An overcast but pleasant walk on the western side of Mynydd Du, an area of mostly trackless solitude.
A short walk along Afon Nedd Fechan after extremely heavy rain, where two canoeists were making their way down the river, canoeing over the falls.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of my first mountain walk, I decided to repeat the exact walk up Fan Brycheiniog, this time with photographs.
A short but very enjoyable walk during last week's brief spell of snow, ascending Craig Cerrig Gleisiad and Fan Frynych in the Fforest Fawr area of the Brecon Beacons for the primary purpose of photographing Pen y Fan in the snow.
A walk in heavy rain to see and photograph the Ystradfellte waterfalls at their best. Including most of the main falls and Porth yr Ogof.
A short walk in foul weather conditions to visit the summit of Carreg Goch and the wreckage of Wellington bomber MF509.
A wet and windy night spent at Llyn y Fan Fawr, followed by a superb sunrise and temperature inversion on top of Fan Brychieniog. A great way to see in the new millennium.
A misty walk on the western ridge of the Black Mountains after heavy snowfall. Unfortunately the final destination was aborted due to deep snow and fading light.
A wet and misty traverse of the famous Snowdon Horseshoe, taking in Crib Goch, Crib y Ddysgl, Yr Wyddfa and Y Lliwedd.
My longest walk ever, a 22 mile circuit of Mynydd Du, taking in 15 summits enroute.
An account of my very first mountain walk, up Fan Brycheiniog in the Brecon Beacons back in 1982.