The Brecon Beacons national park, located in South Wales offers everything from charming and lively market towns, to high peaks with incredible views of the Welsh countryside and Black Mountains.
It is a microcosm of everything that makes Wales wonderful. Cloud-piercing peaks and high road passes look down upon the meandering rivers and waterways that pierce through the lush valleys. Whether you are there for a full week or just a quick weekend break you will enjoy every minute of the famous Welsh hospitality and amazing countryside.
Day 1: Arrive in Wales
Arrive in Crickhowell, near Abergavenny, which will be your base for your stay. We suggest a quick warm up ride to Abergavenny and over the nearby hills, incuding the Blorenge three ways and Llangynidir Mountain.
Here is an example route of what can be ridden on our Brecon Beacons Cycle Holiday. All routes can be tailor-made depending on what mileage and elevation you would like to do.
A visit to the Brecon Beacons would not be complete without climbing the famous Tumble and Gospel Pass. Contact us today to learn more about these climbs and organise a trip to cycle the Brecon Beacon
Day 4: Departure day
There is time for one final cafe run round the Brecon Beacons. If you would like an extra night this can be arranged, just contact us below.