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This geotrail starts and finishes at the Tourist Information Centre in Brecon, the route is relatively level although some paths may be muddy and slippery when wet. The trail is 2.5 miles long and will take approx 2 hrs.
This geotrail consists of a circular route starting and finishing at the Storey Arms car park. This is a full-day mountain walk and a good level of fitness is essential!
This Geotrail starts at the National Trust car park off the minor road between Coelbren and Pen-y-cae. The trail is 1/2 mile long and shoud take about 30 mins.
This geotrail is a linear route which follows the main public footpath along the east bank of the Afon Twrch. Approx 3.5 kilometres long and will take about 2 hrs.
A 2k (1.25 mile) level walk along the roads and streets of Llandovery introducing some of the building stones from a range of geological eras used to build the town.
A 3k (2mile) walk that can be extended to 11k (7 miles). This trail introduces an area where humans have interacted with the geology and modified the landscape.
A 5.5k (3 mile) level walk introducing some of the ways geologists and archaeologists read evidence held in the landscape that identify the effects of humans and natural geology.
This sheet explanation and map pack gives a summary of the geology of the Brecon district in Powys and Carmarthenshire in Wales.
A 4k (2.5 mile) level walk on public rights of way, starting at the heart of the old Medieval town of Brecon. Introducing some of the deposits, landforms and problems associated with rivers.
Bilingual map 1:250,000 showing the 'Solid' (bedrock) geology of Wales
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