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This linear walk is in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty takes in a 6 mile section of the Llyn Coastal Path from Porth Ysgaden to Porthdinllaen.
This is a lengthy route which explores the pretty town of Presteigne and its surrounding, tranquil countryside including a short but impressive section of the famous Offa’s Dyke trail.
Along this circular route you can learn about Tredegar’s rich history through a series of public artworks celebrating the men, women and children who helped to shape the town.
This gentle yet beautiful circular route takes us on a stroll alongside the incredible Lake Vyrnwy which is five miles long and holds enough water to fill 13,500 Olympic swimming pools.
This short, beautiful walk has you following in the footsteps of the great Coloratura Soprano Madame Adelina Patti in her beloved former country estate of Craig y Nos.
A challenging circular route in a spectacular mountain range including three summits, a glacial lake and a climb up one of Wales’ most impressive peaks.
This linear route travels along the coastal path from Sully to Penarth’s iconic pier which earned the Victorian town the reputation of “The Garden by the Sea”.
This circular route takes you through the spectacular grounds of Dinefwr Park, encompassing the incredible Newton House, Dinefwr Castle and much more.
This pretty Pembrokeshire walk follows part of the Wales Coastal Path that begins and ends in the picturesque coastal village of Porthgain.
A short circular walk exploring the sights and sounds of RSPB Conwy’s Nature Reserve. It’s an accessible walk for all abilities through a range of habitats from wetlands to estuary mudflats.
This is a town and country walk that starts and ends in the historic Welsh border town of Welshpool. It includes many points of hidden history to uncover along the way.
This delightful circular walk takes us through parkland, woodland, along a beach and up to an old castle high on a hill. The sea air will ensure you sleep well at the end of it!
This challenging walk takes you to the top of the fifth highest mountain in Wales, Glyder Fawr, whose summit lies at just over 1,000m (3,280ft) making it officially a supermountain!
This circular walk explores the less trodden paths of the Black Mountains, offering a peaceful alternative to the busier routes in the Brecon Beacons.
This coast and country walk tells a tale of industry and architecture as it weaves its way from Porthmadog to Portmeirion.
A walk around the Dolaucothi Gold mines, before breaking out onto the nearby estate and climbing up to the trig point for some stunning views over the Cothi Valley.
Derek visits the small Belgian town of Ypres and the surrounding area. Ypres was where the British stopped the German advance in autumn 1914 and was the site of a series of battles.
Derek visits important places of interest in the Somme area, including Mametz Wood, the site of a key battle for Welsh troops throughout World War One.
A journey from the magnificent Caerphilly Castle over the mountain, ending at the fairy-tale Castle Coch.
This is a gentle walk between two breath-taking bridges - The Britannia Bridge and The Menai Suspension Bridge.
An easy 3.5 mile walk around the second largest island in Wales which is full of wildlife.
The Carneddau mountains are full of history, stunning scenery and wild ponies.
A 5.5 mile easy walk that takes in the delightful seaside town and uncovers some hidden gems.
A nine mile wild walk up into the Berwyn Range, following in the footsteps of the old drovers making their way to market.
A challenging eight mile gorge walk with rewarding views.
A 3.8 mile walk taking in historical highlights and best views from the beautiful Margam Country Park.
This peaceful trail in Afan Forest Park follows a figure-of-eight, allowing walkers to complete it as one longer route or choose a gentler, three-mile stroll.
This walk over the hills above Pontypridd follows in the footsteps of pilgrims across the Rhondda.
A short walk uncovering Newport’s past as a pioneer of industrial transport, and on through Allt-yr-Ynn nature reserve.
Newborough to St Dwynwen's Island. (Note, this is only available as a text page.)
This walk, right on Prestatyn’s back doorstep, is an unexpected gem. The location marks the start of the Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, one of just five AONBs in Wales.
This is a delightful linear walk that unfolds to reveal its
charm with each undulating twist and turn. On a clear day the 360° views from the summit of Moel y Garnedd are spectacular and rival any in the whole of Snowdonia.
A challenging walk involving steep climbs, a section of the ‘Mon + Brec’ canal and a stroll through a fine country estate.
