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Two Boots

Walk 08. 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.

Saturday, 28 February
Meeting Point: Mynydd Llanwenarth Car Park SO 268167
Times: 2pm to 5pm
Distance: 4 miles
Walk led by: David Thomas
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20 places left
£6.00



 


Two Boots
No Dogs
One or more steep climbs
Special Interest
Suitable for Young Children

Walk 10. Crug Hywel Torchlight Procession (Adults booking)


Fun for all the family - torches on Table Mountain at dusk. Walk up Table Mountain (about 1250ft ascent) to get there at dusk. There you will 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. Bring a decent torch, warm clothes and good boots/shoes as the paths may be slippery in places. Watch Facebook, the website and your emails for alternatives in case of inclement weather.

Please book adults here (£6.00)

Saturday, 28 February
Meeting Point: Clarence Hall, Crickhowell
Times: 4.30pm to 7.30pm
Distance: 3 miles
Walk led by: Bill Chase
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50 places left
£6.00



 


Two Boots
No Dogs
One or more steep climbs
Special Interest
Suitable for Young Children

Walk 10A Crug Hywel Torchlight Procession (U14 booking)


Please book children under age 14 here (£2.50).

Saturday, 28 February
Meeting Point: Clarence Hall, Crickhowell
Times: 4.30pm to 7.30pm
Distance: 3 miles
Walk led by: Bill Chase
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50 places left
£2.50



 


One Boot
No Dogs
Special Interest

Walk 33. Llangynidr waterways and History


SPONSORED BY: Red Lion, Llangynidr

A stroll along the lovely Mon and Brec Canal, taking in the history of the Llangynidr section. To begin with an easy walk to the river and along the footpath going west joining the canal in the village of Llangynidr. A look at the old workhouse and back along the canal to the car park.

Complimentary refreshments in the Red Lion.

Monday, 2 March
Meeting Point: Llangynidr Village Car Park SO155195
Times: 9.00 am to 1.00 pm
Distance: 6 miles
Walk led by: Phil Evans
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20 places left
£6.00



 


One Boot
Special Interest
Suitable for Wheelchairs

Walk 74. Discover Crickhowell


SPONSORED BY: Glan y Dwr Bed & Breakfast

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.

Saturday, 7 March
Meeting Point: CRiC
Times: 2pm to 4pm
Distance: 2 miles
Walk led by: ** tba
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15 places left
£6.00



 


Two Boots

Walk 84. The Last Hurrah!


Mark the end of the Festival with an easy walk up Table Mountain. A gentle walk along country lanes before a steep climb onto the hills to the top of Table Mountain. Look down on Crickhowell and the Usk Valley and then descend quite sharply down to the village. Ascent 1000ft.

Sunday, 8 March
Meeting Point: Llanbedr Village Hall SO239204
Times: 2pm to 4pm
Distance: 4 miles
Walk led by: David Thomas
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20 places left
£6.00