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Weekend 1st/2nd


Thursday 6th - Monmouth, Wye and the Kymin

7 Miles, Moderate
From Monmouth we will walk alongside the Wye to Redbrook.
Then a climb along the Offa's Dyke Path to the Kymin for spectacular views
before a descent into Monmouth finishing in Agincourt Square.
Meet at the Cattle Market Car Park (charges apply) at 10:00am
W3W: ///reserve.baffle.parkland
Contact: Andrew George 07840 743791

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Thursday 20th - Rudry circular

Easy/Mod, 7 miles
Well worn walk affording stunning local visual delights. Lunch on top of Mynydd Rudry giving 360 views.
Meet in Maenllwyd overflow car park (to the left past the pub) CF83 3EB at 10:00am
Contact: Clive Elliot 07807 606063

Sunday 23rd - The Naughty Stone & Wellington bomber crash site memorial

9.25 Miles, 1600 Feet total ascent – Moderate/Strenuous, (Band C)
Note: This is a remote mountain walk some of which is across open, uneven/rocky moorland where there are no clear paths.
This walk will take us above the east side of the reservoir, climbing up past the old Trefil quarry
and across to the Naughty Stone viewpoint.
From there we go up to the Wellington bomber crash memorial and onwards to Cefn Yr Ystrad trig point
to get some stunning 360° views from the Black mountains to the Carmarthen fans and more.
We return along the ridge before descending towards Pontsticill and finally back to the start point.
Car sharing is strongly recommended as there is limited roadside parking at the start point.
Meet on the east side of Pontsticill reservoir
(W3W: ///stuff.accompany.squirted), (SO 06250 11976),
closest post code: CF48 2UP for a 10.00am start.
Advance booking with the walk leader is required for this walk please.
Contact: Steve O’Brien 07762 422726

Thursday 27th - circular walk of Machen

6 miles, easy/moderate.
River bank, wooded paths with elevated views across Machen and a lovely garden.
Small amount of pavement walking, and a little mud (let's hope it doesn't rain much before the walk)
Meet at Machen Village Hall car park at 10.00am,
Postcode: CF83 8ND
Contact walk leader if you require more information.
Contact: Helen Menzies 07773 143944

Sunday 30th - The Beacons Horseshoe

10 miles, Strenuous, Band D
This walk encompasses the four main peaks of the Central Beacons.
Starting from the Car Park, we traverse the head of the Lower Neuadd Reservoir
before embarking on the initial ascent to reach the ridge.
Following the ridge, we approach our first summit, Corn Du,
then proceed to Pen y Fan and Cribyn before descending into the Windy Gap.
After another ascent, we summit Fan Y Big.
The route then descends to the Roman Road, which we follow back to the car park.
This is a challenging mountain hike with numerous ascents and descents.
However, the exertion is well-rewarded by some of the finest mountain vistas in South Wales.
Because of the remote location of the starting point it is essential that you book on with the Walk Leader in advance.
Meet at Neuadd Reservoir Car park at 09:30am
Nearest Post Code: CF48 2UT, Grid ref: SO 036 170, W3W: ///grinders.spark.timing
Contact: Phil Purnell 07729 2217199


Thursday 4th - Great Barnets Woods, Pwllmeyric and Mathern

6 Miles, Easy/Moderate, Band C
A very varied walk, offering woodland flowers and birds as well as parkland and built-up areas.
Most of the walk is on good tracks or minor roads, but it can be muddy in the low-lying fields below the M48.
The walk starts at Great Barnets Wood, then passes through Pwllmeyric and Mathern
before arriving at St Tewdrics Church for Lunch.
It returns via the hamlet of Mounton
Dogs are welcome but there are some stiles that are not dog friendly.
Meet at Great Barnets Wood free car park at 10:30am
Leave M48 at Chepstow and take the Wye Valley Link Road.
The Car Park is on B4235 Chepstow to Usk Road, about 0.7 miles from its Junction with the A466.
The entrance is on the left. W3W: ///motoring.engraving.audibly
Contact: Phil Purnell 07729 2217199

Sunday 7th - Hoarwithy

Details to follow
Karen Ford

Thursday 11th - Llantwit Major Beach & Nash Point

7 Miles, Moderate
The walk initially follows the coast path
before turning inland across fields to reach a road leading to Atlantic College
The walk then goes through the College grounds to St Donats Churh
From there ascends through woodland and goes across several fields to reach Marcross
Here a minor road is taken to Nash Point and it's lighthouse.
The coast path is then followed back to the start.
Meet at Llantwit Major Beach carpark. CF61 1RF at 10:30am
Contact: Mike Showler 07814 006646

Weekend 13th/14th


Thursday 18th - Saloms leap walk

8 Miles, Moderate
Walking through woodlands and meadows to the ruins of St Marys church,
Before walking back to re-join the salmon leap walk ,
couple of short climbs, can be muddy after rain
Meet at Lettons way, Dinas Powis CF64 4BY at 10.15am
Contact: Steve Williams 07920 127009

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