Chasing waterfalls in the Brecon Beacons in Wales

I love hiking by myself! In this video I went to the Brecon Beacons Mountains in Wales in search of waterfalls and did the Brecon Beacons 4 Waterfall walk


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Posted by The Wandering Quinn
on 23rd May 2021 and
updated on 2nd June 2021

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