Friday 7th June
For this walk, we return to some hillsides east of the Taff which we last visited nearly a decade ago to view Bronze Age burial cairns, mediaeval house platforms and ancient ‘wandering walls’ (What’s a ‘wandering wall’? Come along and find out!) And besides the archaeology, we’ll take a look at the ecology and geology too – so expect rocks and moorland, curious holes and wild modern-day inhabitants!
Meet: southernmost lay-by beside Llwyn-on Reservoir off A470 (OS grid ref SO 009118)
Time: 10am – 4pm
Distance: 9km / 5.5 miles
Ascent: 250m / 800ft
To book onto a walk please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Alan Bowring, 01874 620415 or Clarissa Price, 01874 620420.
*All the walks are free but a donation of £5 for a full day and £3 for a half day is suggested. Walks will go ahead even if it’s raining so go prepared with appropriate outdoor clothing, footwear and food and water