Cycling in Snowdonia National Park, Wales.
Like cycling, swimming is one of those things you do as a child. Whether that was jumping in a river in the summer, or having it forced upon you in P.E. at school. (How cool would it be if cycling was part of the curriculum at school though?).
As part of my London Marathon training, I took part in the Wrexham Village Bakery Half Marathon.
We spent New Year's Day walking up Wales' highest peak, Snowdon.
A day of women's cycling racing at Marsh Tracks Cycling Circuit, Rhyl, North Wales.
If you've been following me on social media you'll know the next event I'm organising is #GirlsAtMarahTracks. A day of crit racing for women at the North Wales' closed cycling circuit, Marsh Tracks in Rhyl. I've not been road racing (or road cycling!) long, but it's clear to see that women's road races are hard … Continue reading #GirlsAtMarshTracks – What You Need To Know
Wild swimming in Llyn Cau, Cadair Idris, Wales.
Climbing 832 feet above sea level, Cadair Berwyn is a lesser known peak in north-east Wales. What happened when Ryan and I hiked the tallest peak of the Berwyn range?
A walk along the North Wales coast to look down on Llandudno Bay.
Walking in Coed Llangwyfan, North Wales.