Across the Brecon Beacons with A to Z Expeditions...

According to Wikipedia, The Brecon Beacons range, in its narrower sense comprises six main peaks: from west to east these are: Corn Du (873 m or 2864 feet), Pen y Fan, the highest peak (886 m or 2907 feet), Cribyn (795 m or 2608 feet), Fan y Big (719 m or 2359 feet), Bwlch y Ddwyallt (754 m or 2474 ft) and Waun Rydd (769 m or 2523 ft). These summits form a long ridge, and the sections joining the first four form a horseshoe shape around the head of the Taf Fechan river, which flows away to the south-east. So a West-to-East traverse of the range is no mean feat. Add a heavy bag and hot weather, and you have a bit of empathy with the guys who did their Gold Assessment there in August...
Topping out...
As I walk through the valley...
Living on the edge...
Over the hill...
Table for one...
The road home...

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31.10 | 18:40

Great stuff Chris. Thanks for all your support. Chris Ham

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01.02 | 11:48

No mark - I am involved with REMEC though. Please look up REMEC on FB. Regards, Chris

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01.02 | 09:01

Hi

is this the official page of the REMEC. Can you sign post me on details of membership and opportunities for training and development.

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01.12 | 01:15

Not a bad site- very nice photo's...

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