Dorian Thomas - 177186

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Date : 09/01/2016

Duration : 5-8 hours

Style : Equals

Type : Quality Mountain Day (QMD)

Weather : Heavy Rain - Poor Visibility

Wind : Moderate Wind

Camping Type :

Nights Camping : 0

Mountains : Pen Cerrig-calch Pen Twyn Glas Pen Twyn Mawr

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Route - Pen Cerrig-calch, Pen Allt-mawr & Pen Twyn Glas from Crickhowell
Weather - Overcast to start then showers leading to heavy rain. Poor visibility above 600m and moderate wind on peaks
Learning Points/Skills Practices - Route plan and organisation. Map reading (1:25 and 1:50), compass work, poor visibility navigation, safety on slippery surface, leg timing.
Group - 2
Camp style - not applicable
The individual takes part in the planning and leadership - yes
Navigation skills are required away from marked paths - No, marked paths followed throughout
Experience must be in terrain and weather comparable to that found in UK and Irish hills - Yes Brecon Beacons
Knowledge is increased and skills practised - see above
Attention is paid to safety - provided advice and support on slippery surfaces.
The journey is five hours or more - yes, 6:32
Adverse conditions may be encountered - yes, showers, mist and heavy rain with moderate wind on peaks
Ascent of a substantial peak would normally be included in the day - Pen Cerrig-calch, Pen Allt-mawr & Pen Twyn Glas

Area : Black Mountains

The Black Mountains (Welsh: Y Mynyddoedd Duon) are a group of hills spread across parts of Powys and Monmouthshire in southeast Wales, and extending across the national border into Herefordshire, England. They are the easternmost of the four ranges of hills that comprise the Brecon Beacons National Park, and are frequently confused with the westernmost, which is known as the Black Mountain. To confuse matters further, there is a peak in the Black Mountains called Black Mountain.


Time Taken : 06:32:02 Distance : 19.39 km Ascent : 1041 m Descent : -1041 m Avg Speed : 3.06 kmph Moving Speed : 3.06 kmph