Llangorse Lake Guided Walk with views
A stunning freshwater lake.
- 4 hr 30 min4 hours 30 minutes
- From 130 British poundsFrom £130
- St Gastyn's church, Llangasty Tal-y-llyn, Brecon LD3 7PX
A professionally guided 4 mile countryside walk in an exceptionally beautiful part of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Llangorse lake is the largest natural lake in Wales. Like the mountain lakes, it lies in a hollow formed by glacial action, but at 154m above sea level, it’s far more accessible. We visit the nature reserve & Llangasty church. There’s a beautifully designed timber bird hide in the reserve, looking out over the reeds and the water beyond, so bring your binoculars! In the summer the meadows next to the lake, which we will walk through, are home to many wild flowers attracting dragonflies. The British Wildlife Trust has named Llangorse as the first 'Dragonfly hot-spot' in Wales! This walk is a great easy route which is mainly flat with one small hill which gives you those views of the lake and the Beacons. Things will be taken at a steady pace with plenty of time for absorbing the views and taking photos! Assistance is given over stiles and anywhere where else when needed. Dogs are allowed but will need to be kept on a lead and under control, as there will probably be livestock around, and possibly ground-nesting birds.
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