The Ogwen Valley is arguably one of the most beautiful spots in Wales and renowned for its majestic peaks, world-class climbs and low-level walks.
The stunning west Wales coastline features in this strenuous walk, which also has some inland treats.
A circular walk on Anglesey exploring the maritime village of Moelfre, the ‘shipwreck coast’, and some remains of the island’s ancient past.
A walk of nearly six miles past Neolithic chambers and through pretty villages and spectacular gardens.
A 5.7 mile walk around the seaside town of New Quay on Cardigan Bay where Dylan and his wife Caitlin lived during the war.
This delightful walk through Dylan Thomas country takes in views of the Taf Estuary, the coastal salt marshes, and across the rolling hills of Carmarthenshire.
A 3.7 mile walk around Dylan’s hometown, starting at his childhood home on Cwmdonkin drive.
A walk through the farms and lanes of the Llansteffan Peninsula and around its spectacular headland.
Explore the rugged beauty of Great Orme, a giant headland overlooking the Irish Sea.
A walk from Llangynog to the spectacular Pistyll Rheadr waterfall, one of the seven wonders of Wales.
A 5.5 mile circular walk to this dramatic Welsh castle and the river Cennen.
A gentle 4.3 mile walk around a historic and religious island.
Fascinating 7.5 mile walk through both town and country, packed full of history with a few surprises thrown in for good measure.
A varied six mile circular walk starting beside the Dyfi estuary and climbing to a high ridge with glorious views in all directions.
A nine mile walk through quiet walking country with breathtaking views over patchwork fields and the Wye Valley.
An eight and a half mile circular walk along the rugged north coast of Anglesey taking in sea views, ancient geology and history.
An eight mile circular walk through the heart of the Padarn Country Park and the Dinorwig slate quarries.
An eleven mile walk along the estuary via the Millenium Coastal Park from Bynea to the old harbour at Pembrey.
A five mile circular walk around Cardiff Bay taking in the areas iconic landmarks along sections of the Cardiff Bay Trail.
A two and a half mile circular walk through Cwm Ratgoed - a beautiful, sheltered valley just north of Aberllefenni in south Gwynedd.
A four mile walk following part of the Beacon's Way, taking in Skirrid Fawr, Llanvihangel Court and the haunted Skirrid Inn.
An eight mile walk through Greenfield Valley and along the Dee Estuary with views over the Wirral to Flint Castle.
A five mile circular walk along the coast to Holyhead Mountain, North and South Stack.
A four and a half mile circular walk from Pentyrch, through Coed y Bedw Reserve up the summit of Garth Mountain.
A ten and a half mile trek along a quieter section of the Pembrokeshire coastal path from Trefin to Pwll Deri hostel.
A 7.5 mile linear walk along the spine of Offa's Dyke to the historic market town of Montgomery.
A five and a half mile walk around the 'Picturesque' Hafod Estate in the Ystwyth Valley taking in woodland and waterfalls.
A four and a half mile circular walk, along the Taf estuary to Dylan's Birthday Walk and up over Sir John's Hill.
An eight mile trip from Barry Docks to Rhoose Point, passing through Porthkerry Country Park.
A six mile trek following the Huw Tom Uplands Walk over the hills to the pretty village of Rowen.
A four and a half mile upland walk through heather moorland to Moel Famau, the mother of mountains.
A six circular walk through the foothills of the nearby Cader Idris in the Snowdonia National Park.
A nine and a half mile walk along the coast taking in hidden coves, dolphins and amazing rock strata.
A tough ten and a half mile walk with stunning views, taking in some of Wales' most iconic peaks.
A seven mile walk from Caswell Bay, taking in Brandy cove, Pwll Du Bay and the Upper Bishopston Valley.
A six mile walk through the heart of the Rhondda Valleys, past waterfalls and former industrial landscapes.
A short circular walk taking in the island's maritime and wartime history and local wildlife that live on this Bristol Channel hideway.
An eight mile walk beyond the town to bronze age cairns and the Chartist's Cave with its deathly secrets.