Mid Wales and the Brecon Beacons - Reviews from across the web
Brecon Beacons - Where to Walk - Walking Britain, a resource for walks, walkers and walking.
Three long distance trails run through the Park. The new Beacon Way was opened in 2005 and provides a 100 mile (160 km) route for serious walkers. It starts in Abergavenny and runs the length of the National Park to end in Llangadog. The Offa's Dyke National Trail passes along the eastern boundary o...
Explore Mid Wales: Home
This is where your journey starts. Are you ready? Our website provides the perfect planning platform. Dangle your feet into fresh rivers, tiptoe around a haunted castle, huff and puff up wild moutain trails or launch yourself into a cycling adverture - all from ...
Explore Mid Wales | Brecon Beacons | Snowdonia National Park | Cardigan Bay
Rolling border country and magnificent stretches of coastline along Cardigan Bay. Throughout the area, Celtic heritage and culture remain strong and whilst English is spoken everywhere, the Welsh la...
Brecon Beacons and Mid Wales
. The National Park, lying within the southern uplands, is 519 square miles (1344 sq. km) in size and stretches 40 miles (65km) from east to west. There are four mountain ranges within the park. Near the border with England are the Black Mountains, Next lie the Brecon Beacons, then the Fforest Fawr ...
Brecon Beacons, Mid Wales - tourism information
The Brecon Beacons National Park encloses around 500 square miles of varies scenery, from the Black Mountain in the west to the Usk in the east. The Beacons themselves take their name from the fact that they were used for signal beacons. Pen y Fan is the highest point in the Brecon Beacons at 2906 f...
BBC - Mid Wales Brecon Beacons - Brecon Beacons
A brilliant atmosphere is always in the brecon beacons, the lakes are wonderful and the mountains beautiful. The wind blows through the trees making a cris...
Guide for Mid Wales and the Brecon Beacons : VisitBritain
With the lowest density population in Wales, the wilderness abounds in Mid Wales. This is a safe haven for wildlife, and is home to the rare and striking Red Kite. Encompassing the Brecon Beacons National Park, with its open rounded hills, plunging waterfalls and caves, the region is a fantastic des...
BBC - Mid Wales Brecon Beacons - 50th anniversary
These amazing formations have now been officially recognised as one of the most important geological landscapes in Europe. In October 2005, Brecon Beacons National Park Authority became the first National Park in the UK to be awarded membership of the highly prestigious European Geopark Network and ...