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Borth-Pontrhydfendigaid Linear Trail Section 6 Start: SN730668 Pontrhydfendigaid Finish: Ystwyth Trail on Cors Caron National Nature Reserve Suitable for: Walkers, horseriders, cyclists Distance: 2.5km/1.6M Time: 1hr

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Pontrhydfendigaid Linear Trail Section 4 Distance & time: 18km (11 miles); 5½ hours Terrain: Rough tracks, forestry, steep hill paths and riverside walks through mixed woodland Grade: Strenous

Walk Route: Pontrhydfendigaid Linear Trail Section 4

  • Access: Devils Bridge SN738767
  • Duration: 5.5 Hours
  • Miles: 11

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Part of 'Spirit of the Miners' Walks Open fields, steep woodland trails, 3 river crossings Start/Finish: SN738767 - Devils Bridge Suitable for: Moderately fit walkers Grade: Moderate Distance: 110K/6M Time: 3hrs

Walk Route: Part of "Spirit of the Miners Walks"

  • Access: Devils Bridge SN738767
  • Duration: 3 Hours
  • Miles: 6

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With the Snowdonia National Park providing a mighty natural backdrop, it is easy to understand why this area is so loved. There is some great walking to be had where you’ll find small fishing villages, estuaries and miles of sandy beaches.

In or near Flint


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


This stretch of the Path is an area of contrasts; from the stunning coastline of the Gower Peninsula, with its award winning golden beaches, to the busy seaside city of Swansea and spectacular views over Swansea Bay.

In or near Llanelli


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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There are three recommended walking routes to conquer Cader Idris. Whichever route you take they are all designated ‘hard/strenuous’ routes, and you should allow between five to six hours to get there and back


Stop here for a short brisk streamside walk through attractive woods with a mix of species and huge Douglas fir trees. Includes great views of the Clwydian Range hills. Directions Signposted on the B5105 between Clawddnewydd and Ruthin


Walk to the wildlife viewing hide which overlooks small ponds and the stream - open to the public at all times.Dormice are found in these woodlands, though very hard to spot. Much of this wood is ancient woodland (1600)


Take the walk up to the viewing hide and enjoy views westwards across Bron Banog and towards Pentrellyncymer.


Park here to walk up to the highest point in Clocaenog Forest and panoramic views. Directions Graig Ddu is on the B5105 between Cerrigydrudion and Clawddnewydd/Ruthin at the western end of Clocaenog Forest.


Walk up to the Lord Bagot's monument with excellent views eastwards across Ruthin and the Vale of Clwyd There is a small roadside car park and information board. OS Grid Ref: SJ060557


Try this lovely mixed woodland, coppice and riverside walk with some towering poplar trees. Includes two fords, a historic weir and waterfall. Coming out of Ruthin on the B5105 turn left opposite Llanfwrog church. Car Park 0.5mles


Carmarthen Bay is a coastline of great contrasts and takes in a range of habitats including fresh water marshes, salt marshes, sand dunes, pine forests and coastal commons all supporting a spectacular array of flora and fauna.

In or near Amroth


Number of designated walks ranging from ten mile 'round the lake walk to more leisurely themed trails including an archaeological trail. Guides available from visitor centre.

Walk Route: Choice of routes

  • Access: from visitor centre
  • Duration: varied

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Coed Nercwys Forest is a conifer woodland which provides an excellent habitat for wildlife – look out for birds such as buzzards, gold crest and coal tits.


Coed Llangwyfan Forest rises very steeply from the stream at its base and up on to the summit slopes of the Clwydian Hill near Penycloddiau.