With snow seemingly falling everywhere overnight apart from within the green bubble that surrounds our house we headed out on a mini adventure in search of the snowfalls that we could see on the hills in the distance. We found our patch just outside Chepstow in Upper Wyndcliff.
We started our walk outside Shepherd’s shop on the main road (A4188) next to the Gower Heritage Centre and followed the signs for Three Cliffs bay. You’ll need wellies as it was quite muddy in places. There was a small charge for car parking which was payable inside the shop.
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
So here is our tried & tested view of South/West & Mid Wales & a photographical log of just some of the naturally beautiful places we have visited, from coastline to mountains and ruins to heritage we endeavoured to take in as much of our part of the world as possible with just petrol in the car, often welly boots… 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
Making the effort to venture out to watch the sunrise can be beautifully rewarding, our favourite place to watch the sunrise is from Tor Y Foel mountain in the Brecon Beacons National park, it lied adjacent and overlooking Talybont reservoir. The parking spot is high enough to be able to take in 360 panoramic views with very minimum effort, with… View Post