Carmarthenshire

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The Category Carmarthenshire is a subset of Mid and West Wales.

 

The following Carmarthenshire Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Paths and Trails'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Carmarthen and District Ramblers

- Llandovery - Walkers Are Welcome

 

*Brechfa Forest
Size (acreage)16000
Overview

'Brechfa Forest covers some 6500 hectares and is looked after by Forestry Commission Wales [now Natural Resources Wales] for the benefit of people, wildlife and timber production. There are walking and mountain bike trails for you to enjoy.'

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*Dinefwr Ramblers
Overview

'We are one of the smaller Ramblers groups but we offer a wide range of walks with experienced leaders who know where to go for memorable rambles. We welcome new walkers in both Welsh and English, and a few of us even manage some words in other languages.'

*Discover Carmarthenshire
Overview

'Nestled in a gorgeous corner of south west Wales is a walkers' paradise just waiting to be discovered. Come walking in Carmarthenshire and you will be stepping into a county of breathtaking beauty with a rural and coastal scene guaranteed to stop you in your tracks.'

*Llanelli Festival of Walks
Overview

Usually held Late Spring Bank Holiday Weekend.

*Llanelli Ramblers
Overview

'A friendly and active collection of people who enjoy a varied and interesting programme of walks and social activities. Formed in 1984, the group has seen membership soar in recent years to over 300, making it the biggest RA group in West Wales.'

*Llanelli Wetland Centre
Size (acreage)450
Overview

'Mosaic of lakes, scrapes, pools, streams and lagoons adjoining the salt marshes and shore of the scenic Burry Inlet. The range of habitats makes the 450 acre site a refuge for many different plants and animals with tens of thousands of migratory birds visiting every year.'

*Llansteffan & Llanybri Community Council
Overview

'Three circular walks (Coastal, Pilgrim and Farming) bring to life the cultural distinctiveness of the Llanybri locality featuring the stories, heritage and artefacts associated with (i) pilgrims and holiday-makers passing by; (ii) local characters making a living on coast, river and marsh and (iii) farming life in days gone by.'

*National Botanic Garden of Wales
Overview

'There is so much to see here that you'll need a full day, if not more, to see everything ... As a rule, the "must sees" for most of our visitors are [35] The Great Glasshouse, and [18] The Double Walled Garden, whilst nature lovers also want to know about [43] Waun Las NNR.

*West Wales Gay Outdoor Club
Overview

'We are fortunate to have some of the UK’s best scenery virtually on our doorstep and our walks cover a huge area including Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, Brecon Beacons and The Gower.'

Carmarthen Urban Walks
Overview

Six walks around and about Carmarthen Town Centre: 'Many of the walks given can be lengthened as walking ability improves ... These additional streets only take an extra 5 - 20 minutes to walk and are just as quick and much healthier than jumping in a taxi or on a bus.'

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Dylan Thomas Birthday Walk
Distance (miles)2
Overview

'Enjoy the magnificent views of the estuary, Dylan's boathouse, the Gower, north Devon, Caldey Island and Tenby.'

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Bob Stevens

Saint Illtyd's Walk
Distance (miles)64
Overview

'Saint Illtyd was a well respected 7th century saint, the trail follows a route that St Illtyd is believed to have travelled whilst preaching in South Wales. The trail links with other long distance routes in south Wales including the Coed Morgannwg Way, Wales Coastal Path and the Ogwr Ridgeway Walk.'

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Walk Around Wales [Dai Richards]

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