Angela Bishop, Sue Hogan
Date: Wednesday 26th October 2011 10:00am
Start & finish point: Fro Car Park Grid ref SO293201
Distance: 10 miles
Time to walk: Approx 6 hours
Description: Fantastic views and plenty of historical interest en route – including churches, a commemorative stone and an ancient hill fort. This circular route along quiet paths is designed to show walkers the natural beauty and places of historical interest that this part of Wales is known for. We should have great views of the hills around Abergavenny, the Black Mountains and the Grwyne Fawr and Llanthony valleys – and the Brecon Beacons on a clear day. Three churches, a well, interesting old dwellings, a commemorative stone and an ancient hill fort make up the historical interest on this walk.
Terrain: lots of stiles, three moderate slopes, possible muddy paths, some lane and minor road walking
For your rucksack: Bring your own packed lunch and drink.
Price: £5 per ticket
Kindly sponsored by: The Skirrid Mountain Inn Llanvihangel Crucorney
This walk is no longer on sale. You might like to consider a walk from our June 2012 festival.