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    • Good Day Out

      Adventures in the Brecon Beacons! Choose from a variety of small group activities that engage you with the farming, the landscape, rural skills and wi...

    • Hawk Adventures

      Award Winning Providers of Outdoor Activities, Hawk Adventures have been providing exciting and enjoyable Adventure Activities and Team Building event...

    • Tŷ Helyg Guest House

      Welcome to Tŷ Helyg Guest House. We have well appointed rooms, all with modern en-suites, crisp linen and award winning beds! Relax in our guest loun...

    • Muddy Boots Guided Hiking Adventures

      Explore some of Wales’ most spectacular countryside, from the rugged coastline to the highest mountain top with an experienced & enthusiasti...

    • Welsh Overland Safari

      Welsh Overland Safari is an independent guide tour company offering unique overland guided tours of some of the most beautiful, unspoilt landscapes in...

    • Adventure Britain

      AWARD WINNING ACTIVITIES. CALL NOW FOR - Canyoning | Climbing | Caving | Gorge Walking | Canoeing | Kayaking | Abseiling | Mountain Walks | Quad Bikin...

    • Garn-y-Skirrid Bunkhouse

      Garn-y-Skirrid is a newly built, eco-friendly, 4 person bunkhouse on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, just 3 miles from Abergavenny with ...

    • Dragon Trails

      Dragon Trails have been running guided walking holidays in Wales since 1999. We specialise in two areas: the Pembrokeshire & Ceredigion Coast and the ...

    • Danyfan - Brecon

      Danyfan and Danyfan Carriage are in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons. Danyfan is an elegant Edwardian Villa with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. ...

    • Bear Grylls Survival Academy

      Bear Grylls - the world’s most recognizable face of survival and outdoor adventure, has designed the ultimate self-rescue skills course, deliver...

    • Trevyr Barn

      Louise and Alex look forward to welcoming you to Trevyr Barn, a recently converted stone barn, just a mile outside Grosmont, on the edge of Brecon Bea...

    • Exploring Mid Wales

      Exploring Mid Wales Join us in discovering one of the secret places of Britain We offer bespoke, exclusive, guided tours - by car, on foot or by bi...

    • Brecon Beacons Foraging

      Brecon Beacons Foraging Hello! I’m Adele. You might have come across some of my books, including ‘The Hedgerow Handbook’ and &lsquo...

    • Aberyscir Coach House

      Aberyscir Coach House is a tranquil one bedroom self catering holiday cottage in the Brecon Beacons National Park with panoramic views of Pen-Y-Fan. ...

    • Inspire2Adventure

      Guided open canoe& kayak river trips, Gorge Scrambling Experience, Stand-up Paddleboarding (SUP) including a mega SUP, High Level Ropes course &am...

    • No 10 Dulas

      10 Dulas Terrace is located in a quiet corner of Hay -on-Wye backing on to the Dulas Brook, it is a two bedroom end of terrace cottage with Two bedro...

    • School Annex, the

      The School Annex provides self catering accommodation in a stone built property set in the grounds of Talybont village Old School House and has easy a...

    • Cantref Coach House

      The Coach House is situated in the heart of the countryside in the parish of Cantref. An area of scattered farms and homes. The historic Cathedral tow...

    • Porth-y-Parc

      Porth-y-Parc is a 35 acre organic smallholding on the slopes of Sugar Loaf Mountain in the Brecon Beacons National Park, surrounded by fields and wood...

    • Treads and Trails

      Mountain Biking Wales, Walking Brecon Beacons We offer guiding, coaching & instruction on Mountain Bikes or Walking for individuals, groups, hen &...

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    • A stroll along the Hafod Road and Llangattock Hillside

      Perched above the Usk Valley overlooking Crickhowell and Gilwern, the 'Hafod' road and Llangattock Hillside offer a mix of walks along a level, minor road and the chance to explore the limestone quarries along gently sloping quarry tracks. Further i... more

    • The Black Mountains

      The northeast part of the Brecon Beacons National Park is dominated by the Black Mountains, a group of old red sandstone hills, the highestof whichis Waun Fach. They're cloaked in grass and heather and laced with rivers. Located to the east of th... more

    • Clydach Ironworks

      This historically important site consists of excavated and semi-restored ruins of a blast furnace. Clydach Ironworks is a Scheduled Ancient Monument situated at the lower end of the Clydach Gorge, near Abergavenny, in the southeast part of the Br... more

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    • Good Day Out

      Adventures in the Brecon Beacons! Choose from a variety of small group activities that engage you with the farming, the landscape, rural skills and wi...

