Appalachian Mountains

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Glanusk Estate, which owns a large area of the Black Mountains as well as Waun Fach, was also awarded nearly PS20,000 from the Nature Fund to improve the state of nature in the area.
May 2-5, Talgarth Walking festival - guided walks and events in and around Talgarth and the Black Mountains, www.
With more than 100km of local ridges along the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons, the area provides excellent soaring conditions which have reached 31,500ft.
View: the Black Mountains, Lake Mohave, the Colorado River and pristine desert landscape -- what more could a Boomer want to get away from the city and cookie-cutter suburbs?
It's got spectacular views toward the Black Mountains, Mynydd Troed, Park Wood and the Wye Valley.
Located in the stunning Brecon Beacons, the River Usk flows around the perimeter and the Black Mountains stand impressively behind the Mountain Stage.
LACE up your boots for a trek up the Black Mountains for cancer nurses.
There is something for every level of walker, whether you are happy trekking all day across the tops of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons or would rather keep to paths and the lower slopes.
WELSH international Yanto Barker believes the Iron Mountain Sportif and Tour of the Black Mountains this year will be both a great family event as well as being a huge test for the most experienced riders.
The two event organisers, Bill Owen, founder of the Iron Mountain Sportif, and Nick Bourne, organiser of the Tour of the Black Mountains, have merged their events under the Festival's banner.
Since learning new skills in e-marketing, the Black Mountains Smokery in Crickhowell, Mid Wales, said it has managed to quadruple sales.
IT'S that time of year again when those of us in Long town Mountain Rescue team find ourselves completing the arrangements for our annual and well-known series of challenge walks, starting and finishing in Llanthony in the Black Mountains, 15 miles north of Abergavenny.
Jo Carthew, director at Black Mountains Smokery, was thrilled when she heard the news that the stadium had ordered 30 kilograms - the equivalent of filling a small car - of their smoked salmon and another 30 of their smoked halibut.
Walkers and runners across the country are invited to take part in this year's Big Black Mountains Challenge.
UNIVERSITY of Glamorgan author Chris Meredith is part of a major new art initiative to tell the story of the Black Mountains and preserve its unique landscape.