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Countryside or coast? We have a range of short walks in West Wales to suit you.
Have a little amble on one of our short walks in Snowdonia, Anglesey or the Llyn Peninsula.
Try one of our short walks in the countryside of Mid Wales or on the coast of South Wales.
For a 3-mile walk or longer, we've got plenty of walks for you to enjoy in wonderful West Wales.<...
North Wales has lots to offer the energetic and brave. Will you walk with dragons?
From Abergwesyn Commons to Rhossili Bay, we have a walk that will inspire you.
Dinas Emrys – the experience
The day we set out to conquer Dinas Emrys we were a mixed bunch of 10 colleagues. All but one was younger than me and I was worried about my creaky knees.
The hill loomed before us, enclosing that end of the valley. The path, however, wound around at an easy incline, and from our side at least the hill was not so tough and I made it to the top without disgrace.
Snowdonia’s second mountain - Cadair Idr...
The mountain that most hill walkers climb on their first visit to Snowdonia is our highest and most famous peak, Y Wyddfa, Snowdon.
But there’s another mountain which deserves to be the goal of anyone planning their first experience of the mountains of North Wales, Cadair Idris. Its distinctive spread-eagle outline is a constant presence on the southern horizon when you are climbing its higher neighbours.
Pen y Fan – The rooftop of South Wales
Why am I drawn to climb Pen y Fan on such a regular basis?
Is it the steep climb up Corn Ddu?
Is it the ravens keeping me company, cronking as I climb?
Or maybe it’s the view on a clear spring day, looking down at the multicoloured patchwork of farmers’ fields.
Childhood memories of the Sugarloaf
St Mary’s Vale on the Sugarloaf near Abergavenny holds a feast of childhood memories for Hana. Learning about nature and watching wildlife were just some of the things to do on a family walk.
Just some of our best walking areas
The jagged mountains of Snowdonia have some of the best views in the World.
Not as rugged as Snowdonia but still just as challenging, after all it is the training area for t...
The coast of Pembrokeshire has some of Wales most spectacular views.
With the best beach in the UK, Gower has plenty to offer those who are looking for fresh sea air....