When to go
All year round
From £ 50pp
Looking for a white-water rafting adventure? Why not come to Brecon Beacons? The raging waters will test your rafting skills to the hilt. One moment you’ll feel like a water warrior, and the very next you will feel like you are being pushed to your mental and physical limits.
Our white-water rafting programme is held on the upper reaches of the River Wye in South Wales and runs during the winter months from October till the end of April. You’ll receive training sessions from experienced and certified white-water rafting experts. They will prepare you to face the most challenging natural white-water currents. The designated course covers 15 miles and includes the famous Hell Hole.
White-water rafting in South Wales can be a good stress buster for those who love to get wet and enjoy white-knuckle rides.
Black Mountain is synonymous with a wide range of outdoor adventure activities such as paddleboarding, rock climbing, caving, canoeing, kayaking, biking, land carting, archery, abseiling and a lot more. Our instructors are passionate about adventure sports and all of them are certified. We have more than 20 years of experience in outdoor activities and operate a British Canoeing-certified centre offering courses on the River Wye.
The minimum age for white-water rafting is 16 years.
- Safety kit
- Buoyancy aid
- Meals and beverages
- Bespoke adventure for you or your group.
- Kit for borrowing
- Meals/ drinks
How to get there
Located in South Wales, Brecon Beacons National Park is well-connected by bus, train and air from all major cities in the UK. From Cardiff, our activity centre is an hour’s drive away.