Whatever adventure you are planning – make sure you #BeAdventureSmart

Whatever Brecon Beacons adventure you are planning this Easter, be Adventure Smart:
Make your good day better.

Walking - Brecon Beacons Pen-y-Fan (from Cribyn)

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A Welsh Government funded project Adventure Smart Wales are calling on people to with the launch of their new website today, providing essential information and advice for a great day out.  Find out more here

Adventure is happening every day in our National Park!

It’s up to you to choose what your next Brecon Beacons adventure will be – rock climbing, gorge walking, a walk in the hills, a family day spent along the Canal, caving, kayaking on our rivers,  mountain biking or horse riding the activity options in the National Park are endless. Check out all the activities you can do here.

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Whatever your activity, there are a few simple things you need to consider will help your day stay great and ensure that, at the end of the day, you travel home safely, looking forward to your next adventure.

Be Adventure Smart!

Check out the new website, AdventureSmartWales.com, which provides you with all the essential information you need to get outdoors, confident that you have prepared for a great day.  The website has launched today in time for the Easter holidays, and come rain or shine people will be heading off for adventures in the great Welsh outdoors! With the launch today of a new pan-Wales campaign we are calling on people to ‘Be Adventure Smart’.

Take a look at their video for some great tips on how you can enjoy the Welsh Countryside safely.


Ask yourself three simple questions before you set off: Do I have the right gear? Do I
know what the weather will be like? Am I confident I have the knowledge and skills for the day? From the weather forecast, time of sunset, tide times and lots more practical advice AdventureSmartWales.com will give you the answers you need.

 

 

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