- 1 Is there a train from Cardiff to Brecon?
- 2 Does Brecon have a train station?
- 3 How do I get to Brecon Beacons?
- 4 How do I get to Pen y Fan from Cardiff?
- 5 How do you get to Brecon Beacons without a car?
- 6 How far is Brecon Beacons from Birmingham?
- 7 Can you drive through the Brecon Beacons?
- 8 How long does it take to walk up Pen y Fan?
- 9 How long does Brecon Mountain Railway take?
- 10 Where are the waterfalls in Brecon Beacons?
- 11 Is there snow up Pen y Fan?
- 12 Can you wild camp in Brecon Beacons?
- 13 Are the Brecon Beacons dangerous?
- 14 Is Pen y Fan harder than Snowdon?
- 15 Are there toilets at Pen y Fan?
Is there a train from Cardiff to Brecon?
The nearest train station to the Brecon Beacons At Cardiff, you can connect with lines to Merthyr Tydfil and Ebbw Vale. From the west, Llandovery and Llandeilo are on the Heart of Wales line, with four trains a day from Llanelli, Swansea and Shrewsbury.
Does Brecon have a train station?
Travel to Brecon by train Brecon does not have its own train station, but those travelling from the South or the Midlands can arrive at Abergavenny via Newport. The Cardiff-Manchester line serves the South-Eastern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
How do I get to Brecon Beacons?
It’s easy to travel to the Brecon Beacons National Park from South Wales and Hereford by bus. Regular services run to our National Park daily. The T4 runs from Cardiff to Newtown via Brecon. The T6 runs from Swansea to Brecon.
How do I get to Pen y Fan from Cardiff?
There is no direct connection from Cardiff to Pen y Fan. However, you can take the train to Merthyr Tydfil then take the taxi to Pen y Fan. Alternatively, you can take the taxi to Pen y Fan.
How do you get to Brecon Beacons without a car?
By coach or bus Cardiff and Swansea have a range of National Express and Megabus connections. There are regular buses and trains from the two cities into the Brecon Beacons.
How far is Brecon Beacons from Birmingham?
The distance between Birmingham and Brecon Beacons is 78 miles.
Can you drive through the Brecon Beacons?
The road twists, dips and climbs through the Brecon Beacons National Park. Five of the most memorable miles you can drive in any country. Read our guide to the Brecon Beacons National Park.
How long does it take to walk up Pen y Fan?
The circular walk up Pen y Fan takes around two and a half hours to complete in total. This is a moderate but reasonably strenuous walk of around four miles. The time it takes to reach the summit depends on your level of fitness, and the pace you want to go at.
How long does Brecon Mountain Railway take?
Trip lasts about 90 minutes including two stops. It was a lovely day when we went and the scenery is spectacular. It’s not cheap but this is a heritage railway run by volunteers. Busy in the summer so take the first train at 10.30.
Where are the waterfalls in Brecon Beacons?
Top five waterfall walks in the Brecon Beacons
- Henrhyd Waterfall, Neath. Looking its best after a Welsh rain shower, this mighty fall is the biggest waterfall in South Wales (90ft/25m).
- Sgwd Gwladus, Glyn Neath.
- Blaen Y Glyn, Talybont.
- Sgydau Sychryd, Neath.
- Four Falls, Waterfall Country, Neath.
Is there snow up Pen y Fan?
The snow forecast for Pen – y – Fan is: Light rain (total 9.0mm), mostly falling on Sun night. Pen – y – Fan Snow Conditions.
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Can you wild camp in Brecon Beacons?
The Brecon Beacons is a fantastic place to go wild camping! Although not as vast as nearby Snowdonia National Park, it is rural enough that finding a spot can be done. With a bit of common sense and good practice, it is definitely possible to wild camp in the Brecon Beacons!
Are the Brecon Beacons dangerous?
Most folks can cope in in the Beacons on a good day, but don’t be fooled, it can bite and bite hard when the weather turns. Friend of mine in the Army died up there despite having spent a fair bit of time wandering the area throughout his career.
Is Pen y Fan harder than Snowdon?
Pen y Fan from the Storey Arms is the clear winner to start with. Cader Idris has a number of choices, with the Minffordd Path being the better but harder route than the Pony Path. Snowdon has too many choices, but the shortest is the PYG track.
Are there toilets at Pen y Fan?
Pen Y Fan Walking Routes The Pont ar Daf car park is home to the toilets (and the last toilets you’ll see).