Penycloddiau Hill Fort – Clwydian AONB

We will visit 2 separate hill forts on this walk, the first Moel Arthur is believed to be the burial place of Bodecia, and then Penycloddiau, which is one of the largest hillforts in Wales, over 20+ hectares. The Clwydians are designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB), and this walk will highlight some of the best parts.

The Dragon’s Back And Waun Fach

This walk ascends the lumps and dips of the Y Grib ridge, known as the Dragon’s Back, from the tip of the tail to the highest point of the Black Mountains, Waun Fach. It takes in the remains of Castell Dinas, the highest castle in Wales and England, which dates from the very earliest days of the Norman conquest of Britain.Virtually all the ascent is in the first half of the walk with a couple of steep but easy sections

Oxwich Bay – Gower Circular Walk

With stunning views from the start this walk doesn’t disappoint. Starting off at Reynoldston, we head up to the footpath and across the heathland. On a clear day you will get to enjoy panoramic views over the Gower Peninsula.

Oxwich Bay – Gower Circular Walk

With stunning views from the start this walk doesn’t disappoint. Starting off at Reynoldston, we head up to the footpath and across the heathland. On a clear day you will get to enjoy panoramic views over the Gower Peninsula.

The Welsh Three Peaks Challenge

With other providers charging well over £200pp and that without accommodation we think our ‘budget’ Welsh Three Peaks Challenge from £0pp to £65pp is not only great value for money but a fine way to make some new friends and to gain the summits of three iconic Welsh mountains in a single day.

Oxwich Bay – Gower Circular Walk

With stunning views from the start this walk doesn’t disappoint. Starting off at Reynoldston, we head up to the footpath and across the heathland. On a clear day you will get to enjoy panoramic views over the Gower Peninsula.

A Roman Road, Secret Valley And Fine Hill

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.