Country: Wales

! Brecknockshire KEY
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The Category Brecknockshire is a subset of Powys.

 

The following Brecknockshire 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):

- Crickhowell - Walkers Are Welcome

- Llanwrtyd Wells Walking Club

! Bridgend KEY
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The Category Bridgend is a subset of Glamorgan.

 

The following Bridgend 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):

- Brynna Woods and Llanharan Marsh

! Cardiff KEY
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The Category Cardiff is a subset of Glamorgan.

 

The following Cardiff 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):

- Friends of Cathays Cemetery

! Cardiganshire KEY
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The Category Cardiganshire is a subset of Mid and West Wales.

 

The following Cardiganshire 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):

- Bro Tregaron - Walkers Are Welcome

- Cardigan U3A

- Lampeter Llanbedr Pont Steffan - Walkers Are Welcome

! Carmarthenshire KEY
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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

 

! Conwy KEY
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The Category Conwy is a subset of Caernarfonshire.

! Denbighshire KEY
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The Category Denbighshire is a subset of North Wales.

 

The following Denbighshire 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):

- Corwen - Walkers Are Welcome

- Corwen Walking Festival

! Monmouthshire KEY
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The Category Monmouthshire is a subset of Wales.

 

The following Monmouthshire 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):

- Caldicot & District U3A

! Newport KEY
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The Category Newport is a subset of Monmouthshire.

! Pembrokeshire KEY
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The Category Pembrokeshire is a subset of Mid and West Wales.

 

The following Pembrokeshire 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):

- Cilgerran - Walkers Are Welcome

! Swansea KEY
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The Category Swansea is a subset of Glamorgan.

! Torfaen KEY
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The Category Torfaen is a subset of Monmouthshire.

! Wrexham KEY
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The Category Wrexham is a subset of Denbighshire.

* Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty [Wales]
Overview

'The Welsh Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – Anglesey, Gower, Llŷn, the Clwydian Range, Dee Valley and Wye Valley – boast some of the most exceptional scenery in the UK. Whether you love nature, photography, walking or just being outdoors, they're superb places for holidays, short breaks, weekends away and days out. Their hills, rivers and coastal landscapes will simply blow you away.'

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Visit Wales

* Forests Wales
Overview

'Discover the sights, sounds and experiences of the forest. From the quiet of the woods to the call of the wild, there's something for everyone ... ' ALERT Natural Resources Wales has taken over the functions previously carried out by Forestry Commission Wales. The Map features nature reserves, trails, and open access land, as well as ‘woodlands’. Check the Sub-Section ‘Things to do’ within the Section ‘Days Out’ for details of some of the ‘Walks’ on offer within the natural environment of Wales.

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Natural Resources Wales

* National Nature Reserves [Wales]
Overview

'Wales has more nature reserves per head of population than any other major European country. There are five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, three National Parks, 74 National Nature Reserves and hundreds more Local Nature Reserves, Wildlife Trust and RSPB Reserves etc each protecting unique habitats and the wildlife that depend on them.'

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First-Nature.com

* The University of the Third Age - Wales
Overview

'Wales U3A is not a U3A. It is simply a Website which lists all the ... Welsh U3As ... with links to their own Websites so existing and prospective U3A members can see what individual U3As have to offer.'

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U3A Regions

*Abergavenny - Walkers Are Welcome
Overview

'Abergavenny is a great base for all levels of walks from easy strolls to challenging long-distance paths like the 95-mile Beacons Way – and the views are nearly always spectacular.'

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Visit Abergavenny

*Afan Forest Park
Overview

'Afan Forest Park has 14 way marked circular walks and has therefore become a major walking destination. Our walks are diverse, varying from a one mile leisurely stroll to a ten mile (bring a packed lunch) hike. The starting points for our walks are Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre, Rhsylyn Car Park and Glyncorrwg Ponds Visitor Centre ... We have two walking packs available to ensure that you don’t get lost out on the trails. "Walks in Afan Forest Park" and "Walks in the Corrwg Valley" include information, directions and maps on all 14 walks.'

*Anglesey Walking Holidays
Overview

'You will be in the hands of the local experts with Anglesey Walking Holidays. We pride ourselves in offering tailor-made hiking tours along the Anglesey Coast Path, now part of the Wales Coast Path. We are passionate about our island and its culture and can offer expertise and local knowledge of each Trail ...'

