy to get to by road from Merthyr Tydfil. This day long walk with plenty of opportunity for photography includes a few highlights that must be mentioned.
This waterfalls walk is a 4 mile day over often rough and broken ground but doable by most levels of ability as we take it easy for the duration. There are two steep hills and some muddy and rocky footpaths and we gain 400 metres over the course of the day. We visit four waterfalls of note and several smaller falls too. One waterfall is available to walk behind!