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David ThomasI have been walking in the mountains for over 50 years, walking on my own for over 40 years and have been a qualified Mountain Leader since 1986. I have walked in high mountains all over the UK and Ireland, Spain, the Pyrennees, the Alps, Ethiopia, Australia and walked the GR20 in Corsica.
A crashed plane and a lesser visited peak are both part of todays walk… About Starting at Pontsticill reservoir dam it goes alongside the reservoir for a couple of kilometres before heading
A crashed plane and a lesser visited peak are both part of todays walk…
Starting at Pontsticill reservoir dam it goes alongside the reservoir for a couple of kilometres before heading gently upwards on a forestry track until we reach the open hillside. Continuing, a good path is followed to a disused limestone quarry and across a limestone hillside to the site of a memorial for a Wellington bomber which crashed on 9th December 1940. From here it is a short step to the summit of Cefn yr Ystrad, the most easterly and rarely visited 600m peak in the Brecon Beacons. A short cross country leg takes us back down to the main path and ultimately back to the start via a short road walk.
Height Gain : 425m Distance : 16km Time : 5hrs
What to bring
* Walking boots please
* Warm layers and waterproofs essential
* Packed lunch
Meet at the start of the narrow road going up the eastern side of the reservoir, CF48 2UP.
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