Rose View Cabin provides the perfect base to explore a variety of activities and experiences. 

Below you will find information on some of the activities in the local area.

Visit our EXTRA INFORMATION page for links to suppliers and activities and helpful information for the local area.

We have tried to include as many as possible and would welcome your feedback during your stay if you find a hidden gem!


There are lots more images in our GALLERIES highlighting the surrounding activities and areas to visit

Top activities in Brecon Beacons

If you enjoy making the most of the great outdoors, you’ll love our National Park

The Brecon Beacons is a great place to get active. There are masses of paths and trails for walkers, runners, cyclists, mountain bikers, horse riders and wildlife-watchers. There’s a brilliant range of organised activities on offer, too, from gentle recreational pursuits like photography to full-on adrenaline sports such as paragliding, rafting and abseiling.

Want to try something new? The Brecon Beacons is the place to visit check out our top things to do


Horse-back adventures

The Brecon Beacons is the perfect place for horse lovers. We have over 600 miles of bridle paths and tracks. Our spectacular scenery and wealth of wildlife create some of the best riding in Europe.

We have thousands of acres of hills, moors and fields, criss-crossed by ancient tracks and lanes. You can ride sharing the views with the soaring buzzards.

Our riding and trekking centres are working together to offer top quality trekking, riding and hacking holidays, short rides and pony trekking.


Go Fishing

The Brecon Beacons offers some fantastic game and course fishing throughout its many rivers, lakes, reservoirs and canals. Record-breaking grayling on the Wye, some of the finest brown trout fishing in the country on the Usk and a sprinkling of well-stocked reservoirs and lakes make fishing one of the most popular outdoor activities in the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Our Park offers excellent coarse fishing or game fishing in rivers, canals, lakes and reservoirs. To fish with a rod and line in Wales you need a Rod Licence.


Explore the National Park by bike

Speed down thrilling hillside tracks through moorlands and woodland, with some of the very best terrain; this national park has it all from fast descents to gentle off road trails.


Take to our skies

For the licensed gliders to those who want to up the heart rate – the beacons are a favourite for soaring over rolling green landscapes.There are five regional clubs in the area who welcome novices and experienced gliders!

Our grassy fields and hilltops serve as excellent take-off and landing sites for paragliders, hang gliders. Some pilots make cross-country flights exceeding 300 miles and fly up to 4 miles high! This is also a favourite region for soaring over the rolling, green landscape in a glider.

You can train at our recognised schools, which are also great spots for those who prefer to watch from the safety of the ground.


Gaze into our Dark Sky

The Brecon Beacons was the first Dark Sky Reserve in Wales with the entire National Park dedicated to nocturnal preservation and reduced energy wastage – some of the best star gazing locations include the Usk Reservoir, Hay Bluff and the National Park Visitor Centre.


Explore our waters

The Brecon Beacons National Park offers an awesome range of options for paddlesports, from the tranquillity of canals and reservoirs to extreme kayaking over jaw-dropping waterfalls

You can go Canoeing, Kayaking, Paddleboarding, White Water Rafting in the Brecon Beacons.


Explore our Caves

The Brecon Beacons National Park is one of the most exciting and varied caving areas in Britain. Our Geopark includes four of the five longest limestone cave systems in Britain. Why not explore this fascinating underworld?


Grab your boots & head to our hills

We have over 1,200 miles of public rights of way in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Go up, up and away into our high country, carved by ice millennia ago. Or explore deep, wooded gorges where rivers are still shaping limestone rocks as they tumble down spectacular waterfalls.

We have lakes and forests too, beauty spots and secret places and trails that suit everyone, from serious outdoor enthusiasts to families out for a Sunday afternoon walk in the countryside.


Rock climbing and abseiling

If you enjoy climbing, why not take a look at things from a different angle and reach new heights on the cliffs in our National Park. We have plenty of natural challenges for climbers and abseilers, including sheltered crags, old quarries and rocky escarpments with stunning vistas.

For more information on any of the above activities use the Extra Information page for website and contact details.