Ystradfellte in the Fforest Fawr area of the Brecon Beacons National Park is famous for its limestone scenery, waterfalls and caves. Here the rebel leader Llywelwyn surrendered ending his 1316 revolt against the English.
Serious cavers might want want to tackle the Wormhole in Porth yr Ogof, but I suspect Rockhoppers will prefer to stay above ground: Fforest Fawr contains the peaks Fan Fawr (734 m), Fan Frynych (629 m), Craig Cerrig-gleisiad (629 m), Fan Llia (632 m), Fan Nedd (663 m), Fan Gyhirych (725 m), Fan Bwlch Chwyth (603 m) and Cefn Cul (562 m), adding to this trip’s linguistic complexity.
We will be staying in the Clyngwyn Bunkhouse.
One of the following payments is required for this meet at the time of booking.Hut fees - Brecon Beacons, 2017-12-15 £34.20