Explore the Park with Park Explorer our new app which shows lots of walks and bridleways and cycle routes, click the explore button on the right of the page.
You can be as adventurous as you like with expert guides available to help if you are less confident or want to learn new skills. There are places to hire or buy equipment if you fancy just having a go, whilst centres at Llangors and Taff Bargoed provide indoor climbing and other activities. Please follow the Countryside Code wherever you go.
There are lots of ways to find places to walk in the National Park - for example you can use Park Explorer (click on the explore button on the right of the page) to find walks and make itineraries.
Please do remember to follow our guidelines to be safe - the rescue services are excellent but they prefer not to be called out.
The Brecon Beacons Park Society has also developed a selection of six self guided walks which can be printed out for free from their website. Please note the Park Society is an independent organisation and not part of the National Park Authority.
The Countryside Council of Wales' website is a guide to land and paths that are normally available for access on foot in Wales.
You can also explore CCW's interactive map of Wales.
If you want to find out more about accessing the lakes, rivers, canals and reservoirs of the National Park you can find out more here