Bannau Sir Gaer - Picws Du 749m [Mountain]
51.882598, -3.727838 [UK]
Worldwide: 748th= [all time] N/A [last year] N/A [last month]
Country: 748th= [all time] N/A [last year] N/A [last month]
Source: Database of British and Irish Hills v14
Hewitt, Nuttall, Sub HuMP
Last Bagged on 17th Aug 2018 12:16pm by forestnavigator
First Bagged on 21st Feb 2014 1:41pm by mntainman
Maps to Bannau Sir Gaer - Picws Du
26th Jul 2014
The Black Mountain forms the western high ground of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Rising to 802 metres (2631 ft) at Fan Brycheiniog the summit of the Black Mountain is the third highest top in South Wales. I spent two days hiking in the area and wild camping below the cliffs at Lyn y Fan Fach.
Beacons: 99 | Distance: 8.2 miles | Height Gain: 4,058 ft
22nd Mar 2015
Beacons: 544 | Distance: 17.1 miles | Height Gain: 3,783 ft
Top Baggers of Bannau Sir Gaer - Picws Du
Overseas Traveller, Would-be Mountaineer, Skier, Hiker & Occasional Idiotic Adventurer.
Backpacker and Outdoors Blogger at http://backpackartist.com. Abstract landscape artist at http://matthewkingarts.com. Usually spotted lurking around the Lakes, Wales, Dartmoor the South East, and on the TGO Challenge.
Outdoor enthusiast, walker, backpacker, scrambler, peak bagger, TGO Challenger. Yorkshireman, exiled in the south, who escapes to the mountains very frequently. I'm not mad, I'm ambitious.
Aged 71 years old you would have thought I had more sense than to decide to visit all the Wainwrights in 2020. (and all the Nuttalls in the Lakes). And then to start in January. I used to live in Shrewsbury. I am going to live in Sussex....