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Suitable for accompanied children and families.

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Two Boots
Brecon Beacons National Park Authority
No Dogs
One or more steep climbs
Special Interest
Suitable for Young Children

Walk 10. Crug Hywel Torchlight Procession


SPONSORED BY: Rural Alliances
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Fun for all the family - torches on Table Mountain at dusk. Walk up Table Mountain (about 1250ft ascent) to get there at dusk, to meet Singplicity for some St David's Day harmony singing! Then back down with torches ablaze to the Clarence Hall for soup and a roll and more fun activities. Bring a decent torch, warm clothes and good boots/shoes as the paths. Watch the website for more news.

  rural alliances 

This event has been funded by the EU's Interreg IVB NWE Programme together with the Welsh Government's Targeted Match Funding programme.    

Saturday, 1 March
Meeting Point: Clarence Hall, Crickhowell
Times: 4.30pm to 7.30pm
Distance: 3 miles
Walk led by: Bill Chase
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THE 2014 WALKING FESTIVAL IS OVER. SEE YOU IN 2015!
£2.50



 


Two Boots

Walk 26. Sugar Loaf the Easy Way Up


A gentle ascent of Sugar Loaf with an unfolding panorama of the surrounding countryside. A spiral walk up the Sugar Loaf, not too steep, except at the end. Expect 360 degree views of Black Mts, Usk Valley and Herefordshire and beyond, if the weather is kind. There is a fairly steep descent down the eastern flank. All to be taken at a gentle pace. Ascent 1000ft.

Monday, 3 March
Meeting Point: Mynydd Llanwenarth Car Park SO 268167
Times: 2pm to 5pm
Distance: 4 miles
Walk led by: David Thomas
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THE 2014 WALKING FESTIVAL IS OVER. SEE YOU IN 2015!
£5.00



 


One Boot
Special Interest
Suitable for Wheelchairs

Walk 70. Discover Crickhowell


SPONSORED BY: Ty Gwyn B&B, Crickhowell

A town history walk. A gentle stroll around Crickhowell looking at the buildings and places of interest and learning something about the history of the town from a member of the Crickhowell History Society.

Afterwards back to Ty Gwyn for complimentary tea and cakes.

Saturday, 8 March
Meeting Point: Ty Gwyn, Brecon Road, Crickhowell SO 217188
Times: 2pm to 4pm
Distance: 2 miles
Walk led by: Robert Gant
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THE 2014 WALKING FESTIVAL IS OVER. SEE YOU IN 2015!
£5.00