Socially distanced walk – Llyn Barfog, the Bearded Lake, Aberdyfi
05/12/2020 10:00 - 05/12/2020 14:30
Saturday 5 December 10.00 a.m. – 2.30 p.m.
This walk is a bit steep in places and rough / muddy underfoot but the pace will accommodate the needs of all of the group – there is no need to hurry.
We have thought carefully about making this walk as covid-safe as reasonably possible but of course we cannot eliminate all risk. There will be eight places: each place can be taken by one person or one ‘social bubble’ (as described in government guidelines) of two.
This walk is commissioned by the Dolau Dyfi Project. This project has received funding through the Welsh Government Rural Communities - Rural
Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.
There are several aims:
•To walk together (while socially distanced) and enjoy the countryside together.
•To show people a good walk in the Dyfi Valley.
•To learn a little about local legends and natural history.
About the walk – We will climb to the Bearded Lake (there are several stories about this special place), visit ‘the echo’, look at Carn March Arthur (the hoof-print of Arthur’s horse in the rock) then walk along the ridge with spectacular views down to the Dyfi estuary and also down to ‘Happy Valley’
Distance and ascent- 7 km (4 ½ miles) with approx. 200m of climb.
Leaders – Jenny Dingle (MLC, First Aid for Outdoor Leaders) and Jane Rigby (BEL, First Aid for Outdoor Leaders)
BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL (to ensure Covid-safe practice)
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