Discover some of the most dramatic scenery in Wales on these longer walks in North Wales. You'll be able to enjoy the views and find out some of the history that these places hold.
This walk offers some of the most dramatic mountainous scenery in the UK at the oldest National Nature Reserve in Wales.
Explore Welsh upland history - its wildlife and habitats and historic buildings, including the birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, translator of the bible into Welsh.
From a Neolithic burial chamber to newly planted saplings and a recently made pond, this walk offers a look at the old and the new in the countryside around the small manor house Plas yn Rhiw.
Explore the lower slopes of Snowdon and Nant Gwynant valley this autumn discovering a landscape steeped in history and rich colours.
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.
Go up into the hills on an old drovers' road, taking in wonderful views of Dyffryn Conwy and the Carneddau mountains.
Take a walk through the history of upland Wales along riverside, through open farm land and the remains of ancient woodland. Enjoy a huge range of plants and wildlife along the way.
A great waterside walk, taking you alongside the turbulent River Gamlan and past the magnificent Rhaeadr Ddu waterfalls.
See the impressive tumbling Cwm Llan waterfall, and the Welsh Black Cattle that are creating more diverse vegetation on the slopes of Bylchau Terfyn.
A varied circular walk with some of the best scenery in the area. The route starts and finishes at the National Trust Nantmor car park.
Find out what goes on behind the scenes as our special places.
Get outdoors and closer to nature with one of our downloadable walks, put together by our rangers so you too can discover the fantastic places that they are lucky enough to call their office.
This year we’re celebrating the sea in Wales and we’re not short of epic shores to discover along our coastal paths. Here’s our top strolls by the sea in Wales.
Take in the fresh frosty air and burn off the Christmas calories on a Welsh walk. It’s the perfect way to enjoy a crisp winter’s day.