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Hiking in Wales

Embarking on a hiking adventure in Wales is an exhilarating experience, offering an unparalleled blend of breathtaking landscapes and outdoor exploration. As you traverse the scenic trails of Snowdonia National Park, you’ll be captivated by the rugged terrain, adorned with ancient castles and cascading waterfalls. The Cambrian Mountains beckon with their untamed beauty, providing a challenging yet rewarding ascent for avid hikers. Along the way, you’ll encounter enchanting woodlands, where the vibrant hues of native flora create a picturesque backdrop.

Wales boasts an extensive network of well-maintained footpaths, ensuring that every step unveils a new panorama of rolling hills and pristine lakes. A trek along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path reveals dramatic cliffs and hidden coves, while the Brecon Beacons National Park showcases panoramic vistas that stir the soul. Whether you’re a seasoned trekker seeking mountainous peaks or a leisurely stroller embracing the tranquility of meandering valleys, a hiking holiday in Wales promises an unforgettable communion with nature.

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This is the very first mountain I hiked up, and for a long time it was the only one I did every Sunday morning, and ... Continue Reading
The Watkin Path is one of six routes up to the summit of Yr Wyddfa, and in my opinion it is the toughest, the steep ... Continue Reading
The Brecon Beacons Blan-y-Glyn Waterfalls has many circular walks you can follow, and this is right up there with one of the best, and is ... Continue Reading
The Blorenge is one of three mountains that surround the town of Abergavenny, the other two which you can see from the top are the ... Continue Reading
Beat The Beacons starts and finishes at Henderson Hall in Talybont-on-Usk takes place in the Brecon Beacons. There are 3 routes available, 22 miles, 15 ... Continue Reading
Crickhowell and Llangattock have a large number of hiking and walking routes in and around the villages and mountains, and this once again starts in ... Continue Reading
Many people will know this area for different reasons, the Cwmcarn forest drive is very popular and a really nice day out, and this mountain ... Continue Reading
The 2023 Talgarth Walking Festival, the 9th event, took place between Friday April 28th and Monday May 1st. This year they had 26 walks which ... Continue Reading
The South Wales Three Peaks Trial is an organised challenge walk arranged each year in March by the Cardiff Outdoor Group. Since 2010 Longtown Mountain ... Continue Reading
The best place to start for the Horseshoe Ridge Walk is in my opinion the Neuadd Car Par, it has the same postcode as the ... Continue Reading
The Dragons Back as you can imagine is named because you have a collection of up and down mounds that resemble the back of a ... Continue Reading
Take a blanket and a bit of food and relax by the river under a tree, or on the way to The Kymin, it's a ... Continue Reading
This is the very first mountain I hiked up, and for a long time it was the only one I did every Sunday morning, and ... Continue Reading
The Wye Valley Walk can be picked up at various points, and just outside Tintern there is a little gem called the 'Old Station Tintern' ... Continue Reading
Described as one of the most diverse wooded areas in Britain, you are walking through a secluded and mystical woodland alongside the River Wye, you ... Continue Reading
The Wye Valley is such a beautiful area. This route starts at Lower Wyndcliff car park, heads to the Eagle's nest via the 365 steps, ... Continue Reading
It's amazing how many of our walks have started in Crickhowell, and they are all different, and this is another special one as on the ... Continue Reading
It's not the highest peak, it's not the longest, it's not as famous as the Dragons Back walk just up the road, but what this ... Continue Reading
This is a walk that starts just outside Chepstow about half way to Tintern, and has spectacular views of the River Wye, the Severn Bridges, ... Continue Reading
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