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Ceredigion

'The Coast and Countryside Section has produced a number of "Walks and Rides" that pass through some of the most attractive parts of the County. The County Council has also produc ...
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'Pumlumon, pronounced “Pimlimmon” – its name means “Five Peaks” – is the highest summit in the Cambrian Mountains of Mid-Wales and dominates the countryside of north Ceredigion. Two rivers ...
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'1. Llandysul Town Historic Walk ... 2. Coed y Foel Woodland and Countryside Walk ... 3. Teifi Loop Walk ... 4. North Clettwr Valley Walk ... 5. South Clettwr Valley Walk ... 6. Coed y Foel Woods t ...
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'The Town Trail was opened in 2007 and celebrates the bicentennial of the Act of Parliament that allowed the building of the harbour by the Rev Alban Thomas Jones Gwynne. The harbour was c ...
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[1] Seaside saunters along the fronts of coastal towns and villages - - - : [2] Delightful strolls along country lanes with ancient hedgerows full of wild flowers - - - : [3] Invigorating walks acr ...
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'Please note you can select row_wk for all Public Rights of Way in the County or switch on and off the different types of Public Rights of way as desired eg show footpaths, bridleways, restricted b ...
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'There is also a detailed guide available, The Dylan Thomas Trail, which helps you walk the route but also describes the poet’s time in the area.'


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'David Lukes has produced a series of guides to walks from the hostels, each containing directions and a map. Some of them use the beautifully illustrated maps prepared by Martyn Hanks ...
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'Lady’s Walk (Moderate; 3.6 km) ... Ystwyth Gorge Walk (Moderate; 1.5 km loop) ... Gentleman’s Walk (Strenuous; 6km) ... Coed Hafod Walk (Moderate; 1.2 km one way) ... Bedford Monument Walk (Modera ...
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[1] The Cei Bach circular walk - - - : [2] The Dylan Thomas Trail in New Quay - - - : [3] The New Quay Cliff Walk - - - : [4] Cors Caron - The Tregaron Bog - - - : [5] The Llwyndafydd / Cwmtydu Wal ...
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'There's something rather romantic about following natural features in the landscape, whether it's a mountain range, a coastline, or in this case a river, from its source in the Welsh Mountains to ...
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[1] Cardigan to Cilgerran Circular Walk (5 miles) - - - : [2] St Dogmaels to Cemaes Head Walk (12 miles) - - - : [3] Cilgerran to Cenarth Walk (6 miles) - - - : [4] Llechyrd to Penparc Circu ...
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'With plenty of woodland and field margins, it promises sightings of some wonderful birds ... Some parts of the riverside section of this walk are near to the water’s edge, and there are some rocky ...
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'Just so you know where it is ... the River Teifi is the natural border between Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion for much of its length, then it becomes the border with Pembrokeshire. That m ...
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'The booklet was launched at the 1st Great Tregaron Walking Weekend in the company of Tori James and Caradog Jones, the first Welsh woman and Welsh man to climb Everest. The weekend itself also lau ...
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'New people are always made welcome – no need to join until you have been on a few walks so you can decide if it is for you. We recognise it can be daunting to turn up on your first walk without kn ...
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'Waymarked walking trails start from these parts of Ystwyth Forest[1] Gogerddan Woodland - - - : [2] The Arch - ...
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