Walking the Central Beacons



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Examples of my most popular routes include...

Cwm Llwch – An unspoilt valley, a tragically lost 5 year old, a haunted lake and the door to the Fairy Kingdom.  What more could one want?  5kms with 300m of ascent.  Steep Stroll.

Blaen y glyn circuit – An exploration of the eastern slopes of the Brecon Beacons, including the wreckage of a Wellington bomber.  8kms with 370m of ascent.  Stretch.

Fforest Fawr – A walk through the stunning yet seldom visited hills immediately west of the main Brecon Beacons.  10kms with 300m of ascent.  Stretch.

Waterfall Country – An exploration deep, wooded gorges with rushing torrents and lots of waterfalls, one of which you walk behind!  15kms with 350m of ascent.  Long Stretch.

Pen y Fan from Cwm Llwch – The spectacular northern approach to Pen y Fan & Corn Du, the highest peaks in southern Britain.  13kms with 650m of ascent.  Strenuous.

The Beacons circuit – A complete circuit  of the central Brecon Beacons taking in all the main peaks.  15kms with 700m of ascent.  Strenuous.


Stroll – A straightforward walk of less than 10kms, mostly on good paths.

Stretch – Mainly between 10kms and 15kms, these walks are slightly more demanding and may include short, steep climbs or sections of rough terrain.

Strenuous – Full-on hill-walking with long or steep climbs, sometimes on difficult terrain.

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