Helpful Information Before & For A Visit
OPENING TIMES & PRICES
Access to the Garn Goch car park, and the whole site is available 24/7.
Entry is free.
DRIVING & PARKING
Postcode: SA19 6YY.
Grid Reference: SN 681 242
Google map of location: http://goo.gl/maps/qzjKy
There are parking spaces for at least a dozen cars, and rarely more than 2 or 3 using it.
WALKING & RIDING
Garn Goch is part of two long distance walking routes:
the 8 day, 159 km Brecon Beacons Way begins or, more usually, ends at Bethlehem, so Garn Goch is the highlight of this 16 km final day's walk that begins at the remarkable Carreg Cennen, and the route takes you right through the site
the recently created and excellent 195 km Heart Of Wales Trail enables you to train-walk-train each day. Route 12 is the 16 km from Llangadog to Llandeilo stations, including 'Carn Goch', which, obviously without any research, it rather unfortunately describes as a 'small ancient Iron Age camp' (at least the word ancient is correct).
There is an equally excellent guide book (essential if you are not to get lost) by Les Lumsden.
It's also great to include on a local horse ride.
You can book a private guided tour from £10 per person (some children go free) between May and October, subject to guide availability, and weather conditions. Find out more here.