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Eurwyn and Gillian Williams

*Anglesey Walking Network Group
Overview

'Group set up and supported by Isle of Anglesey County Council to promote walking and tourism associated with walking on the island. Its aim is to provide a comprehensive guide for visitors walking not only the Coastal Path, but also the wonderful and numerous inland walks, around the lakes, marshes and stunning scenery that make up this beautiful and ancient land.' ALERT The Website cited here is a replacement for the original, which seems to have disappeared.

*Barmouth Walking Festival
Overview

Usually held Mid September.

*Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council
Overview

'Blaenau Gwent is enriched with heritage, with every town and village having many stories to tell of their past. There are a number of trails available covering the width and breadth of the Borough, incorporating local history, places of interest and local facts. The trails are not only of great interest to history enthusiasts but also to tourists and local people who take pleasure in knowing their background and the place they reside.'

*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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Discover Carmarthenshire

*Brecon Beacons National Park
Overview

'Little can match the enjoyment of striding along our open ridges, strolling along our peaceful towpaths or exploring our beautiful, sun-dappled woods. The Brecon Beacons National Park is full of wonderful places, guaranteed to give you a sense of exhilaration and freedom ... Within our park, there are walks for all levels of ability, with varied landscapes to choose from ...'

*Bridgend County Borough Council
Overview

'A series of leaflets have been developed showcasing different aspects of the diverse landscape the County Borough has to offer.'

*Caerphilly County Borough Council
Overview

'Around 80% of the rights of way in the county borough are open and with about 5000 hectares of open access land available for walkers, exploring the countryside couldn’t be easier.'

See also

Caerphilly County Borough Council Countryside & Landscape Services

*Cardiff CHA Rambling Club
Overview

'The club was formed in 1926. The programme is sent out twice a year with a planned walk on virtually every Saturday throughout the year. Additionally we walk on some of the bank holidays and have a Tuesday walk once a month.'

*Cardiff Outdoor Group
Overview

'A local walking group organising weekend walks and weekends away throughout South Wales and beyond. We have a varied programme, offering something for everyone from the committed enthusiast to the absolute beginner.'

*Cardiff Ramblers
Overview

'We organise walks in the south Wales area and beyond, including the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains, Gower, Wye Valley and elsewhere. Walks vary from 2 to 20 miles - mainly on Wednesdays and weekends, but also include Friday strolls, summer Thursday evenings and other times ... There is no charge for non-members to join our walks - we expect you to join if you take part regularly. Joining helps to further the aims of the Ramblers.'

*Ceredigion County Council
Overview

'The network of public paths offers an excellent way to explore Ceredigion. The diverse countryside offers a range of opportunities for the walker, from gentle coastal walks to rugged mountain hikes ...'

*Chepstow - Walkers Are Welcome
Overview

'Your starting point for walking in Monmouthshire and the Wye Valley.'

*Chepstow Walking Festival
Overview

The Festival 'has become firmly established on the walker's calendar. A border town of Wales and England at the Gateway of the Wye Valley it has a rich past and stunning landscape, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. Festival usually held Mid April.

*City of Swansea Botanical Complex
Overview

'The Botanical Gardens house one of Wales' premier plant collections, with spectacular herbaceous borders and large glasshouses ... There is something to see throughout the year. The herbaceous borders are a fantastic sight from late March until mid October, and even during the harsh winter months the garden has lots to offer with up to 200 different plants having been seen in flower during the Christmas season. As this garden is set within the tranquil surroundings of Singleton Park, it is a very relaxing place to come and browse or gain inspiration for your own garden. There are plenty of places to sit and admire the delightful views.'

*Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB
Overview

'A wonderful area to explore on foot. Relatively short walks are quickly rewarded by breathtaking views and stunning landscapes. But some magnificent long-distance footpaths also criss-cross the area including the Daddy of them all: Offa's Dyke National Trail.

*Clwydian Walking Holidays
Overview

'We specialise in individually tailored group walking tours in North Wales. Based in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd we cater for walkers of all abilities.'

*Conwy County Borough Council
Overview

'Discover where to walk in Conwy through the range of leaflets and booklets we produce.'

*Conwy Nature Reserve
Overview

'There’s a network of pushchair-friendly trails with viewpoints and hides to make the most of your visit and plenty of information to explain what you're watching. Perhaps you’ll meet one of our friendly volunteer wildlife guides who can help you discover just a little bit more?'

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RSPB

*Crickhowell Walking Festival
Overview

'Takes place around the beginning of March each year and lasts nine days. It consists of a number of guided walks of various grades, all led by local experienced guides.' Usually held Late February - Early March.

