This was a challenging walk to do on a Sunday afternoon taking on the wayfarer and summiting cadair Bronwen. If anyone does not now the wayfarer, it is a mountain road starting at Llanarmon DC, this road snakes and twists it's way over the berwyn mountains to Llandrillo, totally unsuitable for normal vehicles ,it's used a lot for off-roading in 4x4s and motorbikes and occasionally mountain bikers.
It's summit lays a memorial stone to the "Wayfarer". so who is the wayfarer? The wayfarer was a pen name to a Walter McGregor Robinson a enthusiastic cyclist from Liverpool.
He wrote his cycling experiences in "cycling" magazine between the wars of world war one and two.
The memorial stone was layed in 1957, were also is a metal box with a book for passers by to sign to honour the man who made the route known across the country.
leaving the memorial stone we took a left on one of the paths that zig zags the berwyns were we head to the summit of cadair Bronwen with a height of 783 m (2,569 ft) above sea-level of then for a steep decent back to Llanarmon for well deserved drinks.