We headed out for a Sunday afternoon walk, we checked the forecast and set out to climb to the top of Corn Ddu which sits in good company with the peak of Pen y Fan in the Brecon Beacons national park, Mid Wales.
We started our walk from the car park approx 1/4 mile further up the road on the A470, South bound from The Storey Arms.
We followed the well trodden path from the car park on the A470 by the Storey Arms Map Here, over the bridged river & up towards Pen Y Fan/Corn Ddu.
Our walk lasted about 4 hours at most with a gentle stroll and lots of stops on the route to explore.
Here’s how we got on…
It really was a beautiful walk with stunning views and we were treated to the company of a gorgeous blue sky…
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Another great adventure from FD. Thanks for sharing. One question: my little darlings need walking boots. Where do you get yours? We have a very limited budget!
We tend to buy ours in ‘Soccer Sports’. It’s very reasonable in there and you can pick up pairs for little more than a tenner which isn’t too bad when their feet are growing so quick! x