Some areas of Black Mountains now open

Brecon Beacons National Park has re-opened the following areas in the Black Mountains and eastern National Park.

Other areas of the Black Mountains, Central Beacons, Fforest Fawr and Black Mountain remain closed – see https://www.beacons-npa.gov.uk/coronavirus-covid-19/list-of-brecon-beacons-national-park-closures/ for details (including a map showing the closed areas).

Now open:

BB-5 Black Mountains – West
All areas of access land including roadside parking areas, above the hill fence, adjacent to the Black Mountains comprising of Rhos Fach and Rhos Fawr including all public footpaths and bridleways within those areas

BB-10 Mynydd Troed, Mynydd Llangors, Pen Tir and Cefn Moel
All areas of access land including roadside parking areas, above the hill fence, comprising of Mynydd Troed, Mynydd Llangors, Pen Tir and Cefn Moel and all public footpaths, bridleways and restricted byways within those areas

BB-12 Allt yr Esgair
Bridleways nos. 8 and 10 commencing from SO12941,22706 at the A40 layby at Talybryn, Llansantffraed and heading towards Allt yr Esgair

BB-13 Table Mountain, Crickhowell
The area of access land comprising of Table Mountain, Crickhowell and all public footpaths within that area along with public footpath no. 9 between SO22408,19864 and SO22491,20321 and bridleway no. 5 (Cwm Cwmbeth) between SO21956,20081 and SO21826,20885

BB-18 Keeper’s Pond (SO25480,20735) and Foxhunter (SO26324,210750) car parks

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