Walk to the distinctive Fan Brycheiniog
|15.2 km||749 m||5-6 hours or so|
Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace.
Start and Finish: road head - SN 798238
None nearby. Llangadog to the north is the nearest village with facilities.
The usual warning about it being a hill walk and will need some care in poor visibility.
None to the start of this walk.Traveline for UK Public Transport
Parking and Post Code for Sat Nav (where applicable): SN 798238
Limited car parking at start.
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Fan Brycheiniog and Picws Du Walk Route Map and GPX Download
Summits and Places on this Route
- Walk up Fan Frynych and Craig Cerrig Gleision - 15.3km
- Walk Around Garn Dwad From Llanwrtyd Wells - 16.2km
- Glyn Tarell from Storey Arms - 16.5km
- Pen y Fan Walk from Storey Arms - 16.5km
- Pen y Fan and Corn Du Brecon Beacons Walk - 17.7km
- Walk up the Cribarth Ridge from Abercraf - 18.1km
- Sgwd Henrhyd Falls and Nant Llech Walk - 19.0km
- Pen y Fan – Brecon Beacons and Taff Trail Walk from Brecon - 19.1km
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Fan Brycheiniog and Picws Du Walk Details
The Westernmost hills in the Brecon Beacons National Park are confusingly called the Black Mountain, not to be confused with the easternmost hills which are the Black Mountains. This is a route to the best known part of these hills, the unmistakable escarpments of the along Picws Du and Fan Brycheiniog (sometimes referred to as Carmarthen Fan in English)
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