Guided walking weekends and short breaks in the Brecon Beacons National Park
Covering over 500 square miles, the Brecon Beacons National Park is a real delight for walking.
With mountains, moorland, monuments and memorable castle sights there really is plenty to make you shout from the hill tops: “I love this country”!
So without more ado, we’re organising several weekends that make the most of exploring this great piece of Welsh wilderness.
With a variety of walking routes – from tackling the highest peak Pen Y Fan at 886 metres in the Central Beacons, to lower level stream-side strolls past magical waterfalls – everybody will be able to enjoy a weekend here.
All this, and the sociable atmosphere that comes when you get a great bunch of people together who enjoy being outdoors and having a smile along the way!
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