The remains of an Iron Age hillfort can be seen on the grassy mound of Twyn y Gaer. Though little remains of this ancient structure, it’s easy to see why our ancestors picked this naturally defensive spot to settle. On a clear … Continue reading
Thank you to the Simply Strolling Blog for sharing their adventure along the iconic Beacons Horseshoe walk with us! Check it out below. Sometimes there’s a walk that you did years ago, then decided not to do because of the … Continue reading
PEN Y FAN – The easiest way to the top of Pen y Fan and Corn Du. This week’s Walk Wednesday is all about the highest peak in the National Park and southern Britain. Here’s another great guide, from the man … Continue reading
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To celebrate the launch of the Get Creative Weekend, April 7-9, Theatr Brycheiniog have teamed up with award winning dance and installation artist Phil Williams for a spectacular interactive project that will transform Pen Y Fan into Wales’s largest living … Continue reading
With the summer on the horizon in the Brecon Beacons , it’s time to put on those walking boots, head to the hills and enjoy another wonderful Walk Wednesday! Start / Finish points: Central Beacons Distance: 8.0 km / 4.97 miles … Continue reading
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Here’s something sent in to us by Ryan Cook, it’s a lovely story so do have a read. Legend has it that Llyn Cwm Llwch lake situated in the Brecon Beacons has an enchanted island, accessible only on May Day, … Continue reading
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May’s photographer of the month is Gareth Johns a self-taught photographer from Cardiff, who has a passion for the great outdoors. On June the 8th he’ll be Hiking 54miles through the Brecon Beacons within a 24hour time limit to raise … Continue reading