Explore Brecon Beacons With Our Guided Walks
Did you know, the National Geographic rated Wales as having the second-best coastline in the world?
With 186 miles of stunning, varied coastline and more than 50 beaches, Wales is ideal for both relaxing and outdoor activities. Wales also has some of the most stunning mountain ranges in the UK, including the Brecon Beacons.
Fancy exploring deep gorges and dramatic scenery?
Specialising in high-quality walking tours, Walk South Wales can help you discover the most beautiful parts of South Wales, including our Brecon Beacons Waterfalls Walk. Located in National Park, Brecon Beacons is a hidden gem that is a fascinating and enchanting part of Wales.
Our walk takes in four breath-taking waterfalls in this part of the National Park. The highest waterfall is Henrhyd Falls which is 27 metres high (90 feet).
However, the highlight is arguably the Sgwd Yr Eira Waterfall which means ‘Falls of snow’ in English. This breath-taking waterfall is found at the end of a relatively steep walk.
Since this area has a sheltered terrain, Brecon Beacons is ideal for days with less than perfect weather. Our experienced guides want to deliver the most enjoyable walk possible. Every step is worth it to view the waterfalls on this trail. You might see rainbows rising from the crash of water.
Why not find out more about our guided walks at the Brecon Beacons?
Check out our previous article here.