Some people opt to paint the town red. We painted the hills green and became mobile artists masterpiece painters. We found a beautiful spot and created our canvases of the world the way we see it…
The Brecon Beacons is home to some beautiful reservoirs which are especially glorious during the autumn when the hillsides and woodlands surrounding them burst into an array of spectacular colours. It’s a real autumnal treat. With the sky bright blue and the air chilly we decided to take a drive through the hills and stop off along the way to… View Post
Today I went on a mummy adventure, just myself and the kids, we headed out for a walk in the Brecon Beacons and stumbled upon Garwnant visitors centre.
We started our adventures for 2015 with a sun rise walk to the top of Pen Y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales. We started our walk from the Pont ar Daf car park located along the A470 a few minutes in a westerly direction from the Storey Arms. We used this walked as a quality time slot with… View Post
There’s nothing more beautiful than a clear, crisp, and fresh winters day walk. We parked in the Upper Blaen Y Glyn carpark (which in itself is an ideal location for waterfall hunting and picnicking) and headed up the steep path next to the cattle grid that lies to your right as heading out of the carpark. We climbed the path… View Post
We decided to embark on a Sunday afternoon adventure to a beautiful place nestled within the heart of the Brecon Beacons. Craig Cerrig-Gleisiad y Fan Frynych sits in a National NatureReserve & is a great example of how the ice age formed the bowls within the mountains, rich in wildlife the cliffs act as a vertical woodland with trees and… View Post
Todays walk was just that, just a walk with no real plan, just going with the wind 🙂 But we did have one mission in mind and that was to try to find evidence of frost fairies & ice queens. We set out early morning as the sun rose & passed lots of frost whilst in the car but when… View Post