It’s that time of year again for our guide to the best of the Crickhowell Walking Festival starting this Saturday!
Due to the success of last year’s festival we’re sure this year will be another hit. There’s so much going on but here are our top 5 picks…
This challenging walk starts off easy but slowly clumvs to steep hills with a nice decent down to Rhiwiau. This is a great opportunity to try out your Nordic poles, or the team are happy to lend you some.
This walk sees FIVE major summits including two of the highest in the Black Mountains looking over the Wye Valley. The 14 miles ends at the fascinating Grywne Fawr Dam for a quick bit of history to top it all off.
For those that want something relaxing with a bit of culture, this walk follows the sites seen by many of the artists from the 18th century to this day with some spectacular views. There’s a reason why the National Park has inspired so many masterpieces!
A Twmpath is the Welsh word for Ceilidh, so leave your walking boots at home for this one and get your dancing shoes on! It doesn’t matter how tired your legs are after a day of hiking, it’s guaranteed that local band Cat’s Claw will get you moving.
This ambitious walk covers forestry, summits, dams and farmsteads covering 12 miles. But don’t worry there’ll be time for lunch at the highest point in Monmouthshire!