*Crychan Forest
Overview

'The Crychan Forest and neighbouring Halfway Forest is set in beautiful countryside nestling between the Brecon Beacons and the Cambrian Mountains. Here miles of waymarked trails take you through tranquil grassy gorges, along old drover’s routes and past cascading waterfalls, taking in breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains of Mid Wales. The Forest is beautifully situated at the gateway of the Cambrian mountains, on the border of the Brecon Beacons National Park ... Access onto the Epynt Way can be made at 3 locations from the waymarked trails in Crychan Forest. This greatly increases the opportunity for exploring the area, the open country of the military ranges provides a contrast to the forest environment.'

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Crychan Forest Association

*Cwmcarn Forest
Overview

'Cwmcarn Forest has some of the best walking in Wales. Choose from the 12 mile circular "Raven Walk" encompassing Cwmcarn Forest and the Sirhowy and Ebbw Valleys or take the "Coal, Celts and Contrasts" which takes in the impressive Twmbarlwm mountain or shorter walks in and around the Forest.'

*Dare Valley Country Park
Overview

'Dare Valley Country Park is a great place for walking. You can stroll at will in the country park or try one of our three way marked walks.'

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Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council

*Denbighshire County Council
Overview

'It is really easy to step out into the diverse and outstanding landscape that makes up Denbighshire, from the spectacular Eglwyseg Escarpment in the Dee Valley to the tranquil Vale of Clywd and the Coastal Dunes.'

*Devil's Bridge - Walkers Are Welcome
Overview

'Whether you want to stride out over Plynlimon Mountain in the historic footsteps of George Borrow, stroll through the enchanted Hafod Estate, get close enough to feed the majestic Red Kite or just relax in the breath taking countryside, the Pumlumon area is the place for you.'

*Dinas Powys Community
Overview

'Dinas Powys (the modern-day standardised spelling - it was previously also spelt 'Dinas Powis') is a large village and a community in the Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales which takes its name from the Dinas Powys hillfort that dates from the Iron Age ... Despite the addition of several housing developments over the past fifty years, the old village centre of Dinas Powys still has a mostly unspoiled and almost rural feel, retaining a large village common and a traditional village centre complete with a post office and a range of small independent shops, public houses, restaurants and community facilities ...'

*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.'

*Discover Flintshire
Overview

Downloadable PDFs of twenty-five Rural Walks plus of some other walks around and about the County.

*Discover Neath Port Talbot
Overview

'With beautiful waterfall walks, country parks, towpaths, a seafront promenade and rights of way through some of the most spectacular views of Neath Port Talbot, the Brecon Beacons and Swansea, there is a huge variety of scenery to enjoy.'

*Discovering Britain - Wales
Overview

'Spectacular mountains provide a dramatic backdrop to a proud industrial heritage and mining tradition. The human hand and the power of ice have actively shaped these landscapes for centuries ... '

*Fenn's, Whixall and Bettisfield Mosses Nature Reserve
Overview

'Straddling the English border, near Whitchurch in Shropshire and Wrexham in Wales, lies one of the biggest and best raised bogs in Britain. Its astonishingly varied wildlife makes it a place of international importance.'

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Natural England

*Fforest Fawr Geopark
Overview

'A series of nine leaflets has been published to help you to get more out of Fforest Fawr Geopark. Each Geotrail introduces you to one of the natural and man-made landscapes of this area. Some are easy strolls, others are more physically demanding. There are some that focus on the underlying rocks, others that look at how man has shaped the place.'

*Flintshire County Council
Overview

'Rights of Way ... Rural Walks Booklet ... The Walkabout Flintshire Programme ... The Clwydian Range ... The Dee Estuary and Birding ...'

*GeoMôn
Overview

'There are a range of geotrails and picnic areas and thought provoking, informative displays and tactile exhibits which encourage adults and children alike learn about the wonder of the world around them. '

*GoBala
Overview

'Welcome to GoBala - THE source for Trails in the Bala & Penllyn area, where you can enjoy the stunning mountain & lake scenery of Snowdonia, whether on foot, by bike, on water or by road ...'

*Gower AONB
Overview

'Gower was the first place in Britain to be named an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With cliffs and woodlands ringed by sparkling beaches, this tongue of land is so adored by walkers, birdwatchers, sunbathers and surfers, it’s been scooping awards ever since.'

