Monmouthshire and Beacon Canal
This canal is isolated from the main network. It runs 35 miles through serene countryside, complete with incredible mountain views. This is the most popular attraction in the Brecon Beacons National Park. This beautiful waterway follows the Usk Valley, and is a nature-lovers paradise. There is also a 55-mile long hiking trail called the Taff Trail. This canal was originally opened in 1799 and was a main form of transportation for ironworkers during the industrial age. Part of this canal was granted World Heritage status in 2000. This is a fantastic waterway and a perfect way to spend your day.