    • Hawk Adventures

      Award Winning Providers of Outdoor Activities, Hawk Adventures have been providing exciting and enjoyable Adventure Activities and Team Building event...

    • Tŷ Helyg Guest House

      Welcome to Tŷ Helyg Guest House. We have well appointed rooms, all with modern en-suites, crisp linen and award winning beds! Relax in our guest loun...

    • Muddy Boots Guided Hiking Adventures

      Explore some of Wales’ most spectacular countryside, from the rugged coastline to the highest mountain top with an experienced & enthusiasti...

    • Welsh Overland Safari

      Welsh Overland Safari is an independent guide tour company offering unique overland guided tours of some of the most beautiful, unspoilt landscapes in...

    • Adventure Britain

      AWARD WINNING ACTIVITIES. CALL NOW FOR - Canyoning | Climbing | Caving | Gorge Walking | Canoeing | Kayaking | Abseiling | Mountain Walks | Quad Bikin...

    'gorge walking' information see all

    • A stroll along the Hafod Road and Llangattock Hillside

      Perched above the Usk Valley overlooking Crickhowell and Gilwern, the 'Hafod' road and Llangattock Hillside offer a mix of walks along a level, minor road and the chance to explore the limestone quarries along gently sloping quarry tracks. Further i... more

    • The Black Mountains

      The northeast part of the Brecon Beacons National Park is dominated by the Black Mountains, a group of old red sandstone hills, the highestof whichis Waun Fach. They're cloaked in grass and heather and laced with rivers. Located to the east of th... more

    • Clydach Ironworks

      This historically important site consists of excavated and semi-restored ruins of a blast furnace. Clydach Ironworks is a Scheduled Ancient Monument situated at the lower end of the Clydach Gorge, near Abergavenny, in the southeast part of the Br... more

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    • A stroll along the Hafod Road and Llangattock Hillside

      Perched above the Usk Valley overlooking Crickhowell and Gilwern, the 'Hafod' road and Llangattock Hillside offer a mix of walks along a level, minor road and the chance to explore the limestone quarries along gently sloping quarry tracks. Further i... more

    • The Black Mountains

      The northeast part of the Brecon Beacons National Park is dominated by the Black Mountains, a group of old red sandstone hills, the highestof whichis Waun Fach. They're cloaked in grass and heather and laced with rivers. Located to the east of th... more

    • Clydach Ironworks

      This historically important site consists of excavated and semi-restored ruins of a blast furnace. Clydach Ironworks is a Scheduled Ancient Monument situated at the lower end of the Clydach Gorge, near Abergavenny, in the southeast part of the Br... more

    • The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal

      If you prefer smooth water to rushing rapids, you’ll love our canal. Once an important transport route, it’s now a lovely place for lazy strolling and boating. Peaceful and rural, with a flavour of times gone by, it’s often voted Britain’s ... more

    • Group activities and team building in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      With masses of enthusiastic activity companies and plenty of accommodation suitable for groups, the Brecon Beacons is an exciting choice for a group getaway or team building trip. The Brecon Beacons National Park has masses to offer groups of stu... more

    • Moderate, traffic-free cycle touring routes in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      There are six recommended moderate, traffic-free cycle touring routes in the Brecon Beacons National Park. They're perfect for a half day or full day cycle ride and a great way for you and your family or friends to get out into our beautiful countr... more

    • Best for geology

      Sgŵd Gwladus This beautiful 10m waterfall is the cascading climax of theSgŵd Gwladuswalk. Set in a shady natural amphitheatre, it was formed as torrents of meltwater from the last Ice Age carved out the area’s rocky gorges. Dan yr ... more

    • Responsible Visitor Charter

      5 ways to love the Brecon Beacons We have created a simple to follow 5 point guide to how you can visit the National Park in a responsible way! As a responsible visitor your thoughtful actions make a big difference. Thank you for helping to k... more

