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The Mountains & Waterfalls of Wales

Hosted by the Consul of the London Countryside Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Fri 22 Mar 18:00 - Sun 24 Mar 15:00

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Hike past a series of amazing waterfalls and walk behind one

Witness a typical U-shaped glacial valley

Visit the largest burial cairn in the Beacons


THE WATERFALLS HIKE ( Protected content )

We begin with what can only be described as a sublime hike, a circuit of up to 7 waterfalls in the most renowned waterfall area of the UK.
“Snow falls” – walk behind a waterfall and come out the other side – must be tried once in a lifetime! Other highlights include caves and the waterfall visitor centre.


BLAEN Y GLYN “hanging valley” Ridgeline walk (9 miles)

A walk around this glacial valley, which has many special geological characteristics and lots to discover. There is a short challenging ascent at the beginning, but once you are up you stay up - true skyline walking. One of the most varied and interesting walks in the Beacons

You should plan to take a part of Friday March 22nd off work to travel to Wales. There are no train stations near the beginning or end of the hikes which are in the mountain regions. A few people can be picked up and dropped off at Abergavenny station, car share is recommended


(a) 2 nights (Twin) hotel in City Centre

(b) 2 Breakfasts

(c) Services of a guide for 2 days (Fully qualified Mountain leader)

Not included:

Travel to Abergavenny (Car share with other attendees)

Single room supplement £100

Other food/drink (Saturday morning we'll stop at a local supermarket to pick up lunch provisions, dinner in Abergavenny)