See also

This is Gower Audio Trail [Audio Trails]

*Gower Commons
Overview

'There are a total of 24 individual commons on Gower covering over 70 square kilometres and constituting 50% of the total land area of the Gower Peninsula ... Historically, most areas of common land in Wales have been open for public access with the consent of the landowner. In May 2005 the Countryside Rights of Way Act (CRoW) established common land, mountain, moor, heath and down as open access land where people can walk in some of the most spectacular landscapes in Wales. These areas are clearly marked on Ordnance Survey Explorer Maps.'

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Gower Commons

*Gower Walking Festival
Overview

'The Gower Walking Festival began in 2005 and was run by the Mumbles Tourist Association to raise money for the independent volunteer-managed Mumbles and Gower Tourist Information Office. It started with 35 walks over eight days and grew to 71 walks over 16 days, with over 1500 participants. In 2015, due to unforeseen circumstances, the festival had to be cancelled. After a break of four years, a new small enthusiastic group formed to restart the much-loved walking festival ...' Usually held Late May.

*Gwynedd Council
Overview

'Gwynedd's countryside is full of potential for anyone who ventures into the County's great outdoors. From the summits of Snowdonia to the beaches of Llŷn, its an uphill struggle to find anywhere else in Wales with such a diverse range of landscapes, habitats and things to do.'

*Hawarden Community Council
Overview

'The Council has devised 4 circular walks in the Community for residents and visitors to the area who enjoy walking in the open countryside ... The Council also sponsors the Community Walks Group which provides free conducted walks every Friday.'

*Hay Walking Festival
Overview

'Our walks programme, spread over four days, is broad ranging in terms of geography and interest.  There is something for all abilities and interests – all day in the hills, town walks, historical walks, a chance to learn from experts and exclusive access to paths and sites not normally open to the public. Walks are graded according to difficulty and are led by experienced walk leaders, all of whom know and love the area covered and have themselves been traversing the area for many years. Perched on the Wales-England border on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Hay on Wye is blessed with a wonderful mosaic of landscapes which is not only scenically stunning but also steeped in the stories of those who have lived, fought, worked or travelled through the area over the millennia.' Held Mid October.

*Holywell Rambling Club
Overview

'Holywell Rambling is one of the oldest rambling clubs in North Wales. It was formed in 1956 as a result of a conversation on a bus journey. This resulted in one the participants, Fred Long, calling a public meeting to form a Rambling Club ... The club is affiliated to the Ramblers’ Association but its walking activities are totally independent. It does however support all the RA objectives and members have and continue to hold posts within the local RA structures.'

*Islwyn Ramblers
Overview

'Rambling around the Ebbw and Sirhowy valleys ...'

*Kenfig National Nature Reserve
Overview

'This NNR is one of Wales' top sand-dune reserves, with all the special plants, birds and insects that depend on this type of coastal habitat for their survival. Situated on the edge of the reserve is Kenfig Pool, Glamorgan's largest lake. The rest of the Reserve consists of a large expanse of sand dunes which lead to the coast and Sker Point, with lovely views across Swansea Bay to the Gower. On the western side of the Reserve is the stark horizon of Port Talbot's industrial area and steelworks - a strange contrast that only serves to highlight the wild beauty of the Reserve itself.'

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First-Nature.com

*LDWA - South Wales
Overview

Where do we walk? 'Anywhere in South Wales and adjacent areas. We are indeed fortunate in covering an extremely varied area of countryside extending from the Wye Valley in the east, through to the Gower Peninsular in the west; this, of course, includes the Brecon Beacons National park and all the other mountains, valleys, coastal and farmland areas in between.'

*Llanbadoc Community Council
Overview

'Llanbadoc Community Council represents the Monmouthshire communities of Llanbadoc, Monkswood and Glascoed.'

*Llandegla Forest
Overview

'Coed Llandegla Forest provides a range of routes suitable for walkers of all abilities and fitness levels: Reservoir Walking Route (2.5 miles); Black Grouse Walking Route (2 miles); Intermediate Walking Route (2 miles); Long Walking Route (7 miles).'

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Oneplanet Adventure

*Llandysul and Pont Tyweli - Walkers Are Welcome
Overview

'The Teifi Valley town of Llandysul and the neighbouring village of Pont Tyweli are one of the most favoured localities in Wales for freshwater angling, white-water canoeing and walking. Llandysul and Pont Tyweli are a Walkers are Welcome area.' Downloadable Walks gives access to PDFs of the Booklet Llandysul Trails.

*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.'

*Llanfrothen Community Council
Overview

Details of four Walks around and about: 'Llanfrothen, Croesor and Rhyd are rural villages at the foot of the Moelwynion and Cnicht. The area is especially beautiful and has attracted artists, writers and craftsmen over the centuries, and it continues to inspire its inhabitants'.

