The ever popular Waterfalls Walk — this has become our entry walk for this group — is back! Every time we list this it sells out fast! Andy will be leading this walk in the waterfalls area of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The walk is generally available to most levels of ability but be minded that it is 10 miles long and involves some rough ground. Walking kit is desired. We have had some young un's get round, the youngest being six years old. Some feel very tired at the end of this walk. Some not. We get to see eight waterfalls of note including two that you can walk behind. We meet at The Angel Inn, Pontneddfechan but please don't use their car park. Car sharing will be arranged a week prior to the event and there is generally a pick up from the museum steps in Cardiff as well as at other locations by arrangement. So, you need a packed lunch, waterproofs and walking boots. We can supply walking boots but we need to know shoe sizes in advance of the day and we recommend that if you don't have any just get a cheap-isa pair from Go Outdoors. We can advise on best buys. And why a cheap pair? Well, most go for fabric nowadays and we are advising go get a mid range boot and invest in waterproof socks, 'sealskins', as the membrane in even the most expensive fabric boot fails after a few weeks of walking.