Way to go
From the Tourist Information and Heritage Centre turn right for a short distance along the main road (A40), then turn left and walk northwards up Stone Street. This meets the A483 road, which you cross and walk north along the Cil... more
Routes, strolls and walks
The list to the left of this page details a number of easier access routes, strolls and walks in and around the Brecon Beacons. Each location or route is numbered to correspond to the map allowing you to choose... more
A walk in the Brecon Beacons National Park comes complete with perfect picnic spots, awe-inspiring views, fascinating historic sites and grand geological features. We've collected a few experiences you shouldn’t miss on your own journey through t... more
Town and the Tywi.
Here’s a short, easy walk along the lush banks of river Tywi from the centre of historic Llandovery, a Walkers are Welcome town.
Need to know
Length: 2 miles (3.2km)
Time: Under an hour
Start and finish: L... more
The riverside walk or Bailey Walk follows the old railway line alongside the wooded banks of the River Wye and leads to an area of grassland known locally as the ‘Warren’.
This is a level walk, with up to four different star... more
Rory your guide will lead you on a tour of Y Pigwn and Waun-Ddu along with Primus, a feisty Roman soldier.Immerse yourself in Rory's world and find out what it what it was like to be a Roman soldier.
The links below allow you to listen to the full ... more
A short walk that packs a big punch.
This delightful walk may be short and undemanding, yet it’s intensely interesting every step of the way, packing in a wealth of information on the area’s geological and industrial heritage. It takes you to... more
You don't have to go far for a great walking experience in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Our collection of walks measuring three miles or less offers the perfect way to dip into our great outdoors.
These walks can be taken at a relaxed pace a... more
The Brecon Beacons National Park is an exhilarating environment to explore with your dog – but please make sure your dog is not a danger or nuisance to farm animals, wildlife or other people.
Stay in control
By law, you must keep your dog und... more
Woodland Visit - Garwnant Visitor Centre
For a great day out for the whole family why not explore oneofthe many woodlands open to the public within the BreconBeacons National Park.
Garwnant Visitor Centre, owned and managed by F... more
If you want to really stretch your legs, this is the perfect place to start. Our collection of walks measuring nine miles or more comes complete with testing climbs, steep descents and challenging terrain - as well as spectacular, super-sized Breco... more
If you're looking for a slightly more substantial experience, our collection of walks between three and seven miles in length has something for you.
Riverside rambles, rocky geotrails and sky-high mountain views all feature. A few contain some fa... more
The Towy valley in Carmarthenshire was one of the critical marching routes of the Romans when they arrived on campaign in AD70. Today you can walk in their footsteps by visiting the earthworks of Y Pigwn marching camp and Waun-Ddu fortlet.
Some of the longest and most tortuous cave systems are found in the east of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Access to the major cave systems of Agen Allwedd and Ogof Daren Cilau beneath Mynydd Llangatwg is gained through entrances in the imposi... more
For a stunning day out why not visit Waterfall Country which isa stunning region of the Brecon Beacons National Park andFforest Fawr Geopark.
The newly refurbished Waterfalls Centre in the village ofPontneddfechan provides a great starting point to ... more
Walks specially designed to tie in with bus routes, so you can catch the bus back home after your efforts – there’s walks for families and some strenuous mountain hikes too.
There aren’t many better placesthan the Brecon Beacons Nati... more
Whether you are strolling or walking at low level or hiking at height, the information below should help you have a safe and enjoyable visit.
Take the right equipment
Make sure you are wearing suitable clothes and shoes for the type of trip you... more
Rory your guide will lead you on a tour of Y Pigwn and Waun-Ddu along with Primus, a feisty Roman soldier. You can listen to their commentary as you tour the sites on foot.
Hear theirfirst hand experiences of why the Romans found themselves in So... more
Start / Finish points: Ystradgynlais
Distance: 1.61 km / 1.0 miles
This audio trail takes you along an almost level path from Bryn-henllys Bridge to the former colliery at Henllys Vale with its imposing chimney and limekilns.... more
Leave the car at home and explore the Brecon Beacons National Park by bus. Not only is it the environmentally friendly option, but it's also a great way to meet other walkers and local residents.
For detailed information on getting around the Nat... more