Wye Valley Canoes
Hire Canadian canoes or a kayak and paddle off downstream to Hay-on-Wye or to the Boat Inn at Whitney.
What makes it special
- Canoes, kayaks, double kayaks and mountain bikes
April to October 7 days a week 9.00am - 5.00pm
5.5 mile trip £25.00 per person
10.5 mile trip £35.00 per person
Other things to do nearby
Symonds Yat is one of the best areas for climbing.
Try indoor rock climbing and bouldering, rope bridges, high level cargo nets, abseiling or flying down the indoor zip line!
Because of its location it's thought that the Norman Priory might have been built on the site of an older, possibly Celtic, church.
The collection has artefacts from around the world that reflect the history and character of a 300 year old regiment.
The hostel is in a fantastic area for either a stroll or more challenging hike.
The Brecon Beacons National Park has lots of green roads, ideal for the relaxed mountain biker. You can hire bikes in the town or have them delivered to the hostel if you book in advance.
** currently the actual museum is going through a refurbishment, so is closed. The shop is open. ** Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery is one of the finest and liveliest small museums i
6 miles A great family day out, with indoor and outdoor play areas and animal petting farm. Visit the website
In a thoughtfully designed, tranquil setting, you'll be greeted by 'Numpy' a Giant Milky Eagle Owl. A real beak to nose experience!
At the foot of the Black Mountains, on the A40 between Crickhowell and Brecon, is this award winning Inn. Visit the Inn website
This lovely area is great for water sports, so whatever mode of water transport takes your fancy, take the plunge and enjoy some fun on, or in, the water!
Four distinct gardens over 70 acres with more than 5000 rare trees and shrubs – a unique garden for all seasons. Visit the website
A myriad of small, quiet roads all the way down from Shropshire to the Herefordshire Marches.
Crickhowell is a hub for Brecon Beacon National Park mountain biking routes, but there are a number of other routes in the area for all abilities.
The Welsh borders are a fantastic contrast to the rolling hills of Herefordshire with its black and white villages. Offa's Dyke runs straight past the hostel with some of the best scenic stretches.
Discover a rich variety of land and habitats, from moors, wooded valleys and farmland, to cave systems, waterfalls and wetlands.