I had a fun weekend of contrasts in the Brecon Beacons, with snow and ice on the tops and waterfalls and rain in the valleys.
The views and the snow got better and better as I walked up Corn Du from the Storey Arms car park. This is a view of Fan Fawr and (in the distance) The Black Mountain.
From the NW ridge of Corn Du you had an amazing view of Llyn Cwm Llwch and the countryside beyond.
Heading up a snowy and icy ridge to the summit of Corn Du.
There was a great view of Pen y Fan from the summit of Corn Du. It lasts for another two minutes after this before the cloud (and a snow flurry) came down.
Me enjoying the snow, ice and trying out my new ski goggles on the way up Cribyn.
Sgwd Clun-Gwyn in the Waterfall Country of the Brecon Beacons.
Sgwd yr Eira (a beautiful waterfall that you can walk behind).
Me standing behind Sgwd yr Eira. I got a lot wetter than the last time I stood here because of the rain and the melting snow on the tops.