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Afan Forest Park, Wales

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On Wednesday I went to Afan Forest Park, which is in the Valleys area of South Wales. It's great, because the valleys area is like a slightly smaller scaled version of the Brecon Beacons, which are a bit further north. There is a visitors centre, with information and leaflets showing waymarked walks. Once up on a hill, you get the wonderful feeling of being in a mountain wilderness, but with the safety of clearly marked routes and the knowledge that you're never really that far away from where you started. Looking at my leaflet, I did the white route and the green route, which were next to each other and combined to make a walk of about 8 miles, with some steep mountain-like uphill walking and panoramic views.


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