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The Brecon Beacons are situated in southern Wales, Just north of Cardiff.

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The Brecon Beacons are a mountain range in South Wales, UK. They are part of a national park. Highest Peak is Pen-Y-Fan. Located between Merthyr Tydfil (CF48) and Brecon (LD3).

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When was Brecon Beacons created?

Brecon Beacons was created in 1957.

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The Brecon Beacons National Park (BBNP) is 5202 miles.

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Who runs the brecon beacons?

The Brecon Beacons is a national park so the national park authority will govern much of what goes on in terms of the landscape, planning regulations etc. (link below)

What can you see in Brecon beacons?

The Beacons is a famous walking area. The Black mountains form part of the Brecon range. Within the Beacons is the rural town of Brecon where the South Wales Borders were based and who fought the Zulus as seen in the film ZULU. Outside the town is an area known as Daric Lines - Part of the Base of the SAS

Is Pen-y-fan part of the breacon beacons?

Yes, Pen-y-fan is part of the brecon beacons.