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This unique nature trail brings Shakespeare's words to life as it links his words back to the animals and plants which inspired them; while taking you on a memorable journey along this magical and enchanting trail.

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Garwnant Visitor Centre on the southern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park lies within 400 acres of woodland. The centre is the starting point for walking trails, nature trails, mountain biking routes and an all-ability trail

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Follow a self guided walk around the village of Drefach Felindre highlighting historical and interesting facts about the woollen industry in the locality.

In or near Llandysul

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Home of the Manor Wood Leap There's a challenging streamside trail here which isn’t called the Manor Brook Leap for nothing!Both walks lead you to the Whitebrook Valley viewpoint. Grid Ref: SO 528059

  • Miles: 2

 

Along the 2.6km Wet Meadow Fitness Trail, you will encounter a range of obstacles for doing sit-ups, press-ups, chin-ups and other exercises. At each obstacle a sign shows what to do.Grid Refe: SO 502066

  • Miles: 2

 

The South Wales Coast and Severn Estuary stretch is 176km/109-mile in length running from Kenfig Dunes near Port Talbot, South Wales to Chepstow

In or near Bridgend

 

Numerous forest trails. The surface of the Pont Llogel Trail is especially suitable for wheelchairs. Your starting point is from the picnic site at Pont Llogel on the B4395, 3 miles NE of Llangadfan on the A458 West from Welshpool.

 

The Beacons Way walk offers some of the best views the National Park has to offer. If you want to complete the whole 163km (101 mile) walk it takes eight days, or you can do it one day at a time at your convenience.

In or near Brecon

 

Start: Dinas Mawddwy village car park Grid Reference: SH 858 150 Distance: 3.4 km - 2.1 miles Grade: Easy Terrain: Riverside walk along grassy paths and firm tracks Maps: OS Explorer - OL 23

Walk Route: Easy

  • Miles: 2

In or near Dinas-Mawddwy

 

Malltraeth offers an alternative access point for Newborough Forest and is particularly popular with horse riders. From here you can pick up the Anglesey Coastal Path. OS Grid Ref: SH411671

 

We're so proud of what we have to offer visitors in Wales that we've developed Wales Trails to inspire you to park the car and explore our fantastic country by train, cycle or on foot.

In or near Machynlleth

 

Perched on a hilltop near Aberystwyth, Bwlch Nant yr Arian is famous for feeding red kites daily. Range of waymarked walking, mountain biking, running and horse-riding trails and a mountain bike skills park. Café, shop and play area.

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Perched on a hilltop near Aberystwyth, Bwlch Nant yr Arian is famous for feeding red kites daily. Range of waymarked walking, mountain biking, running and horse-riding trails and a mountain bike skills park. Café, shop and play area.

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The Ystwyth Trail is a 32.1km/20M footpath and cycle route linking Tregaron & Aberystwyth. Part of the trail follows the track of the old Great Western Railway line. Start: Aberystwyth SN584812 Finish: Tregaron SN679597

Walk Route: Aberystwyth - Tregaron

  • Miles: 20

In or near Aberystwyth

 

Start: Snowdonia National Park Authority car park, Cwm Maethlon/Happy Valley Grid Reference: SN 640 986 Distance: 5 km - 3.1 miles (shortcut 4 km – 2.5 miles) Grade: Moderate Terrain: Open moorland, firm tracks, fields and tarmac road.

Walk Route: Moderate

  • Miles: 3

 

A small car park under Norway spruce trees. Access to the Forest Garden Discovery Trail, where you can experience trees from all over the world, some with fascinating facts on secret signs (access to all ability trail).

 

This small car park is the start of the rugged Volcano Trail and near a bridge taking you across the Afon Mawddach and gorge.

 

The Pines trail is a circular walk that starts at Pembrey Country Park Visitor Centre, turning right from the beach path to follow the wide, straight woodland ride. OS Grid Reference: SN415426

  • Access: Pembrey Country Park Visitor Centre
  • Duration: 2Hours
  • Miles: 4

In or near Burry Port