Walking News


North Wales – 6th to 8th March 2020  

arrived on a beautiful Friday afternoon for a weekend of walking in the Moelwyns, Rhinogs and surrounding area, staying at ‘Treksbunkhouse’ near Llan Festiniog,   however, the forecast was 40-50 mph winds and heavy rain for Saturday, so devised a circular route going west on the North side of the estuary and back round to […]


Brecon Beacons – 23rd February 2020

Starting at the car park at Blaen Y Glyn, near Talybont Reservoir, the walk followed the ridge at a fairly high level as far as Cribyn and took in some varied scenery including waterfalls and the remains of a crashed WW2 bomber and it’s memorial to the young crew who were all sadly killed.  After […]


Gower Peninsula – 24-26th January 2020

A well supported weekend on the Gower Peninsula, staying at the National Trusts Bunkhouse at Cwm Ivy. Walk to Rhossili on Saturday, followed by a Burn’s night supper, with all the trimmings. Sunday’s walk took in the Lighthouse at Whiteford – the last iron lighthouse in Britain. Good to get to the coast early in […]


Forest of Dean – 12th January 2020

First walk of the new year was in the depths of the Forest of Dean, a mixture of industrial archaeology following an old tram way, the sight of some wild boar, plus plenty of mud made for a great day out.