Countryside and woodland in Wales
The wild landscape of Wales offers every kind of adventure, from ancient woodland and riverside walks to spectacular mountain trails, and beautiful valleys brimming with Welsh tales and legends.
Explore the beautiful valley of Craflwyn and Beddgelert beneath the peaks of Snowdonia, or the rivers and open moorland of Ysybyty Ifan, with plenty of wildlife to see along the way.
Soak up the sites of myths and legends in the heart of Snowdonia, with tumbling waterfalls, lakes and woodland to explore at Craflwyn and Beddgelert.
Discover dramatic river valleys and wild open moorland with rare plants and bird life near the picturesque village of Ysbyty Ifan.
Explore the remote rugged landscapes of South Snowdonia. Ancient oak woodland at Dolmelynllyn and the volcanic rocks at Cregennan provide natural habitats for a wide variety of wildlife. Look closely beneath your feet to seek glacial fossils and rare lichens across the heathland.
Experience the wildest landscape of Eryri (Snowdonia) | Profwch dirlun anial Eryri
Experience the vast wilderness and ancient landscape of Mid Wales, from mountain moorland and peat bog to dramatic valleys and waterfalls.
Discover a place of unspoilt and dramatic landscapes, where steep-sided valleys give way to spectacular open commons with far-reaching views across to the Brecon Beacons.
Visit the highest waterfall in South Wales at Henrhyd Falls, follow meandering trails through the beautiful Usk Valley or discover Pembrokeshire's wooded valleys and tidal creeks.
Explore Southwood’s timeless landscape of wooded valleys, floral fields and craggy clifftops. Stretching straight to the sea, this charming coastal spot is full of scenic surprises. | Dewch i grwydro’r dirwedd ddigyfnewid o ddyffrynnoedd coediog, caeau blodau a chlogwyni geirwon yn Southwood. Yn ymestyn yn syth i’r môr, mae’r llecyn arfordirol hudolus hwn yn wledd o olygfeydd rhyfeddol.
Explore Upper Tarell Valley, a semi-ancient woodlands in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons or visit Graig Llech Woods with the famous Henrhyd Falls.
Discover a tranquil retreat at Lanlay in the Vale of Glamorgan with community orchard, hay meadows and an abundance of wildflowers and veteran trees. Lanlay is the perfect escape.
Follow the Cleddau waterway through tranquil, ancient woodland, expansive salt marsh and heritage-rich tidal creeks.
Discover the ancient woodland of St Mary’s Vale, Clytha’s 18th-century estate, Coed y Bwnydd’s reserved Iron Age hillfort and Parc Lodge Farm’s woodland and rolling countryside.
Discover a world of magnificent views and peaceful woodlands, combined with beautiful pleasure grounds just waiting to be enjoyed – with lots of picnics and gentle walks.
Explore the spectacular mountain peaks of Wales, from the challenging climb up Tryfan in North Snowdonia, to the iconic mountains of Pen y Fan and the Sugar Loaf in South Wales.
Have a nature adventure in Wales and discover all kinds of wildlife, from the famous otters of Bosherston Lakes in Pembrokeshire, to the red squirrels of Plas Newydd in North Wales.
If you’re bringing your dog to the places we care for, here’s information on the Canine Code and pawprint rating system to plan your visit.
Help to look after National Trust places by observing a few simple guidelines during your visit and following the Countryside Code.
Visit an amazing collection of gardens and parks in Wales. From walled gardens to arboretums and countryside estates, there’s plenty to explore.
Step into a medieval fortress with dungeons at Chirk or visit the home of the Welsh princes at Powis Castle. Discover some of the finest and most famous castles in Wales.
Explore magnificent Welsh mansions and their collections, from ancestral homes to buildings designed by renowned architects. Discover the history and tales from bygone days, in breath-taking settings across Wales.
Explore 157 miles of Welsh coastline protected by the National Trust, from long golden beaches to rugged clifftops.