›› The following sections of the Epynt Way will be closed on Saturday 10th July for the Nicky Grist Stages Rally. The sections will be closed between 08:00 and 18:00 hrs:
Section 1, Section 2, Section 5
›› The Epynt Way Visitor Centre is reopening but for social distancing reasons will place a capacity limit of 2 people at a time.
If you are looking for a different walking, mountain biking or horse riding challenge well away from the crowds on Pen y Fan then you should try the Epynt Way. The terrain is varied with natural wooded valleys, high moorland and forest sections and offers spectacular views.
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 close to the boundary and is about 50 miles long. Users of the Epynt Way are entirely safe, provided they follow the designated route marked by posts. Although red flags fly at points on the range, the public can walk on the Epynt Way at any time. Walkers, horse riders and cyclists are welcome.
The Epynt Way Association is comprised of volunteers who monitor the route and report any damage or safety issues to the MOD. The route is divided into sections and each section is monitored by one or two volunteers.
The Association is looking for new members. If you are reasonably fit, like walking and have some free time, please contact the association.