Exciting day gorge scrambling.
All our groups went to Afon Ddu, which translated from Welsh to English means the Black River (well River Black to be precise).
This gorge has seen quite a lot of action recently with all the heavy rain of the passed few months. It is a great example of the power water has on nature. You can see vividly how the water has eroded down the bed rock, moved boulders, and trees, creating a beautiful environment for us to enjoy.
The students in all groups worked fantastically in teams helping each other, leading each other, pushing themselves out of their comfort zones in some quite scary situations.
Lots of climbing up and across waterfalls, squeezing through narrow gaps, scrambling over boulders and enjoying natural waterslides today.