Searching for Guided Walks for Pen Y Fan?
As the highest peak in Wales, Pen Y Fan is a specular place for walkers looking to enjoy a mountainous climb with breath-taking views at the top.
If you’re looking to book guided walks in this part of Wales, our magical hike to the roof of Southern Britain could be ideal. There are well-made footpaths across both Pen y Fan and Corn Du, where there are Bronze Age burial chambers.
The area surrounding the peak has a stunning vista of lakes, mountains and forests as far as the eye can see. From the summit on a clear day, you can see the Bristol Channel, Carmarthen Bay, Swansea Bay, the Black Mountains and much more.
Located in Brecon Beacons National Park, Pen Y Fan and Corn Du were previously known as ‘Arthur’s seat’ and the surrounding area is owned by the National Trust.
Pen Y Fan is one of our many guided walks that can be booked for highly competitive prices on Walk South Wales. Our five-mile walk across Pen Y Fan is delivered by an experienced guide who ensure you have a fascinating learning experience.
This walk takes around five hours and includes stopping for a picnic on the route.
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