One of most accessible hills in the Brecon Beacons, with a car park offering a near-level pathway to the summit, the Blorenge is a very popular hill between Blaenavon and Abergavenny. The nearby Keepers pond is also very popular, and the nearby Punchbowl pond is also well walked. 

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The car park offers the quickest and easiest walk up the Blorenge. | Tamron Adaptall SP 24-48 @ 24mm, f11.

You can walk the Blorenge from most directions and I have walked if from Llanfoist Canal before that offers a very steep track that will have you pretty much scrambling towards the end.

Blorenge
The path from the car park is very gentle, but a nice walk. | Tamron Adaptall SP 24-48 @ 24mm, f11.

This walk was from a nearby layby, rather than parking at the car park I walked just a bit further so I could also wander past the Keepers Pond on the way back. The walk is very easy, country lane for the first part, a well-worn path from the car park to the summit and back and then a grassy path to the Keepers Pond and back to the car.

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The gentle walk doesn’t distract from the fact you are high enough to be above the clouds at times. | Tamron Adaptall SP 24-48 @ 24mm, f11.
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Always good to see a trig point. | Tamron Adaptall SP 24-48 @ 24mm, f11.

Great hill to do with the kids because you are high up so get the views, but without too much exertion.

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Sunshine hitting the path. | Tamron Adaptall SP 24-48 @ 24mm, f11.