The ‘Lone Wolf’ campsite is a privately owned niche woodland site located just outside Aberdulais in South Wales. There is a 20 acre natural deciduous woodland…
The signs they are a changing For a good ling time we have been complaining about the signage in the Waterfalls Area of the Brecon…
We have bitten the bullet and are now listing a handful of walks on TripAdvisor, to be a gateway to Wales Outdoors and the walking…
Just as a teaser and a few days before we get out there we thought we’d share these rather lovely long exposure shots taken last year whilst out in Waterfalls Country in the Breton Beacons National Park.
We have historically made bookings and changes to those bookings and these details are kept by us on a manually maintained list. We will be removing all RSVP’s from Meetup so as to avoid confusion.
EVERY ad will receive promotion via a blog post similar to this, will be available to view through the android app and will be promoted to both the meetup membership and the Facebook page, reaching up to 20,000 people who have expressed a keen interest in walking!
We will meet at suitable locations and the leader will describe the walk, the conditions underfoot and the estimated time it will take. We will do this whilst observing the prevailing social distancing guidance. You will be reminded there is to be no sharing of kit, clothing, food or drinks.
The small print page provides information relative to all of our events. We’ve kept it to a minimum, to be clear about timings, leaders, money etc and it is your responsibility to ensure you are happy with the information and simple conditions.
We're waiting for an offer of a discount for Wales Outdoors members to subscribe with so don't go downloading the app right now but suffice to say, we're impressed and whether or not we get a carrot we will still be recommending that you get the ViewRanger App. We'll obviously keep you posted on the ViewRanger incentive when we know more.
Roman forts, roads, military camps and villas have been identified by a new analysis of aerial photographs taken in the 2018 heatwave across Wales.
The five-mile travel guideline in Wales could remain in place all summer, with no plans to lift the limit until July at the earliest according to First Minister Mark Drakeford. This will make Wales over two months behind England in this and seriously damages business and so the people of Wales’ ability to thrive.
Not with any thought that either Boris or Mark will be back in touch (if they do respond I’ll post the response here) but more out of irony and so, with hubris, I’ll be able to, at some stage in the future, quite truthfully state ‘I told you so’.
The following article was first published in Wales Online – There are problems with the content of the article which clearly indicates the lack of vision being employed by the BBNP Members. And of course the five mile drive rule of thumb still applies, although we guess you could cycle there (for some reason there appears to be a 40 mile rule of thumb for cycling!).
That's right - you can win 20 months of OS Maps for your desktop, laptop, tablet and phone, worth £40, only with this Wales Outdoors competition!
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Let’s deal with todays news point by disappointing point… but first let’s highlight something that is reported on the BBC News pages that might blow your mind and is something that I’ve been shouting about since day 1… The Welsh Government has been advised that the virus survives “only for minutes outside but for hours on indoor surfaces”.