International Mountain Day
Why do #MountainsMatter to you this International Mountain Day?
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Meet the new collection of OS Champions who will be leading the GetOutside charge and showcasing the best of Britain with their stories and tips. These people will be helping and inspiring you to GetOutside – follow them on Twitter and Instagram to get advice, adventures and gorgeous photos.
Circular walk around Pen-Pych Mountain
Pen-pych sits at the head of the Rhondda Fawr Valley in South Wales, Rhondda Valley’s very own Table Mountain. Experience the spectacular views of Pen-pych circular walk. This is such a varied walk, which is steeped in history. It passes by some large dramatic waterfalls, two of which are Nant Carnfoesan and Nant Melyn. You can visit an Iron Age settlement of hut circles, views of a former colliery and an old disused railway tunnel.
Llyn Brianne reservoir ride
Llyn Brianne is a spectacular reservoir nestled in the Doethie Valley, Mid Wales surround by the beautiful Tywi Forest. It was named after a stream Nant y Bryniau, which in English translates stream in the hills. This picturesque body of water is the head of the River Tywi.