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All reviews corn du storey arms car park amazing views great walk national trust burger van highest point brecon beacons highest peak well worth the effort easier route grass verge warm clothing coming down sunny day steep walk
What a brilliant family day out. It was a lovely sunny day. We walked with our daughter and a friend, stopped regularly for snacks & water. Loved every bit.
It was a busy day, with queues for photos with the height marker at the top....More
Love this place! A great hike up the trails, can get a little physical from time to time but overall isn’t too bad. We love the views, they really are amazing. We are usually out for a good few hrs so give yourself time. Toilets...More
The Storey Arms car park has a tea van and has the most challenging climb. If you want an easier climb then go to the Pont a Daf car park further along the road which has a tea van, toilets and an information kiosk. Once...More
We parked at The Storey Arms education centre car park. Pen Y Fan is a well marked track. We walked the steepest route up.it was very windy on the top but the views were amazing. It says as you pass through the gate that it...More
I was on a walking break to Brecon and wanted to climb PEN Y FAN again and it was another great climb with loads of people doing the same as me. It has everything you could want from a mountain. So exhilleraing and rewarding at...More
On the bank holiday we were recommended to walk pen-y-fan. On our visit we parked at the Storey Arms car park and walked the tourist path up with the kids. It’s was a lovely walk with beautiful views. I would recommend a light weight jacket...More
I went and walked all 3 peaks on the 25th of June for cancer research; pen-y-fan, corn du and cribyn. it was fantastic and it was an amazing experience I was so glad to finally reach the top, very tiring but it was worth it...More
Been here a few times previously and on this occasion decided to take the 2 dogs. Plenty of space in the car park when we arrived just after and set up along the path from Pont Ar Daf car park. There are portaloos at the...More
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Hi there are a couple of car parks close we parked at Storey Arms car park and the walk is across the road to the left of this. There is also a car park about 200 yards before this on your right. There is a different route... More
Hi there are a couple of car parks close we parked at Storey Arms car park and the walk is across the road to the left of this. There is also a car park about 200 yards before this on your right. There is a different route up from here. Hope this helps.
there is no charge to park but there is a small layby or park alnongside the road. i would think it gets really busy so parking could be an issue we went early in teh year when snow was still on teh top and we drove for a... More
there is no charge to park but there is a small layby or park alnongside the road. i would think it gets really busy so parking could be an issue we went early in teh year when snow was still on teh top and we drove for a bit to find somewhere to park. that said its free and a great trek well worth a little hassle parking