23 March, 2021
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Walking in a winter wonderland. Snowy hills and a pub, in great company - that’s a heady and enticing combination, right there. What better way to round off a chilly amble in the Brecon Beacons, with a sojourn for a bite and a pint in the cosy ambience of the delightful Tai’r Bull pub in the heart of the Beacons.
In days gone by “taking a constitutional” summed up an outdoor jaunt perfectly. It meant taking a walk, usually post-lunch, to strengthen the natural and physical condition. Nowadays people walk and mountain hike for all manner of reasons.
If you’ve never been on a multi-day hike, then a Highlander Adventure is a great place to start. Here are five ways to get trail-ready for your first long-distance trek.
Jack is a British adventurer, motivational speaker and Mountain Leader based in the mountains of North Wales. From expeditions in the Australian Outback to treks through the Sahara Desert and summit climbs in the Himalayas of Nepal, the outdoors has played a big part in Jacks life.
In 2016 Jack was diagnosed with Testicular cancer, and immediately embraced the outdoors to support his health. Since then Jack has set up free hill skills courses to provide those touched by the ill effects of mental health issued with the foundation needed to safely explore the outdoors, and utilise it during their recovery.