EASY ACCESS IN THE BRECON BEACONS
The Places to Visit with Easier Access Guide lists suitable places to visit in the Brecon Beacons National Park for people who are either disabled, less mobile, visually impaired, elderly, parents with children in pushchairs or even those who just want a nice, hassle-free stroll in the countryside!
Many of the locations listed provide the opportunity to relax and enjoy the unique nature of the area. There is also the chance to visit the many attractions found in and around the Brecon Beacons National Park.
The outdoor sites listed have been included due to their easier accessibility. The landscape in the Brecon Beacons National Park is such that not all of these sites will be accessible to everyone. However, this guide will help you to make informed decisions as to where to visit and encourage individuals and families to safely explore the Brecon Beacons.
Natural erosion of paths and muddy sections can be a problem in certain areas, so the quality of surfacing may vary between sites. The maintenance of each site is the responsibility of the organisation or landowner managing the site. If you would like further information on a site prior to your visit please contact the relevant organisation or visit their website.
Use the map below to help you pin point where in the park you want to go. All the walks and attractions are numbered to correlate with this map.