Walking in Wales
Enjoy some of the best coastal, countryside and mountain views on a walk in Wales.
An easy circular walk among the woodlands and open fields surrounding Chirk Castle. Enjoy great views of the 480-acre parkland, marvel at the grand Davies Gates and meet a 500-year-old sweet chestnut tree.
For a walk that's rich in wildlife even in the depths of winter, discover the Bosherston Lily Ponds trail at Stackpole. You can also explore the dunes and pools of the Mere Pool Valley behind Broadhaven South beach.
Discover nature and wildlife on a lakeside walk at Tredegar, suitable for all the family to enjoy. Look out for the resident swans on the lake and low rolling mists along the Oak Avenue during winter mornings.
Blow away the cobwebs on a circular, 3-mile, coastal walk from Aberdaron to Porth Meudwy, a small fishing cove at the tip of the Llŷn Peninsula. Keep a look out for red-legged choughs, the emblem of Llŷn, and masters of flight as they swoop and dive over the coastal cliffs.
Get outdoors and closer to nature with one of our downloadable walks, put together by National Trust rangers.
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.
From mountains and beaches, to gardens and parklands, find a dog walk in Wales that both you and your four-legged friend will love. Here’s your guide to some of the best dog-friendly places to visit in Wales.
Find out about our multi-use trails at the places we care for across Wales that are pushchair-friendly and perfect for wheelchair users and those with mobility aids.
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.
Explore dramatic and beautiful valleys, ancient woodlands and river walks or have an adventure through the wild Welsh mountains and visit some of the country’s most iconic peaks.
Explore 157 miles of Welsh coastline protected by the National Trust, from long golden beaches to rugged clifftops.