The jagged mountains of Snowdonia have some of the best views in the world. Hike to Dinas Emrys, an iron age hill-fort and legendary birthplace to Wales' red dragon. Stroll along the Afon Glaslyn or trek around the shores of Cwm Idwal's glaciated lake.
Featuring the iconic skyline of Pen y Fan, Corn Du and Cribyn, the Brecon Beacons offer a spectacular landscape rich in natural beauty. Whether you're seeking challenging walks, wide open spaces or secluded waterfalls, the Brecon Beacons provides the best of them all.
Take a walk along Stackpole, a beautiful 8-mile stretch of coastline with sandy beaches, wooded valleys and lily ponds. A special place for sea views and circular coastal walks. Or explore the dramatic coastal landscape of St David's Peninsula, a heather moorland steeped in Celtic history.
Explore the UK's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with its sandy bays, secluded coves, ancient woodland and spectacular clifftop walks. Cross the rocky causeway to the tidal island of Worms Head, explore the remains of the Helvetia, a ship wrecked in 1887 on Rhossili Bay or have fun on one of the world's best beaches. There's something for everyone.
Whether it's a short amble or a long ramble, we have the walks for you.
Walking is the best way to get outdoors and enjoy nature, what better place to enjoy it than in the mountains or on the coastline of Wales?