National Coal Mining Museum 'Big Pit' at BlaenavonTour of the Brecon Beacons National ParkBrecon town (inc lunch time)Brecon CathedralNational Park Visitors CentreIron age hill-fort walk (optional - 30 minute total walk, subject to weather conditions)**Please note: this day tour is dependent on minimum numbers. Tours may be cancelled the day before the tour date. Email updates will be sent with final confirmation or cancellation by 3pm the day before or sooner if minimum numbers have been reached.
• 8 hours
This 5 mile walk takes you to the spectacular roof of South Wales by climbing to the top of the highest mountain in southern Britain, by the shortest route possible. Pen-y-fan (886m) sits in the central Brecon Beacons National Park, commanding sweeping views for miles in every direction. This popular mountain attracts visitors from all over the world, and you’ll see why. As well as being a favourite with the military for training and navigation, the summit is a beautiful spot for a picnic and capturing that special moment with your camera. Once at the top your breath will be taken away by the beauty of the National Park, where in every direction you can see lakes, mountains and forests. There you will enjoy a picnic as you savour the surrounding panoramas, whilst Ravens fly by at eye level. Your experienced guide will ensure you have a fascinating learning experience during your trip to this stunning part of Wales
• 5 hours
Gorge Walking is a splishy splashy adrenaline filled half day of traversing, climbing, jumping and swimming in the rivers of the 'waterfalls area' of the Brecon beacons National Park. You are provided with all the kit and are supplied with a suitably qualified and experienced instructor, ensuring your safety and a great time!
• 3 hours
There’s an old Welsh saying; “the best shortage is a shortage of words”. And we can understand why. Because when you travel through Snowdonia, the beautiful mountains leave you speechless. The Welsh castles’ battle-torn passageways are simply indescribable. And a lot of the destinations are as unpronounceable as they’re unbelievable. So, on this trip, we let you discover the elusive beauty of Wales. You enjoy the poetic landscapes and harbour towns that inspired Dylan Thomas, you venture through the inexpressibly beautiful valleys of two of Wales’ famous national parks, and you take in the history of Chester, an English town that sits by the border. Let the sights speak for themselves and join our tour of North Wales and Chester.
• 3 days
Take a walk along a scenic ridge in the company of a pair of Miniature Mediterranean Donkeys, having a picnic in a field with panoramic views towards Pen y Fan and the Central Beacons in one direction and The Black Mountain & Llyn y Fan to the other side. This is a small group experience, where you meet and groom the dinky donkeys before popping on their little panniers to carry your picnic up the hill. The total experience lasts between 90 mins to 2 hrs, and you will have ample chance to interact with these little guys.This is a small group activity that single people can book as a join-in session with up to 4 people, or groups of 4 upwards can book just for themselves. Whilst there is no upper limit of number of people in a group booking, please contact us for rates for over 6 people per session.We regret that dogs cannot accompany this walk as the donkeys can be aggressive towards them. Children under 5 cannot lead the donkeys for safety reasons.
• 1.5 hours