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Let us pick you up and take you to this place of immense beauty. This 5.5 mile walk along uneven paths takes you along riverside scenery, with steep sided wooded valleys and four breath-taking waterfalls. In a National Park renowned for its sweeping, barren, mountain scenery, high peak lovers are in danger of missing out on this hidden gem. This pocket of dramatic limestone scenery where 4 stunning waterfalls are within a relatively short walk of each other is a truly unique location like no other in the UK. The highlight of the area is Sgwd yr Eira, where you'll venture right behind the gushing torrent of water, a truly unique and memorable experience that you won't forget.
We will transport you from Cardiff, or meet you at the walk location, and guide you to the highest point in Southern Britain, Pen-y-fan. This mountain lies in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of immense beauty, rich in wildlife and history. Once arriving at the National Park you will proceed on your walk, all the time receiving interesting information about the wildlife and history of the area, whilst marvelling at the unfolding scenery around you. There will be plenty of stops for photos. When you arrive at the top the views will take your breath away as you look for miles in every direction. You will pass scenic valleys, glacial lakes and historical monuments. You will then be taken back to your start point.
We will transport you from Cardiff, or meet you at the walk location, and show you that between two of Wales largest cities lies a strip of the Welsh coast that is both beautiful and refreshingly unspoilt. Sitting next to the ocean, this impressive stretch of coastline encompasses wildlife rich river estuaries, sandy beaches, limestone cliffs, rock pools and sweeping ocean views. This 6 mile walk along coastal paths starts near the pretty village of Ogmore-by-sea. We will then proceed parallel to the sea along sandy beaches and clifftop paths with sweeping views across the sea to the English coast, a dream for photographers and lovers of ocean views. Once rested at the beautiful Dunraven Bay, you will return along the coast path, marvelling at how the second highest tidal range in the world has transformed the shoreline.
There are undoubtedly few rivers in the UK that come anywhere near to the beauty of the River Wye. The fifth longest river in the UK rises in the remote uplands of Mid Wales and flows through often mind-blowing scenery to the Severn Estuary. We will meet you in central Cardiff and transport you to this tranquil and iconic valley. This relatively easy 3.5 mile walk passes through ancient woodland, historic villages, and along the banks of the majestic and serene river. You can enter the almost 900 year old Tintern Abbey, one of the most impressive ancient monuments in Wales, attracting visitors from all over the world.
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