Melitsa is so very lucky with the weather. You remember that time when it didn’t stop raining don’t you? The floods? It seems oh so long ago and given this current run of glorious weather and the corvid crisis but a dim memory.

But it was the main topic of discussion for over a month and Melitsa was concerned about her walk in the Wye Valley… Biblin’s Bridge was down and perhaps it would continue raining… Wait and see… And on the day… glorious weather and smiles all round!

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Our Wye Valley walk takes in a great cafe at Whitchurch and the giant oxbow and Symmonds Yat and the Wibbly Wobbly Bridge and King Arthurs Cave and of course the wonderful forestry.

Being only about eight miles and with three opportunities to buy a cuppa (in good weather four opportunities to buy an ice lolly) it’s a fine social day out walking.

Melitsa is planning to be back delivering this walk on the 19th July – http://walesoutdoors.co.uk/store/The-Forest-of-Dean-And-Boarder-Country-p183014770 – fingers crossed we have restrictions removed by then.

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Walk leader @ Wales Outdoors, life model @ Cardiff Life Models and poet @ Self Published I opened the first mountain bike hire business in the Brecon Beacons National Park in 1995. Since then my business, Wales Outdoors, has grown and morphed and is now the most active and most popular guided walks and adventure travel provider in Wales. Andy has been a volunteer co-ordinator, guided walks programme organiser and part time central area warden for the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, chair of Brecon Beacons Tourism, a Duke of Edinburghs area co-ordinator, a Princes Trust social inclusion manager, the catalyst for the Brecon Beacons National Park Environment Charter and a key motivator for the inception of the outdoor activity peer group, SWOAPG. Join Me! for a walk or two :)