National Park

Brecon Beacons

100 personnes du coin recommandent ·

Conseils des habitants

July 12, 2021
Another firm hikers fave and a must see if you're in the area. Please do respect the mountains and take suitable clothing/footwear if you intend on climbing.
July 3, 2021
We have loads of walking guides in the shepherds hut that will give you ideas for walks for long distance hard core walkers or Sunday morning strollers! You can explore the industrial heritage of Abergavenny walking through the old ironworks on Blorenge mountain or relax and birdwatch along the…
June 5, 2021
The Brecon Beacon National park is a 40 minute car journey from Llanharan. It has spectacular views. If your brave enough to climb to the top of pen y fan it is worth the photo at the top of the stone
May 25, 2021
With miles of trails and stunning views a great place to explore is staying in the area for a few days.
May 25, 2021
This is 1 hours drive from Marilyn Meadows, amazing walks and great mountain bike tracks!

Choses uniques à faire à proximité

Admirez les Brecon Beacons de nuit
À partir de Prix :$79 CAD/personne
Randonnée nocturne sur le Pen Y Fan
À partir de Prix :$67 CAD/personne
Mini promenade à dos d'âne avec pique-nique
À partir de Prix :$61 CAD/personne

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