Our short walks in South Wales are only up to three miles long but are packed with things to see and do. You may see seals at Martin's Haven, wetland wildfowl at Marloes mere or ancient White Park cattle at Dinefwr. Be impressed by the geology of Garn Fawr and the rugged coastline of Pembrokeshire and take a few steps back in time at the gold mines at Dolaucothi.
Enjoy (almost) all the views the Brecon Beacons National Park has to offer without any of the climb on this easy walk on the Begwns.
Enjoy this pleasant walk along some of the finest limestone grassland in Wales.
One of the best beaches in Wales, Rhosili is a haven for people who want to enjoy the coast - walking, surfing or just building sandcastles.
A short but spectacular walk around the end of the Marloes Peninsula with lots of seals (pups in autumn), heather and wildflowers, spectacular rocks and sea views.
A gentle one-mile stroll around the grounds of the Dolaucothi mansion, taking in a riverside walk and the main approach.
Enjoy a refreshing ramble around Dinas Island for some of the best views in Pembrokeshire.
Enjoy stunning views across Carmarthen Bay, wildflowers and local history on this cliff-top walk to a secluded bay.
A chance to explore the amazing landscape and parkland designed by the Cawdor family.
A short but spectacular walk to the top of Garn Fawr for stunning seascapes and heaps of history, from an Iron Age fort to a World War lookout.
Discover ancient trees and wildlife on this walk designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown when he visited Dinefwr in 1775.
Enjoy a scenic walk around the beautiful Bosherston Lakes; see the infamous waterlilies, otters and lakeside views.
Walking boots and wellies at the ready, Abermawr’s charming woodlands, shingle beach, marsh and meadows were made for exploring.
A great cliff-top walk for wildlife watching, plus marvellous views out to sea, and you may even be lucky enough to spot dolphins or porpoises offshore.
Put your walking boots on and enjoy a 30-minute circular route around the peninsula, taking in the best of the beach and birdwatching.
Start your seaside story in the harbour and embark on a circular walk from the village up to the impressive Gribin headland. Unspoilt coastal scenery awaits.
Make tracks through woodland and wildlife-rich farmland before setting foot on clifftop coast paths and beach-side banks.
A wonderful trail for those looking for a moderately difficult walk in a beautiful woodland with opportunities to spot some elusive wildlife.
Tread in the footsteps of Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton, who came here to see the fine views of Wales and England more than 200 years ago and visit two interesting Georgian buildings.
Retrace the steps of gold miners through the ages, from the mine entrances used by the Romans to the remains of the crushing mill used in the 1930s at Dolaucothi Gold Mines.
Go for a wander and walk your way through timeless woodland. Lawrenny’s spot on the river bank is great for waterfront views and wildlife watching.
Discover great views across Cardigan Bay and a barefoot walking path on this family-friendly adventure walk into the wild.
Enjoy impressive views of the lower Neath Valley from the higher points of this circular walk, which links into the village of Cadoxton.
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For a 3-mile walk or longer, we've got plenty of walks for you to enjoy in wonderful Wales.
You can walk the entire coastline of Wales from North to South and one step in every ten will be taken on land cared for by us. Grab your boots and enjoy our pick of the best walks.
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.