Category Archives: Walking Wednesday

Walking Wednesday-Pen-y-Crug-near Brecon

Standing on the summit of a prominent hill above the UskValley, Pen-y-Crug is one of the most impressive hillforts in the Brecon Beacons National Park.  It can be found at a height of 331m on the Crug, a hill just outside … Continue reading

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Walking Wednesday-Twyn y Gaer

The remains of an Iron Age hillfort can be seen on the grassy mound of  Twyn y Gaer. Though little remains of this ancient structure, it’s easy to see why our ancestors picked this naturally defensive spot to settle. On a clear … Continue reading

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Brecon Beacons Walking Wednesday: An Old World War II Crash Sight at Garreg Goch

Walking Wednesday – An Old World War II Crash Sight at Garreg Goch By Mark Soanes, Call of the Wild. Crashed World War II Wellington Bomber, Garreg Goch. This weeks walking Wednesday is something quite different, it comes from Mark Soanes, Call … Continue reading

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Walk Wednesday-The Iconic Beacon’s Horseshoe

Thank you to the Simply Strolling Blog for sharing their adventure along the iconic Beacons Horseshoe walk with us! Check it out below. Sometimes there’s a walk that you did years ago, then decided not to do because of the … Continue reading

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Walk Wednesday: A Walk to the Great Pen Y Fan

PEN Y FAN – The easiest way to the top of Pen y Fan and Corn Du. This week’s Walk Wednesday is all about the highest peak in the National Park and southern Britain.  Here’s another great guide, from the man … Continue reading

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Walk Wednesday: Hay-on-Wye Circular and a Taste of Offa’s Dyke

A Taste of Offa’s Dyke Path This week’s Walk Wednesday is a contribution from Drover Holidays, who are based in Hay-on-Wye. Here’s a walk that offers an excellent insight to the surrounding Hay-on-Wye area and really showcases what is on … Continue reading

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Craig y Nos Circular Walk – A taste of the Tawe.

With lakes, ponds and big valley views, this circular walk at Craig y Nos is short but sweet. You’ll be crossing rivers via stepping stones and passing the National Showcaves Centre for Wales at Dan-yr-Ogof – a real rock star. … Continue reading

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