The EPYNT WAY ASSOCIATION is grateful to the Ministry of Defence to be able to provide voluntary stewardship for the Epynt Way and for allowing the use of this interesting area for public access.
On behalf of the Epynt Way Association we are pleased to welcome walkers, horse riders and cyclists to the Epynt Way.
This permissive bridle path is entirely on land controlled by the Ministry of Defence and incorporates the Sennybridge Training Area. The Epynt Way follows a route which is close to the boundary of the Training Area and is about 50 miles long.
Important military training is carried out on a daily basis. Users of the Epynt Way are provided with safe access to the perimeter of this area. The route offers a variety of terrain and scenery whilst ensuring that military training and other activities can be carried out safely alongside it.
Much effort is put into the conservation of this unique Epynt environment and we ask that you contribute to this by respecting that environment.
For safety reasons, please always keep to the way marked path and be aware of any nearby military activity. Sudden loud noise is frequent during military training and horse riders in particular should be ready for this. Due to the nature of the terrain, horse riders should be prepared to dismount and lead their horses where appropriate.
You may see objects of a military nature on the ground while using the Epynt Way, please do not touch them. Observe any temporary restrictions that may be put in place to protect your safety. No camping is allowed on the Epynt Way.
We hope that you will enjoy this interesting countryside.