Walks in Wales
With endless paths, we have great views and landscapes to explore. Just grab your walking boots and try one of these great walks for some fresh air and the best Wales has to offer. There's a walk suitable for everyone whatever your ability.
Plas Newydd, Anglesey
You'll find excellent bird spotting and maybe a chance to see a red squirrel on this easy walk at Plas Newydd. Explore the combination of marine and woodland habitats with the mansion as your backdrop.
Craflwyn and Nantgwynant, Snowdonia
You'll find legends all around you on this energetic walk in the shadow of Snowdon.
Aberdaron to Mynydd Mawr, Llwn peninsula
Discover the remote and beautiful coastline of Llwn with historic links to Bardsey, the 'Isle of 20,000 saints'.
Porthdinllaen, Llwn peninsula
Explore this rugged headland fringed by a sandy bay and the picturesque fishing hamlet of Porthdinllaen. In summer stop for a lovely lunch at Tw Coch.
Porthor to Mynydd Anelog, Llwn peninsula
Listen out for the 'whistling sands' as you walk across this peaceful beach. Discover fascinating geology, traditional Llwn farming and lots of seabirds.
Take an evening walk star gazing on this beautiful, unspoilt beach.
The Gribin at Solva, Pembrokeshire
Enjoy this leisurely stroll with magnificent coastal views from the rocky headland of the Gribin.
Treginnis peninsula, Pembrokeshire
This six mile challenging walk will allow you to explore this dramatic landscape. Admire Pembrokeshire's spectacular backdrop for wildlife and flowers.
St David's Head, Pembrokeshire
Explore this spectacular coastal headland looking across an island-dotted seascape. Look out for the prehistoric megalith Coetan Arthur.
Stackpole estate, Pembrokeshire
Discover Stackpole, a wildlife haven of sand dunes, beaches and cliff tops, woodland and lily ponds.
Porthgain to Abereiddi, Pembrokeshire
Here you'll find a secluded harbour once a hive of industrial activity. Wander through the rich industrial heritage and admire the dramatic coastal views.
Marloes peninsula, Pembrokeshire
Look out for the iconic Puffin on this 5 mile walk. Explore the beautiful coastal trail and keep an eye out for some great wildlife spotting opportunities.
Dinefwr Park, Carmarthenshire
See the White Park cattle in this historic parkland. Once home to Welsh princes it's now a National Nature Reserve.
Explore one of the UK's most iconic beaches. You'll see signs of an historic coastline and great wildlife from seabirds to seals.
Bishopston Valley, Gower
This south Gower landscape once famed for quarrying, mining and smuggling, is now a haven for wildlife.
Pennard Cliffs, Gower
A cliff top circular walk towards Pwll Du Bay that takes you through wildflower meadows. On a clear day this walk has great views across the Bristol Channel to Devon.
Whitford Burrows, Gower
Explore this fascinating landscape of dunes, saltmarsh and pine woods on the remote North Gower coast. Look out for
great views over Loughor estuary.
Horseshoe ridge on the Brecon Beacons
A challenging nine mile walk that takes you through a dramatic landscape with spectacular views. Remember to look out for ancient burial cairns.