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Fan Bwlch Chwyth

This is the final hill on a two-day walk – albeit one that started late on day one and finished early on day 2, so in reality it…

Yr Allt

The walk starts by descending Carreg Cadno, crossing the Beacons Way and hopping over a barbed wire fence and picking up the gravel road, which you follow right…

Carreg Cadno

Parking is in a decent car park underneath Fan Gyhirych, but bear in mind that this route ends at Carreg Cadno because I wild camped for the night…

Pen-y-crug

You can park anywhere in Brecon to walk this hill, I only parked at the canal so I could visit a cafĂ© and do a bit of a…

Cefn Llechid

My route is based on parking just at the turn off into the country lane. There is room for one, maybe two cars here and you can see…

Bryn

Bryn is a 562m hill in the Central Brecon Beacons. The route above also takes in Waun Rydd, a 769m mountain, but you could just tick off the…

Allt Forgan

A lengthy hike to Allt Forgan, a 513m hill in the Brecon Beacons. The route takes in many waterfalls, a mountain, dramatic ridgeways and offers spectacular Beacons views….

The Begwyns

A family-friendly short walk of this 415m Powys hill offering spectacular views South over the whole Brecon Beacons range. You can drive up the country lane and there…

Reflections on the first 150 (ish…)

When I decided, towards the end of the second lockdown, to see if I could walk a mountain from home I had no idea I would, just 7…