A week ago me and my brother drove to Snowdonia for the weekend to do some walking and hiking. We planned two walks. As my brother had never been in Snowdonia before so we chose the highest peak, Snowdon (1085m) for Saturday. I was there 4 years ago with my wife and that time we took the train upwards and walked back on the famous Miner’s track. I had very good memories about that walk so I decided we were going to do the same.
I promised to continue the story of the day when I shot the Sunrise at Mumbles lighthouse. As it was still very early and the weather forecast told mostly overcast during the day I decided to visit one of the iconic trail of the Brecon Beacons, the Four Falls Walk. After a short stopover at Sainsbury’s I was on the road. It took me only 45 minutes to get to the car park. Unfortunately it was a pay and display car park and I didn’t have any coin with me. So I had to look for a different solution. Fortunately I remember seeing a small car park halfway there. Eventually I chose that one which was a good decision. The waterfalls were much closer.