Following the First Minster of Wales’ announcement on Friday lifting travel restrictions in Wales. Restrictions have been lifted in regards to the remaining access area and rights of way closures in the Brecon Beacons National Park.

The following was posted on the Brecon Beacons National Park’s Facebook page.

We are looking forward to providing a warm Welsh welcome to the Brecon Beacons National Park, however we would like to ask visitors to follow the First Minster of Wales’ request to visit Wales safely. “We ask that you plan ahead as although footpaths and carparks are open many associated facilities are not. Please remember that if it feels too crowded it is too crowded and have a ‘plan B’ ready for your visit.”

The First Minister of Wales has in particular asked that you “Be kind to local residents and to fellow visitors by parking considerately, leaving nothing behind and following the recently revised countryside code.”

Chief Executive of the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority, Julian Atkins said “We know how much everyone has missed the Brecon Beacons and enjoying our National Park. With our communities we look forward to welcoming you as you visit Wales safely. Please respect people, protect the natural environment and enjoy the National Park safely.”