The walk was either 16 miles or optional 10 miles.
We left Trefonen village hall after signing in and been given our numbers. With wet gear on and Fred on his lead we followed the map and the markers our of the village to high up on the hills.
Passing through farmland, across lanes, open countryside and wooded areas we headed up the the top of Mynydd Myfyr.
There were many people on the walks along with lots of dogs. Fred our cocker spaniels was having a wonderful time.
We stopped off at a check point for a cup of juice before dropping down into Llanslin. We past Ty Coed, this is the place were I used to keep my Shire Horse Diamond for many years
it was here you could choose to go on up to The Gyrn Moelfre or omit it and carry on up to Moelydd.
Next we headed off on the second part of the walk this part had some fantastic views. The walk took us up Moelydd
We pasted another check point at the top of this hill, we were also given a drink.
These photographs were taken at the top of Moelydd. By this point we were very wet. The compass view point at the top of here showed Liverpool to be a mere 40 mile away and Snowdon 44 miles.
We carryed on the trail which lead us down the trail back towards the village hall. At the Hall we signed in and we were awarded certifutes for completing the walk. The ladies of Trefonen also had made some lovely tasting Leek and Potatoe soup with bread rolls to warm us up.