Brecon Beacons

Welsh Vista – Reviewing the Walk Part One

Reaching the shoulder between Mynydd Llangorse and Mynydd Troed on my walk this week, gave me wonderful views of a welsh vista overlooking the pattern of fields an hedgerows towards the Brecon Beacons.

Welsh fields

I took a short rest at this point of my walk and absorbed the peaceful day – yes, peaceful in spite of all those international flights I mentioned in my previous post. The sounds of jet airplanes tend to be annoying only when listened to, which of course is what I am doing when field recording. It is easier to filter them out with the naked ear than when wearing headphones.

The next part of this walk, along the top of Mynydd Llangorse, will be posted next week. In the meantime I hope you will enjoy the sounds of this valley section of my walk along with the images.

Cwmdu Walk Part One Soundscape

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The route for this walk can be found on WalkJogRun and the area can also be seen here on OS Maps.

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  1. Pingback: My Walk this Week - Cwmdu Walk Part Two - StillWalks

    • Thanks Amy. It was a beautiful walk and one that was new to me. The wild ponies looked in particularly good condition but then again, it was a lovely day

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