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Pembrey Forest

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

 
Walking

We run walking sessions anywhere from Mid Wales down. Looking to learn how to navigate or just touch up on your skills? then our Mountain Leader qualified instructors will be on hand to assist you.

In or near Cardigan

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Visitor Centre

The Elan Valley Trail is a linear path following the line of the old Birmingham Corporation Railway. The trail starts in Cwmdauddwr, just west of Rhayader and finishes 13 km (8 miles) further up the Elan Valley at Craig Goch Dam.

Walk Route: Moderate

  • Access: Traffic free. Tarmac & gravel
  • Duration: 3-4 hours
  • Miles: 9

In or near Rhayader

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Carn Ingli

Guided walking holidays on the Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion Coasts with full board in an idyllic country house near Cardigan. Singles, couples and groups all welcome.

In or near Cardigan

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Ystwyth Trail

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

In or near Aberystwyth

 
Family picnicing at Pont Llogel Dyfnant Forest.

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.

In or near Lake Vyrnwy

 
Hafren Forest

The trail has been re-routed off forest roads. Please follow the blue waymarkers.

  • Access: Rhydybenwch Picnic Site
  • Duration: 1.5Hours
  • Miles: 3

 
Hafren Forest

From the car park walk through the wooden archway consisting of a pair of axes, their heads embedded in a block of wood.(0.5miles, 30Mins)

  • Access: Rhydybenwch Picnic Site
  • Duration: 30Mins

 
Hafren Forest

The path follows the river and passes through highly scented woodlands of Noble Fir. From the Severn-Break-its-Neck bridge you can look into the yawning gully down which the Severn thunders in its first true waterfall. (1hour 1.5miles)

  • Access: Rhydybenwch Picnic Site
  • Duration: 1hour
  • Miles: 2

 
Source of the Severn Boardwalk

A new route to the source has recently been opened. Follow the white waymarkers. When reaching the forest boundary the final section of the Source of the Severn trail is via a stone path which passes through moorland.(7miles, 4.5hours)

  • Access: Rhydybenwch Picnic Site
  • Duration: 4.5hours
  • Miles: 7

 
Bwlch Nant yr Arian accessible path.

The all ability trail which is suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs, is a circular trail around the lake, where you can watch the red kites being fed every day 2/3 mile / 1.2 kms

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Bwlch Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre

Borth-Pontrhydfendigaid Linear Trail Section 3 - Nant yr Arian - Devils Bridge Start: SN718813 - Nant yr Arian Finish: Devils Bridge Suitable for: Experienced walkers Distance: 10km/6M Time: 4hrs

  • Miles: 6

In or near Devil's Bridge

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Children bug hunting at Bwlch Nant yr Arian

Borrow a free discovery backpack at the visitor centre and discover more of the great outdoors. Each backpack contains useful goodies like binoculars, a magnifying glass, a bug pot and nature identification cards along with a guide

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Bwlch Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre

This splendid trail starts from Bwlch Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre and provides stunning views throughout it's length. This trail is moderate - waterproof footwear recommended. 3 miles / 5kms

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View from the MIners Trail towards Aberystwyth

A moderate walk with climbs and steep ascents. Spectacular views of the Melindwr valley all the way to the coast. 1.5 miles / 2.4 kms

  • Miles: 2

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Running at Bwlch Nant yr Arian

Named after an imposing pair of Bronze Age local standing stones– Buwch a’r Llo (Cow and Calf), these waymarked running trails are a fantastic introduction to trail running at Bwlch Nant yr Arian.

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Running at Bwlch Nant yr Arain

Named after an imposing pair of Bronze Age local standing stones – Buwch a’r Llo (Cow and Calf), these waymarked running trails are a fantastic introduction to trail running at Bwlch Nant yr Arian.

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