Denbora  5 ordu minutu bat

Koordenatuak 1485

Noiz igoa 20 de agosto de 2013

Noiz egina agosto 2013

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891 m
400 m
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3,5
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14,07 km

Bisitak 4593, kokapena 179

Nondik gertu Pont Sticill, Wales (United Kingdom)

Pen-Y-Fan da Brecon Beacons Parke Naturaleko gailurrik altuena eta bera eta ingurunea seguruenik aipatu parkeko ikuskizunik ederrenetarikoa. Hemen azaltzen den ibilbidea haurrekin egiteko luzea gerta badaiteke ere, bide osoan alde batera eta bestera begiratuz ikus daitezkeen beheragunean eta horiek bakoitzak dituen kapritxozko formak benetan bidea errazten laguntzen dute.

Aipatu behar da ere, desnibela 700 metro ingurukoa izanda, lehenengo bi kilometrotan igotakoa eta gero, erraz jarraitzen dela.

Bestalde, tontor ‘ehiztariek’ ibilbide bakar batean hiru (lau) egiteko aukera izango dute: Pen-Y-Fan, Corn Ddu, eta Crybin. Track honetan ez badago ere, Crybinetik bidera jaitsita, segituan hasten da Fan-y-Big tontorrerako bidea. Bidea pixka bat luzatzen badu ere, egingarria da.

Kuriositate bezala esan, ibilbidearen buelta guztian ez dagoela zuhaitz bakar bat ere. Benetan ederra ibilbideak eskaintzen duena. Hori bai, beti beldurrez eguraldiaren aldaketekin. Wales da!!!
Tontorraren inguruko argazkiak.
Hirugarrena ibilbide honetan.
Brecon Becon-eko tontor altuena.

7 iritzi

  • civitascymru 01-jul-2015

    Thank you for noting thus walk, undoubtedly one of the most spectacular in south east Wales.
    Two small corrections - the title should read "Corn Ddu - Pen y Fan - Cribyn"

    Unfortunately, we have suffered the English invaders imposing their spellings on many place names in Wales, although it is true that there are place names in Wales derived from English, Norse, Norman French, Latin and Irish originals. It's that kind of place - deep history is everywhere, not so much buried as lying around in the stunning landscape.
    For similar reasons, those of us who speak Welsh prefer to use our own names for the country: Cymru; and for the people: Cymry (both said Kum-REE) and for the language: Cymraeg (said Kum:RYEg).
    'Welsh' ('Wealas', hence the Scottish family name 'Wallace') seems to have equated to 'foreign neighbour' in Saxon, and was used across Europe as a name for the (mostly) celtic tribes who acted as client states of the Roman Empire - Wallonie, Waldensia, Walachia, etc, guarding the borders against the un-romanised pagan barbarians!

  • argazkia Bidaiari-LO

    Bidaiari-LO 03-jul-2015

    Thank you for you corrections. I changed the tittle and wrote the correct place name. I'd like you know I'm very sensitive with this things. In the Basque Country we have the same problem with spanish and basque languages. Thanks again!!!

  • Mad Welshman 23-ene-2016

    Ibilbide hau egin dut  Gehiago ikusi

    This was our first Wiki trail, The app worked seamlessly which gives me great confidence & many thanks to the author for uploading it, Jon :-)

  • argazkia Bidaiari-LO

    Bidaiari-LO 24-ene-2016

    Not at all! And you're welcome to WikiTrail world. It's worths trying!

  • argazkia John P

    John P 01-jul-2018

    Ibilbide hau egin dut  Gehiago ikusi

    A walk across the classic peaks of the Brecon Beacons. A few steep climbs but the views to the north in particular make it worthwhile. Could not comment about the information provided as my Basque is non existent, but great that Bidaiari-LO took the trouble to travel to my homeland of Wales (or Cymru to the Welsh speakers).

  • Emma N. 02-ago-2018

    Ibilbide hau egin dut  Gehiago ikusi

    I followed this rute with my husband and our kid. We enjoyed every minute :)

  • argazkia MinxyD14

    MinxyD14 27-dic-2018

    Ibilbide hau egin dut  egiaztatua  Gehiago ikusi

    This trail is exactly as described. It is very easy to follow in normal conditions, need to be extra careful in low visibility and wet conditions (we hiked it on Boxing Day). You can also easily find the trail up to Fan Y Big. Looking forward to revisiting it in warmer weather.

Nahi izanezkero edo ibilbide hau