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…
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.
So remember, you can’t book here, you can’t register here. Here is for information only. Each event listed here has a link out at the top of it’s description to it’s equivalent at the Wales Outdoors booking area. There you can read a full description and see the location and make your booking.
Ideal if you want to help promote Wales Outdoors (thank yo Suso much if you do), if you have a club, group, blog or similar that you want to share us with and INVALUABLE to Wales based accommodation providers and attraction owners who would like to embed our calendar into their site for their customers use. We will reciprocate with similar level promotion of your business or group too.
No work started on footpath repairs at Pontneddfechan despite the damage occurring prior to lockdown. The main path from Pontneddfechan remains closed.
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’ll let you know when the app is live and will push out links to it’s download page and we do hope that a good few of you take the opportunity to engage with us in a safe and friendly environment before and after getting out on the hill with us 🙂
I’ve run out of time on this one – too late to post much now but suffice to say this is in then pipeline and will be a damning investigative journalism style report into the failings and nepotism that has and is rampant within the Welsh Government delivered tourism portal for Wales, Visit Wales.
We apologise for any inconvenience but point you in the direction of the Welsh Government for answers…
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.
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 🙂
To be brutally honest, the weather was looking just a little bit worse than awful. The heavens had opened yet again the day before, causing more flooding and I was in two minds as to whether to join the 8 Waterfalls Walk organised by Andrew Lamb of Wales Outdoors.
The waterfalls area of the Brecon Beacons National Park is a main tourism attraction for South Wales and rightly so. We deliver a 10 mile 8 waterfalls walk and then we split that into two walks and deliver on different days two 5 mile 4 waterfall walks. These photos are from the second of the four mile waterfall walks.