Other long distance trails
Three other long distance trails run through the Park:
- Offa's Dyke Path National Trail passes along the eastern boundary of the Park affording easy (if high) walking and fantastic views over the Welsh Marches.
- The 93 km (55 mile) Taff Trail joins Brecon to Cardiff and has a circular option for walkers around the Central Beacons area. In addition, a large proportion of the Taff Trail is "Traffic Free" using the routes of former tramways, railways, canals and present day canal towpaths, including the original rights-of-way, embankments, cuttings and viaducts. Many of these routes have important historical significance to the industrial heritage of south Wales.
- The Usk Valley Walk is a 48 mile (77km) walk between Caerleon and Brecon through the beautiful Vale of Usk.
Countryside Access in Wales: This Countryside Council for Wales' website is a guide to land and paths which are normally available for access on foot in Wales.
Please follow the Countryside Code at all times.