Beacons Way


  1. Name Beacons Way
  2. Distance de sentier 161 km, 100 milles
  3. Durée en jours 10 jours
  4. Classement Traildino MW, Marche modérée, sentier de randonnée
  5. Classement Traversée de montagne T1, Randonnée

Beacons Way

100 miles, 161 km, 8 days

The Beacons Way winds through the Brecon Beacons National Park. This mountain range in the south of Wales consists of high moorlands, grassy slopes and patches of ancient forest. It involves a lot of climbing and descending through rather rough terrain, so you need to be in good shape. As the guidebook says: "the ability to navigate in thick mist with a map and compass is essential." You will climb for instance Pen y Fan, 886 m high. This ensures stunning views of the lovely green landscape of hedgerows below.

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Beacons Way, 133km


Evaluation 8.5 | 2 votes | No 9. en Royaume-Uni
  • Minacker Mai 2019
  • Evaluation 9
  • Positive Fantastic views, challenging if walked over 7 days, friendly folk
  • Negative Very busy around Pen y Fan
  • John P Août 2014
  • Evaluation 8
  • Positive The trail passes through some of the highlights of the Brecon Beacons such as Pen-y-Fan, Llanthony Priory and the Dan yr Ogof caves. Well worth the walk.
  • Negative Navigation a bit difficult in places especially in the mist
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