How old is Dan Yr Ogof caves?
A cave system and popular tourist attraction in the Swansea Valley is celebrating 100 years since it was discovered by farmers. The Morgan brothers tracked water which was coming onto their land back to a labyrinth of caves on 21 August, 1912.
Where are the showcaves in Wales?
the Brecon Beacons National Park
The National Showcaves Centre for Wales in the Brecon Beacons National Park is one of Wales’ top attractions. Discover and explore the twisting passageways and great caverns. Come face to face with over 200 life-sized dinosaur models, and visit the gentle giants at the Shire Horse Centre.
What county is Dan yr Ogof caves?
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Can you take dogs to Dan yr Ogof caves?
Can you take dogs to Dan Yr Ogof? Family friendly dogs are welcome at the showcaves but not all parts of the site are dog friendly and dogs must be always kept on a short lead whilst in the caves. One thing to note is that if you intend to visit the Shire Horse area of the site then dogs are not allowed.
Is it cold in Dan yr Ogof caves?
The Showcaves are a constant 50°F, so an extra layer is advisable, especially if it is warm outside.
What is there to do in Brecon Beacons with dogs?
Dog Friendly Places to Visit in the Brecon Beacons
- Doggy Days at the National Botanic Gardens of Wales.
- Red Kite Feeding Centre at Llandeusant.
- Tretower Court.
- Brecon Cathedral.
- National Park Visitor Centre.
- The Old Railway Line Garden Centre.
- Blaenavon Ironworks.
- Goytre Wharf and Canal Visitor Centre.
Where is the deepest cave in Wales?
Upper Swansea Valley
Ogof Ffynnon Ddu (Welsh for cave of the black spring), also known informally as OFD, is a cave under a hillside in the area surrounding Penwyllt in the Upper Swansea Valley in South Wales. It is the second longest cave in Wales and the deepest in the United Kingdom.
What do you wear to Dan yr Ogof caves?
What does the admission ticket cover? The Showcaves are a constant 50°F, so an extra layer is advisable, especially if it is warm outside. Although there are good pathways throughout the Showcaves, sensible sturdy footwear is advisable.
Is the four waterfalls walk suitable for dogs?
Yes dogs are allowed. It’s all public walkways.
Are dogs allowed at Brecon Beacons?
Dogs love the Brecon Beacons With so much space to explore both you and your dog will have a great time visiting our National Park. With miles of footpaths and acres of commons perfect for walkies, the Brecon Beacons is a very exciting place to visit if you’ve got a wet nose and a wagging tail.
How hard is the 4 waterfalls walk?
The walk is about 4 miles and takes about 3 hours. The fourth waterfall , Sgwd yr Eira , steepest and by far the most strenuous. but is is beautiful- albeit crowded . You don’t need walking boots for the trail but are a must for the step steps to the waterfalls .