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    • Mountain & Water

      What would be your ideal outdoor adventure? Paddle a canoe gently along a meandering river; explore underground caverns; climb crags and cliffs; ab...

    • Treads and Trails

      Mountain Biking Wales, Walking Brecon Beacons We offer guiding, coaching & instruction on Mountain Bikes or Walking for individuals, groups, hen &...

    • Expeditions Wales

      Your Adventure - we make it happenOur belief is that the Outdoors can be enjoyed safely and responsibly by all!Expeditions Wales focuses on getting ou...

    • Penpont

      Magnificent in its grounds, and on the banks of the River Usk, Penpont lies in the middle of a 2000 acre working rural estate. The house, a centre pie...

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    • Camping

      The Brecon Beacons National Park has good quality, independently run caravan and camping sites including two Caravan Club sites and several places which have fully equipped tents and yurts to "glamp" in for as long as you like. It’s not always ne... more

    • Y Pigwn Roman marching camps

      Constructed in just a few hours, impressive marching camps like the ones at Y Pigwn were only occupied for a few nights, maybe even just one. The Roman marching camps at Y Pigwn on the lofty summits of Mynydd Bach Trecastell are thought to have b... more

    • Walking with Romans app

      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

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    • Camping

      The Brecon Beacons National Park has good quality, independently run caravan and camping sites including two Caravan Club sites and several places which have fully equipped tents and yurts to "glamp" in for as long as you like. It’s not always ne... more

    • Y Pigwn Roman marching camps

      Constructed in just a few hours, impressive marching camps like the ones at Y Pigwn were only occupied for a few nights, maybe even just one. The Roman marching camps at Y Pigwn on the lofty summits of Mynydd Bach Trecastell are thought to have b... more

    • Walking with Romans app

      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

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    • Camping

      The Brecon Beacons National Park has good quality, independently run caravan and camping sites including two Caravan Club sites and several places which have fully equipped tents and yurts to "glamp" in for as long as you like. It’s not always ne... more

    • Y Pigwn Roman marching camps

      Constructed in just a few hours, impressive marching camps like the ones at Y Pigwn were only occupied for a few nights, maybe even just one. The Roman marching camps at Y Pigwn on the lofty summits of Mynydd Bach Trecastell are thought to have b... more

    • Walking with Romans app

      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

    • Visiting Waterfall Country in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      The sound of water rushing, gurgling and dripping over stone fills the ears. This is a place of movement, colour and sound, our Celtic rainforest. Nestled into the southern slopes of the Fforest Fawr massif, west of Merthyr Tydfil, Waterfall C... more

    • Plan your trip to the Brecon Beacons National Park

      The Brecon Beacons National Park lieson the border between Mid Wales and South Wales,just west of Herefordshire. It includes parts of the Welsh counties of Powys, Carmarthenshire, Monmouthshire, Rhondda and Merthyr Tydfil. With great connections fr... more

    • Abergavenny riverside

      The Usk up close. A gentle and easy-to-access walk along the scenic banks of the river Usk. Along the way you’ll pass verdant meadows and clear running water, see lots of wildlife – and also get an insight into the history of the gateway town ... more

    • Llanthony Priory

      The beautiful and evocative ruins of Llanthony Priory are situated in the picturesque Vale of Ewyas, close to the Black Mountains. These haunting remains are all that survives of one of the greatest buildings of medieval Wales. In the early 12... more

    • Spa hotels and alternative therapy centres

      Here in the National Park we are lucky to have some fabulous spa hotels, retreats and clinics in beautiful, tranquil surroundings. A visit to a spa is often considered a luxury, but, according to experts, you don't just come away looking beautifu... more

    • Health, fitness and leisure centres in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Dash over to one of our friendly local centres for a workout, a swim or a sports session. Regular exercise can help protect you from heart disease and stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, back pain and osteoporosis. It can also improve... more

    • Choosing a place to stay in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      A warm welcome comes naturally to us in this part of Wales. Those who come for weekends, short getaways or longer holidays in the Brecon Beacons National Park often talk about our friendly hospitality. Some are surprised to discover just how many... more

    • How to be a responsible paddler, boater, sailor or angler in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      We want you to enjoy your time on our waters to the full, while making sure that no harm is done to other people, wildlife or the environment. Please follow our common-sense recommendations for a safe and relaxing experience on our rivers, lakes an... more

    • Eight things to enjoy after dark in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Most people come to the Brecon Beacons to make the most of our fabulous countryside. But when the day comes to an end, the fun doesn't have to stop. 1. Listen out for the nightlife Dusk can be a busy time in the natural world. As the sun sinks,... more

    • Little Tommy Jones, victim of the Beacons

      When a young miner's son perished on the Brecon Beacons in the summer of 1900, it shocked an entire community. On 4 August 1900, the Saturday before a Bank Holiday, a miner from Maerdy, at the head of the Rhondda Fach, decided to take his five-ye... more

    • 20 ways to make your visit to the Brecon Beacons National Park greener

      There are loads of ways to make your stay in our National Park more eco-friendly. Here are some ideas to get you started. 1. Stay longer A good way to reduce the damaging effects of your journeys is to make fewer of them, and stay longer ins... more

    • Where to get on the water

      Where to go The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, the River Wye, the River Usk and Llangorse Lake are our most popular destinations for canoeing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, whitewater rafting and raft building. Monmouthshire and Brecon Ca... more

    • Fishing in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Record-breaking grayling on the Wye, some of the finest brown trout fishing in the country on the Usk and a sprinkling of well-stocked reservoirs and lakes make fishing one of the most popular outdoor activities in the Brecon Beacons National Park.... more

    • Victim of the Beacons

      The story of little Tommy Jones August 4th, 1900, was the Saturday before the Bank Holiday. A miner from Maerdy, at the head of the Rhondda Fach, decided to take his five-year-old son with him to visit the child's grandparents who still farmed ne... more

    • Visitor Attractions with easier access

      The list to the left of this page details some of the attractions available within and on the boundaries of the National Park - the numbers correspond to those on the map which you can also download. The Brecon Beacons National Park i... more

    • The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal

      Our scenic canal celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2012. This peaceful waterway was built as an industrial corridor for lime, limestone, timber, coal and iron. In its 19th century heyday, it was supported by horse-drawn tramroads that were used to ... more

    • A short history of the Brecon Beacons National Park

      The Brecon Beacons National Park was established in 1957. It was one of the first ten national parks to be created in Britain. The intention was to safeguard our beautiful, rough and dramatic landscapes, considered a priceless national asset. Pre... more

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