Llangorse & The Brecon Beacons National Park
Away from the activity centre, millions of visitors each year enjoy the vast and varied landscape of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Mid Wales, which acts like a magnet to those who want to take advantage of the wide range of exhilarating activities it has to offer.
If you enjoy walking then there can be no better place to visit, with 1242 miles of public paths over 520 square miles of spectacular scenery, it is a beautiful surrounding to take a long walk or just a pleasant stroll. Just about every activity you can imagine is catered for in the Brecon Beacons, and it is all waiting for you.
Brecon Beacons National Park Information:
- Highest Point: Pen-y-Fan – 886m (2907ft)
- Tallest Waterfall: At Henryhd falls the River Llech plunges down 27m (90ft)
- Number of inhabitants: 32,000
- Designated a National Park in: 1957
- The two main rivers are the Usk and the Wye
- The other two rivers feed the cascading falls that flow into numerous reservoirs within the Park and the largest natural lake in South Wales – Llangorse Lake
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