A walk in David’s series taking in mountain peaks crashed plane sites in the Brecon Beacons National Park
An 8 mile mountain walk and taking in three crashed plane sites. [fareharbor shortname=”walesoutdoors” fallback=”simple” full_items=”yes” flow=”no” items=”286541″ type=”small”]
Starting at a lay-by on the A470 we’ll walk to the West of the Central Beacons and will explore the fabulous Forest Fawr
This is a fun and full exploration of Merthyr Mawr
This is a Challenge Walk for experienced and regular walkers only.
This is a guided walk to the summit of Pen y Fan (the highest mountain in Southern Britain) and we’ll keep you away from the crowds 🙂
Aimed primarily at Parents and Kids this walk is also open to all, so, go get booking! Blaen y Glyn is a fine location set…
Timed to coincide with low water we will be exploring the intertidal zone between Ogmore and Southerndown – so a tide out beach walk/rocky scramble.
Timed to coincide with low water (13.01) we will be exploring the intertidal zone between Ogmore and Southerndown – so a tide out beach walk/rocky…
A 7.5 mile walk also suitable for children. This walk starts and finishes at the Parc le Breos car park.
Some wonderful dues, a fine pool and of course the ocean 🙂
Here’s looking forward to another fine day out exploring secret places in the Brecon Beacons…
Stunning, wild and empty… a six mile beach to ourselves 🙂