'ITV will be celebrating Britain's Favourite 100 Walks in Spring 2018 and we want to give you a say in our countdown of the nation's best loved trails!
Our epic countdown will feature the best loved walks from all over the country but which route will take the title of Britain's favourite walk? Get voting and have your say by midnight on Thursday 21st September!'
Wales Outdoors have a favourite Welsh walk and we're going to stick to our stomping ground of South Wales. Of course North Wales has the rock and the exposure but there is something mystical and dreamlike about the Brecon Beacons National Park. We would likely go for a round of Pen y Fan as described n our guided walk being delivered on October 28th but this can never provide the sense of isolation and 'being in the mountains' that a day on the Black Mountain can deliver.
Starting at Glantawe and heading along the bottom of the Fan Hit ridge to Llyn y Fan Fawr, a dark and mysterious lake steeply overlooked by the hill, we then take the staircase to the summit of Fan Brycheiniog for spectacular views to the north and east. The route then follows the ridge as far as Waun Lefrith which sits high above Llyn y Fan Fach before, for the map competent, heading cross country before hooking up with a track through wonderful limestone country with pavement and shake holes. This taks the walker to Dan yr Ogof Showcaves and a short road section back to the vehicles.
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