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Hiking Wild Camping at The Black Mountain - Day 1
[26th Jul 2014] public

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.

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These stats are only based on the beacons sent - the fewer the beacons, the more inaccurate the stats!

Distance: 8.2 miles

Max Altitude: 2,730 ft

Min Altitude: 623 ft

Height Gain: 4,058 ft

Height Loss: 3,114 ft

Count: 99

Timezone: Europe/London

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