Fancy experiencing the coast from a different perspective? Between Whitsun and September you can try kayaking taster sessions from Aberdaron.
Looking for escape from it all, or just seeking an adrenaline thrill? Craflwyn and Beddgelert has something for everyone, go for a walk or make a splash and try kayaking.
For great mountain walks, gentle strolls and rock climbing - the Carneddau and Glyderau are popular with all kinds of adventure seekers.
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.
There’s something for everyone at Porth y Swnt. Be adventurous and try kayaking and cycling, bring the kids for fun activities or stroll at your own pace around the centre.
Discover the beautiful Llyn Dinas on foot or by wheels. Our multi-user footpath allows more people the chance to experience the magnificent views and varied wildlife of Nant Gwynant.
Discover our friendly sports partnership and spend some quality time in the great outdoors.
With consistent swell and strong waves, Freshwater West is regarded as one of Wales’ top surfing spots. Bring your board and see for yourself.
Freshwater West is one of Pembrokeshire's best beaches. It's great for watersports, family adventures and a taste of the seaside.
Surf's up at Gupton Farm! We're delighted to be teaming up with Pembroke's Outer Reef Surf School at our exciting outdoor activity base.
Take the plunge and experience Pembrokeshire’s coastline from a completely different angle. Making a splash is safer and easier with local activity providers.
Make a splash with kayaking and coasteering from Stackpole Quay. Join in with guided sessions and see Pembrokeshire's coast from a different angle.
Climb to the top of Cwm Gwesyn, explore Irfon Valley and enjoy the all-encompassing views as you explore this rich and wild landscape.
Go up into the hills on an old drovers' road, taking in wonderful views of Dyffryn Conwy and the Carneddau mountains.
Explore the lower slopes of Snowdon and Nant Gwynant valley this autumn discovering a landscape steeped in history and rich colours.
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.
The views are spectacular along this rugged coastline on the northern side of the Llŷn Peninsula. This is a great walk to absorb some of the history and heritage of the area.
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