Crickhowell is the ideal location to base yourself for an activity holiday or break and provided you are properly equipped it's easy to find the right walk or cycle route for you in the area.There are a number of webcams in the area so you can check out weather conditions before you go, just click on Outdoor, below and follow the link to the Webcams.
Cycling in the black mountains Photo by David Zibbs
Lucy Corbett has participated previously in the Open Studio event and will this year be welcoming visitors to The Welsh Academy of Art, during the Open Studio weekend. Classically trained and highly skilled, Lucy creates decorative art and oil paintings.
David Roy Kerton’s atmospheric paintings proved very popular during the 2012 Open studio weekend. He paints in acrylic working from sketches, photographs and memories of the Welsh valleys. His paintings are more about atmosphere than place alone.
Lee Wright from Llangattock is a popular regular participant in the annual Crickhowell Open Studios weekend during the Spring Bank holiday weekend. Lee’s limited edition etchings, linocuts and collographs are inspired by the natural world.