Brecon Beacons

Many know that the Brecon Beacons National Park is home to the highest mountain in South Wales, Pen y Fan, however, the Park is much more than that one mountain! The National Park is made up of three mountain ranges; the Black Mountains which are found on the eastern side of the Park, the Brecon Beacons which cover the central part of the Park and the Black Mountain which are found on the western side of the Park.

One of the best ways to fully explore the Park is through a guide who can take you to the less visited and simply the most beautiful areas that the Park can offer. I have over 10 years experience of exploring this fantastic Park and I am also a Brecon Beacons Park Ambassador, an accolade gained through demonstrating knowledge and passion about the Park.

I have guided walks within the Brecon Beacons advertised on Eventbrite website where you can book directly onto one of my walks. Or you can join me on one of my Hills & Mountain Skills courses in the Brecon Beacons, these are listed on the Mountain Training website, please Contact Me for booking instructions.

If you just want some hiking ideas have a look at my Brecon Beacons Walking Guides available on the drop down menu.

Otherwise Contact Me if you want to discuss a bespoke day out in the Brecon Beacons.