AROUND CAEGLAS

Nestled in the Heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, surrounded by scenic mountain views, there is plenty to keep the family occupied, just a short distance from the campsite you will find a local riding stables where you and the family can enjoy a pony trek, there is Craig y Nos castle and the adjoining park, and just a little further up the road you will find the famous Dan Y Ogof Showcaves.  If you want to explore and enjoy a walk we are also close by to Waterfall Country...

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HORSEBACK RIDING 

The Brecon Beacons is the perfect place for horse lovers. We have over 600 miles of bridle paths and tracks. Our spectacular scenery and wealth of wildlife create some of the best riding in Europe.  We are close to excellent road and rail links, yet a world away from the bustle of urban life. The only delays here are for leisurely pub lunches while your mount grazes outside.

We have thousands of acres of hills, moors and fields, criss-crossed by ancient tracks and lanes. You can ride all day, sharing the views with the soaring buzzards.

 

Waterfall Country
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What is it about waterfalls? There’s something surreally magical about a torrent of water plunging off a cliff and into a crystal pool. They belong in fairy tales, or Hollywood fantasies. Like the 2012 Batman film The Dark Knight Rises, in which the Batcave was hidden behind – wait for it – Henrhyd Falls, the tallest of dozens of cascades in the western Brecons Beacons, the bit of Wales known as ‘Waterfall Country’.

 

MOUNTAIN BIKING

Bring your mountain bikes and explore the surrounding areas, you won't be disappointed.  Speed down thrilling hillside tracks through moorlands and woodland, with some of the very best terrain; this national park has it all from fast descents to gentle off road trails

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Grab your boots and head for a walk...

We have over 1,200 miles of public rights of way in the Brecon Beacons National Park where will you go?

Go up, up and away into our high country, carved by ice millennia ago. Or explore deep, wooded gorges where rivers are still shaping limestone rocks as they tumble down spectacular waterfalls.

We have lakes and forests too, beauty spots and secret places and trails that suit everyone, from serious outdoor enthusiasts to families out for a Sunday afternoon walk in the park.