Take a stroll through the picturesque Tarell Valley this spring and escape the hustle and bustle of the busy mountain peaks. Meander along the river and enjoy the serenity this lush green valley has to offer.
Experience the thrill and the challenge of climbing southern Britain's highest mountain this spring. Soak up the views on your way to Pen y Fan as you explore this iconic location in the central Brecon Beacons.
Lambs in the field and the delicate bright yellow heads of the daffodil may be iconic signs of spring but there are far more to look out for when walking in the Brecon Beacons. From aquatic wildlife in rivers and ponds to the thriving veteran trees, the surrounding habitat provides much needed support to many of our nature highlights.
Over 350,000 walkers tread the slopes of Pen y Fan every year, causing increased erosion on the footpaths. We urgently need to repair 600 meters of footpath leading up to Pen y Fan and Corn Du to protect this living landscape.
Fancy a holiday without having to fight for your sun-lounger? Why not try a working holiday. Make new friends, work as part of a team, learn new skills and all while making a difference to the beautiful Welsh countryside.
If you’re planning a walking weekend with friends or a family celebration then we have the perfect accommodation for you. Our well-equipped bunkhouse, in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, sleeps up to 15 people and is available for hire on weekends throughout the year.
Explore the magnificent scenery and varied walks available in the Brecon Beacons, from the highest peak in southern Britain, Pen y Fan, to a gentler amble through the greenery of the Upper Tarell Valley; we have a walk to suit everyone.