A ‘Joint Walk’ of mixed age and many boot in the Wye Valley. Beginning at Tintern, from May 2017.
Sunday 14th of May 2017
Officially, I’m a member of a 20s and 30s walking group in Bristol. But we also have a ‘Plus’ group for members over the age of forty.
Every now and then, you’ll see a ‘Joint Walk’ appear on the calendar, where walkers of all ages are welcome. On this occasion, with a route starting in Tintern, we set off with, I think, thirty-six people in tow of the two walk leaders!
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Saturday 29th April 2017
Sugar Loaf. A mountain or hill? However you may regard it, this was one of the peaks of the Brecon Beacons that I’d been intending to conquer for a good couple of years.
I came across an eleven-mile route on the Walking Englishman’s website some time ago and that provided the impetus to get me going. There are so many ‘short’ walks available online… I always prefer to do something worthwhile, when bridge tolls and ninety-minute drives are required.
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