The Elan Valley in mid Wales is known mainly for its vast amount of water trapped in some of the biggest Reservoir’s in Wales. Also some stunning walks…
Llyn Tegid circular walk is a lovely afternoons walk, for some peace and solitude or just for a ramble.
Coastal walking is always full of surprises and is often tougher than you originally think. This linear route of 4.5miles (11mile return) includes a pleasant section of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path together with an interesting seaside town. The start is the main carpark just behind the harbor at Saundersfoot (Sat Nav SA69 9HJ). There areContinue reading “Saundersfoot to Tenby on Pembrokeshire Coastal Path”
A great walk through the Black Mountain. Taking in the summits of Fan Hir, Fan Brycheinog, Fan Foel, Waun Lefrith and back to Carreg Goch. Long but satisfying route.
Gallt yr Ogof and Y Foel Goch to the amazing Braich y Ddeugwm ridge in Snowdonia.
This walk leads along the northern hills above Llyn Tegid, offering striking views of the Arenig mountain and open countryside.
Walking up Pen Y Fan – South Wales highest peak and the UKs highest old red sandstone peak.
Exploring Mt Gorllwyn in the remote Elan Valley of Wales…
Mountain walking Moel Siabod in North Wales.
A good circular mountain walk over the summits of Craig Cwm Amarch to Mynydd Moel.