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Staying at Aberhyddnant (OS Landranger Map 160 SN8723 2574) there are many walks from your doorstep and in the local area. If you come back tired and a bit muddy we have a tap for boots and bikes and hot baths and showers to ease any aches and pains.

Be inspired walking through the beautiful Welsh countryside on and around Aberhydddnant.  Whatever the time of year this is an everchanging landscape of experiences.  Discovering and walking under waterfalls, climbing Pen-y-Fan, following old railway lines or feeding the ducks whilst walking alongside the canal –  there is something for everyone.

The Brecon Beacons National Park offers a range of guided walks for all abilities throughout the year.For those with an interest in how this area became so great it is worth noting that Fforest Fawr is one of Europes 42 Geoparks and many activities and walks are held each year to promote understanding of the area. Guides to many of the walks featured on these websites, as well as the Usk Valley Alliance free walking guide for the are can all be found in your cottage.

Here are some walks recommended by our guests

The farm walk – In each cottage there is a suggested route around the farm.  You are welcome to walk anywhere around the farm during your stay. Please remember to leave all gates as you found them, livestock can be and to keep your dogs on a lead.  Please ask for advice before you go.

Waterfall Country – There are many beautiful walks in this area.  The Elidir trail has been recommended for all abilities and our Brownies loved exploring the Gunpowder Trail.

It is possible to walk cross country to the Usk Reservoir using an OS map, but you can also drive round and enjoy a walk, mainly level with muddy patches. Great for exercising yourself  with the dogs and children on bikes.

Walking up the farm and up onto the hill (with the aid of a map) you can walk to Llyn y Fan Fach.  A beautifully scenic walk across open hill with just sheep and ponies for company.  If you would like to drive to a nearby carpark and walk for a picnic you can download a map here.