Your Guide to Bannau Brycheiniog
My name is Jane, I am a qualified and fully insured Mountain Leader and a NNAS Tutor.
I am a NNAS Gold award holder and I’m First Aid qualified.
Being Scottish, from an early age, when I climbed my first Munro at school, I completely fell in love with the hills and mountains and this is where, I can honestly say, I still feel completely free.
For me, I am at my happiest when I’m in the great outdoors, exploring with my little Westie dog, Charlie.
I work collaboratively with a wonderful team of qualified guides to be able to bring you some memorable experiences.
I am a member of the British Mountaineering Council (BMC) and the Mountain Training Association (MTA).
I am a volunteer trainee for the Western Beacons Mountain Rescue team
We cater for all abilities.
I’m very aware that we all have to start somewhere. I remember being nervous when I first ventured out on my own (my map reading and compass skills were, let’s say, basic). I joined some guided walks and, not only did I make some great friends as a result but I learned so much from my walking companions and leaders, I was so much more confident on my solo ventures.
My fitness has fluctuated through the years so, again, I’m personally aware of feeling anxious about going on group walks, I was always thinking “will I be able to keep up?” That is why, we offer a range of guided walks – from beginner to experienced, from day walks, weekend or longer programmes
We are happy to work with groups and organisations to deliver a bespoke guided walk – you tell us what you want and we’ll put together a programme to suit your group’s abilities and aspirations.