So a day spent around the largest lake in the Brecon Beacons, exploring it's shores and history, taking in fine views of it from the nearby hill and also getting out onto the water in a rowing boat or two. Such fun!
Not a particularly long walk, say 8 miles or so, it does have a 300m steep climb and of course corresponding descent but it the main it's very pleasant and easy going. We'll start the day by getting up onto the hill, then making our way by a network of paths and lanes well walk around half of the lake shoreline before ending our day with an hour on the water.
The walk is charged at five pounds and rowing boats are billed at fourteen pounds an hour but they take four so we'll sort the boat hire charge on the day. This walk was brought to our attention through an enquiry — someone asking for walking advice around Llangors lake. Andy used to work form the lake a great deal but has not visited it for some time and so out of sight, as they say, but hey! it's a great place and has good facilities so why not have a fun walk in great nature with a paddle at the end too :)