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Walking the Brecon Beacons organises a variety of events and activities, such as guided hikes, nature cleanups, educational workshops, and mindfulness sessions which seek to deepen people’s connections with nature and strengthen bonds within the local community.

The company works with local outdoor providers such as ROC Outdoor Adventure to provide professionally led activities and supports the four mountain rescue teams within Bannau Brycheiniog via fundraising and collaboration.

At WTBB we are driven by our passion for the environment, physical and mental health, spending time in the great outdoors and continuing to develop an inclusive community. To that end we have recently formed as a community interest company and our mission is to create a thriving space where individuals from all walks of life can come together to share their love for nature, engage in outdoor activities, and support each other on their personal journeys, both in person and online.

Through responsible practices and education, we aim to leave a positive impact on the environment for generations to come. Nature has so much to offer, and we encourage our members to explore and appreciate the wonders of the Brecon Beacons.

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Walking the Brecon Beacons

Type:Tour Guide

Forest Holidays Garwnant, Cwmtaf, Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan, CF48 2HU

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