The jagged mountain-tops of Snowdonia provide some of the best views in the UK. Hike to Dinas Emrys, an iron age hill-fort and legendary birthplace to Wales' red dragon. Stroll along the Afon Glaslyn or trek around the shores of Cwm Idwal's glaciated lake.
This romantic, cabin-like cottage lies in a secluded woodland setting on the Dolmelynllyn estate within the Snowdonia National Park. Nearby, and easily accessible by footpath, is Rhaiadr Ddu, one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Wales.
Explore the UK's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with its sandy bays, secluded coves, ancient woodland and spectacular clifftop walks. Our trails will lead you through the rocky causeway to the tidal island of Worms Head and along the remains of the Helvetia, a ship wrecked in 1887 on Rhossili Bay.
Overlooking the beach at Rhossili, this former Station Officers house has walking routes all around. It adjoins the National Trust Shop and Visitor Centre, so you can find local information and walking routes here before setting off.
Take a walk along Stackpole, a beautiful 8-mile stretch of coastline with sandy beaches, wooded valleys and lily ponds. Or explore the dramatic coastal landscape of St David's Peninsula, a heather moorland steeped in Celtic history.
This lovingly restored, detached cottage stands within a mile of the bustling cathedral city of St. Davids. Here you'll also find the visitor centre where you can pick up information on local walks including the St. David's Head coastal walk.
Only a couple of hundred metres from the sea, this three-bedroom farmhouse enjoys sweeping views over Fishguard Bay. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs very close to the cottage, so you'll have 186 miles of walking trails to explore from your doorstep.
Nothing beats that inward sense of achievement after completing a walk, discovering new landscapes and conquering high peaks. Find a trail amongst mountains, high above the sea or nestled deep in woodland.