Walking

 

 

Located right in the middle of the Brecon Beacons National Park, we are in one of the best areas for hill walking in the south of the UK. We know dozens of local trails, and have all the maps and guide books you might need. We can advise on the best options depending on the weather and time of year.  The National Park Society has a few favourite walks here.

Packed lunch and a thermos can be provided if you let us know the day before.

We can also provide pick-ups and drop-offs if you don’t want to drive, or are doing a point to point walk, such as the Beacons Way

It is not just a summer destination, as a lot of the hill trails are stony and well-drained, so mud need not be a problem. Autumn can be lovely, with misty valleys, woods full of mushrooms, and colourful foliage. Winter can be great if we get a high pressure weather system, as the Beacons often get cloaked in snow, and look spectacular. You need to come equipped for all weathers at any time of year. 

Winter picnic above Talybont reservoir.

 

 

Other activities;

Fly fishing, stargazing, sheep-trekking, photography, canoeing -there are plenty of things to do in our great outdoors.  Here are some links for more information.

Good Day Out

Brecon Beacons National Park Events Guide 

Map reading and Navigation Courses

Wye & Usk Foundation Fly fishing

Fly fishing tuition