    • Forests and woodland in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Our woodlands are wonderful to explore in any season. They stimulate the senses, from the beautiful songs of the birds and the smell of wildflowers to the crunch of leaves underfoot. Forests and woodlands used to dominate the lowlands of our Nati... more

    • Visiting Waterfall Country

      The sound of water rushing, gurgling and dripping over stone fills the ears. This is a place of movement, colour and sound, our Celtic rainforest. Nestled into the southern slopes of the Fforest Fawr massif, west of Merthyr Tydfil, Waterfall C... more

    • Sgwd yr Eira Trail (from Dinas Rock car park)

      Water power, gunpowder and rock. The Brecon Beacons National Park isn’t just about big skies and mountains. The south-western corner of the Park, a fractured, complicated limestone landscape of deep, dark wooded gorges and rushing rivers, has a... more

    • Rivers in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      The National Park has many lovely rivers and streams, popular with paddlers and waterside walkers. The Rivers Usk, Monnow, Nedd and Tawe all start high in our hills. The River Usk The silver ribbon of the River Usk truly belongs to our National... more

    • canal wharf to watton lime kilns

      Watton Walk Park at the Theatr Brycheiniog car park Walk directly onto the canal and go under Bridge 166 Continue along the towpath to the gate, go through the gate and continue to a panel which tells you about the lime kilns Cont... more

    • Spend a day at Llangorse Lake and in Brecon

      Llangorse Lake is the largest natural lake in the southern half of Wales and was created by glaciers during the last Ice Age. The lake is fed by water running off the surrounding hills and ishome to a diverse range of plants and animals. The lake is... more

    • Stories and legends of the Brecon Beacons

      The Brecon Beacons are sown with extraordinary stories. The woods and valleys of the region thrum with a living past. In this stunning landscape haunted castles, bottomless lakes and strange follies hold echoes of massacres, ghosts and miracles. Ki... more

    • Industrial and rural heritage sites in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Picture a national park, and what do you see? Is it a beautiful, natural area of grasslands, forests or open hillsides, perfect for walking, relaxing and watching wildlife? The Brecon Beacons has plenty of wild, green landscapes like this, but ther... more

    • Kitting yourself out in outdoor gear and browsing our fashion boutiques

      Many people think of Snowdonia and the Lake District for walking and climbing gear, but there's a great range on offer in the Brecon Beacons. And our boutiques turn heads. Ready to replace your waterproofs, base layers or walking boots? You may b... more

    • Little Tommy Jones, victim of the Beacons

      When a young miner's son perished on the Brecon Beacons in the summer of 1900, it shocked an entire community. On 4 August 1900, the Saturday before a Bank Holiday, a miner from Maerdy, at the head of the Rhondda Fach, decided to take his five-ye... more

    • Llandovery

      Situated on the western border of the National Park, Llandovery was described by the early travel writer George Borrow as'the pleasantest little town in which I have halted’. The town is a great base for enjoying the western Brecon Beacons. Th... more

    • Cefn Llechid

      Uncommonly good common land. This moderately strenuous circular walk from the National Park Visitor Centre (also known as the Mountain Centre) to an out-of-the-way common features unspoilt landscapes alongside vivid reminders of the area’s h... more

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    • Good Day Out

      Adventures in the Brecon Beacons! Choose from a variety of small group activities that engage you with the farming, the landscape, rural skills and wi...

    • Hawk Adventures

      Award Winning Providers of Outdoor Activities, Hawk Adventures have been providing exciting and enjoyable Adventure Activities and Team Building event...

    • Tŷ Helyg Guest House

      Welcome to Tŷ Helyg Guest House. We have well appointed rooms, all with modern en-suites, crisp linen and award winning beds! Relax in our guest loun...

    • Muddy Boots Guided Hiking Adventures

      Explore some of Wales’ most spectacular countryside, from the rugged coastline to the highest mountain top with an experienced & enthusiasti...

    • Welsh Overland Safari

      Welsh Overland Safari is an independent guide tour company offering unique overland guided tours of some of the most beautiful, unspoilt landscapes in...

    • Adventure Britain

      AWARD WINNING ACTIVITIES. CALL NOW FOR - Canyoning | Climbing | Caving | Gorge Walking | Canoeing | Kayaking | Abseiling | Mountain Walks | Quad Bikin...