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landranger68   on 02/06/18 @ 10:20 said:

Hi,There was a lovely section of the Taff Trail i joined from the Usk Vally Way at the Talybont Reservoir passing the Pentwyn and Pontsticll Reservoirs.The only problem was the hard track surface on what was a long day from Abergavenny to Pontsticll

Ridgewalker   on 03/06/18 @ 19:55 said:

Hi,Chrissy the best thing about OD is being able to mingle with like minded outdoor people and just make good walking friends by joining invitations or doing your own. There are a few that happen around these lands, Black Mountains ,Elan Valley, Aberedw, etc, or you may want to arrange one yourself..

landranger68   on 03/06/18 @ 22:17 said:

Hi Ridgewalker.yes there are two beautiful ridge walks from Hay-on Wye.bothon Offas Dyke,especially from Hay to Pandy

mirador   on 07/06/18 @ 10:42 said:

We are spoilt for choice in this part of Wales! Llangorse Ridge has a nice circular route option and is great for a short evening dusk walk to watch sunset (last night was pretty nice!). Have you visited the mini waterfall valley above Talybont reservoir which is very pretty and can form a segment of a bigger walk taking in part of the ridge lines above.

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