Mynydd Llangorse is a hill on the western edge of the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park in Powys, south Wales. It lies two miles east of Llangors and its lake and 5 miles south of Talgarth. Its summit at 515m (1690 feet) overtops the location 600m to the south at which a trig point is sited by 9m. The broad spur of Cefn Moel extends south towards the village of Bwlch whilst a spur to the southeast forms Pen Tir which reaches just over 450m above sea level. It is a Marilyn with a prominence of 161 metres. [Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mynydd_Llangorse]
Just a short walk from the car or incorporated into a day outing, Mynydd Llangorse offers spectacular views over Llangorse lake looking towards Pen Y Fan in the distance.