*Llangollen Walking Festival
Overview

Usually held Early Spring Bank Holiday Weekend.

*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.'

*Llantrisant Community Council
Overview

'Llantrisant Community Council has a footpath agency agreement with Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council to maintain the 27 miles of public rights of way within the wards. The paths cover a wide variety of landscapes from riverside rambles to fields and commons. Native woodland to cobbled streets.'

*Lliw Walking Club
Overview

'Formed in March 2005 by the Mawr Development Trust when trust member, Terry Davies, was handed the task of encouraging local communities to take part in planned walks throughout south and west Wales. The club now has more than 250 members and some 40 members regularly turn up to each walk ... The Lliw Walking Club was formed in June 2016. It has replaced the Mawr Walking Club which was formed in 2005. The renaming was necessary due to unforseen circumstances. It is just the name that has changed.'

*Maesteg Ramblers
Overview

'Maesteg Ramblers is aimed at people of all ages. Our primary aim is to promote walking and to visit places that are just around the corner, that you may never have known were there.'

*Margam Country Park
Size (acreage)800
Overview

'The 800 acres of Margam Park provides a perfect backdrop for a walk in the countryside whether it be a stroll after Sunday lunch or a hike along the Coed Morgannwg Way to Afan Forest Park Country Park, our sister country park in the Afan Valley.'

*Mid-Wales 4 Day Walking Festival
Overview

'The aims of the walks are to provide a focal point for people who enjoy walking, encourage physical activity, provide a challenge and show off some of the most picturesque countryside surrounding Llanwrtyd Wells.' Usually held Mid September.

*Monmouth - Walkers Are Welcome
Overview

Join us for our monthly walk  'We are as fun and informal as we can be, believing that our walks should be for the enjoyment of the landscape and each other’s company, rather than simply clocking up miles.'

*Monmouthshire County Council
Overview

'There are many walks and trails to help you explore the countryside, villages and market towns of rural Monmouthshire. Many of the long distance routes can be walked in full, in stages or adapted to be circular walks ... Local routes include the Usk Valley Walk, the Three Castles Trail and the Monnow Valley Walk. A selection of existing circular walking routes across Monmouthshire and the Wye Valley are available ... ' Note At the time of Review details of a Monmouthshire Walking Toolkit were not accessble.

*Montgomery Walking Festival
Overview

'Montgomery offers some of the best scenery and walks anywhere in the UK and is a great base for exploring mid wales and the English/Wales border regions.' Usually held Early October.

ALERT Unfortunately, the Website for the Festival was unobtainable at Review (though I did establish that the advertised next Festival has been cancelled due to Covid).  So I have replaced the Link with a related one.

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Visit Montgomery

*National Access Forum for Wales
Overview

Primary purposes are to: [1] Improve the quality and extent of access to the countryside and coasts of Wales - - - : [2] Extend the opportunities for enjoyment and responsible outdoor recreation to all.

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Natural Resources Wales

*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.

*National Trust - Brecon Beacons
Overview

'The Brecon Beacons National Park offers some of the area's most impressive scenery. Rising 886 metres above sea-level, Pen y Fan is the highest point in southern Britain, offering extensive panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Nestled below Pen y Fan is Cwm Llwch, a circular lake. Nearby, Cwm Gwdi was once a Ministry Of Defence live firing range and training camp.

Don't fancy trekking up the mountain? You could explore Cwm Sere instead. It's an impressive glaciated valley with beautiful waterfalls and pools and Pen y Fan peering overhead.'

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National Trust

*National Trust - Wales
Overview

'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?'

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National Trust

*Natural Resources Wales
Overview

'Find out where you can walk in Wales and what information you can get to plan your visit.'

*Newborough National Nature Reserve and Forest
Size (acreage)1700
Overview

'One of the largest and finest dune systems in Britain. The dunes, coastal marshes, sandy and rocky shores have been shaped over thousands of years by the wind and sea and are home to a dazzling array of plants and animals. Newborough Warren and Ynys Llanddwyn was declared the first coastal National Nature Reserve in Wales in 1955.'

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Natural Resources Wales

*Newport Outdoor Group
Overview

'We are a friendly group that offers walks, cycling, social activities and weekends away to suit all ages and abilities. We offer at least one walk a week and usually more during the Summer months. Walks vary from 3 miles to 12+ miles. There is something for everyone who enjoys walking.'

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