The Sunday evening chat with the “Navigator” resulted in a decision to walk in the Mynydd Mallaen area.
We parked the car in the woodland car park in Cwm-y-Rhaeadr and walked uphill through the woods and then onto the open ground.
A coffee break was had at the waterfall at Craig Ddu.
There were extensive views from the top of the fall.
We then climbed steadily towards the trig point and the standing stone seen on the horizon. The weather was very hot and we lunched on the highest point we could find to have some breeze. From here we headed along the path clearly shown on the OS map back to the woodland of Cwm-y-Rhaeadr and back through the woods where we came across the sculpture of a horse.