Where else would you see such picturesque waterfalls, rivers and streams than the Brecon Beacons?
The Brecon Beacons National Park is famous for its picturesque peaks, open green fields, great food producers, scenery and fun things to do.
But other things that sometimes cross a visitor’s mind when they think of the Brecon Beacons is the ‘occasional’ rain! You’ll rarely hear of a drought or a dried up river bed when someone talks about the area. The weather in the mountains and valleys can change in an instant, even on the sunniest of days, but it’s part of the charm of the area.
Here in the Brecon Beacons we don’t like to complain about the rain, the weather contributes to some of the most breathtaking and special sights in the UK. Along with making the whole park one of the greenest and freshest locations in Britain. It also has helped create the name “Waterfall Country” for the park. To find out about the walking trails you can explore download a PDF map here Everywhere you go you’re more than likely to spot a stream or waterfall on the side of the road. We also have two very distinct rivers; the Usk and the Wye that are also part of the national parks character.
So here’s a gallery by some of Brecon Beacons fans of the rivers, waterfalls and streams inside the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park.