Mehefin / June 1   Arweinydd / Leader Alan Strawbridge Faenor / Vaenor - Llwynon - Pontsticill
















Mehefin / June 8   Arweinyddion / Leadrers Gary & Selwyn Rosebush - Mynydd Preseli - Tafarn Sinc





















We parked in a lay-by alongside the reservoir and soon we were following the Taff Trail towards Cefncoedycymer where we all marvelled at it's  viaduct. We then followed a delightful wooded path along the banks of the Taf Fechan towards Pontsarn Viaduct - another marvellous feat of engineering - and visited Vaenor Church. The service had just ended and we had a guided tour inside the church and also visited the grave of Ironmaster Robert Thomson Crashway. Nearby stood the sad remains of the old church. We then returned to the Taff Trail and followed it towards Pontsticill and onwards towards the open moorland of Twyn Croes and Garn Ddu. It was then all downhill past Fedw Farm towards the car. A most pleasant Walk !



 Unlike the 'reci' done in arctic conditions this walk was quite pleasant. We parked in the public car in Rosebush (behind the famous 'Tafarn Sinc' pub) and up past Pant Mawr Farm towards Foelcwmcerwyn - the highest peak in the Preseli.' . There are fantastic view from the trig point. The walk the proceeds downhill past the felled woods to our left ( I hope they dont replant them !) and joins the ancient trackway. There is now a delightful walk past Foel Feddau and Carreg y Marchogion. Unfortunately the heavens opened but cleared as we arrived at Garn Bica - our lunch stop. After visiting Bedd Arthur we retraced our steps bach to Mynydd Bach and followed a green track towards the Roesbush - Mynachlog Ddu road. We then followed the road for approx 3 miles and followed a pubilc footpath ( stiles are due to be erected by the Nataional Park) uphill past the ruins of Eithbed Fach Farm and back to Rosebush. We then called in at Tafarn Sinc for refreshments - a pub with  real character !