Walks of discovery in Wales

The view down to Porthdinllaen and across Llŷn Peninsula

Awaken the senses and take a walk of discovery through Wales this spring. We’re opening new paths to undiscovered places, reimagining familiar routes and revisiting old favourites. But walking isn’t just good for the body, mind and soul. Your visit will help us to look after these paths for future generations to tread.

North Wales
Autumn vista of trees from Furnace Meadow, Bodnant Garden

Bird's Eye Bodnant Garden walk

Discover our new hillside area, Furnace Wood and Meadow - it's a workout and the rewards are views for miles around!

Discover a 19th-century fantasy castle with spectacular surroundings

Discover nature walk at Penrhyn

Discover the habitats, animals and plants around our special place as you follow our walk.

Plas Newydd with the Menai Strait and Snowdonia in the background

Walk the hidden corners of Plas Newydd

Enjoy the stunning views over the Menai Strait, the Faenol and Snowdonia as you walk around the beautiful grounds of Plas Newydd.

Dawn view of Chirk Castle in Wales

Battle of Crogen circular walk

Find the 'Gate of the Dead' and Battle of Crogen on this circular walk from Chirk Castle. Walking alongside Offa's Dyke you will stumble across 1,000 years of history and conflict.

Llyn Ogwen, still waters, with the snow-capped peak of Y Garn, Snowdonia, Wales

Llyn Ogwen circular walk

Escape the crowds and enjoy stunning views on this relatively easy walk around Llyn Ogwen. Legends say it’s the last resting place of King Arthur’s sword Excalibur.

The view down to Porthdinllaen and across Llŷn Peninsula

Porthdinllaen walk, Llŷn Peninsula

This walk will reward you with stunning views in all directions as you follow it along a splinter of land that's an outstanding wildlife haven.

South Wales
Plant Hunter Expedition Camp

Plant Hunter Expedition at Dyffryn Gardens

Grab your wits and your muddy boots as you set off on an adventure through the evolving woodland of our significant arboretum to complete our special expedition over the Easter holidays.

A female fallow deer at Dinefwr

Dinefwr Park wildlife walk, Carmarthenshire

This parkland walk takes in some of the estate’s great wildlife-spotting places, as well as a fascinating medieval castle and 17th-century mansion.

Vew of the Dolaucothi countryside

Estate trail at Dolaucothi

Take in spectacular views and catch a glimpse of a red squirrel or pine marten on this trail to the highest spot on the Dolaucothi estate.

Walking boots on the coast path

Marloes Sands and Mere walk

Put your walking boots on and enjoy a 30-minute circular route around the peninsula, taking in the best of the beach and birdwatching.

Visitors on Pennard Cliffs, Gower, Wales.

Bishopston Valley walk

Discover the Guzzle Hole, Ash Mine and wet meadows around our special place on your walk.

Parkland at Clytha Estate, Monmouthshire

Clytha and Coed-y-Bwnydd walk

Ramble through an 18th-century estate, taking in the wildlife-rich River Usk and Coed-y-Bwnydd. Take in the beautiful views of the Sugarloaf and wider Usk Valley, and of Clytha Castle.