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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.

 

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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Go for a walk along the lower part of the valley catching a glimse of the waterfalls through the trees. There are several linking tracks that make for shorter alternatives. Start: Picnic Site

  • Access: Cwm Rhaeadr Picnic Site
  • Duration: 90 Mins
  • Miles: 2

 

Cycle hire available from Wheely Wonderful Holidays near Ludlow. Full range of Hybrid bikes, mountain bikes, tandems and childrens bikes available for hire.

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Award winning cycling holidays in Wales. Excellent accommodation, luggage transported, detailed route guides and a full back up service. This area of Wales offers some of the best cycling holidays in Europe,

In or near Presteigne

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Nant Gwernol, a rocky river gorge & waterfalls, lies above the picturesque Tal-y-llyn valley in the shadow of Cader Idris. The trails follow the riverside and explore the remains of Bryn Eglwys Slate Quarry. Grid Reference: SH681067

Walk Route: Cascade Trail and Nant Gwernol Trail

 

The Dyfi Forest is located mainly to the north of the Afon Dyfi between Dolgellau to the north and Machynlleth to the south. Dyfi is a 6000ha forest - a spectacular landscape well worth exploring.

 

The 135 m/217km Trail is a long distance walk which can be enjoyed as a continuous journey, typically taking around nine days, or over a series of weekend or day trips.

 

Adventure Britain’s qualified mountain instructors will take you up into the majestic Brecon Beacons so you can experience the wilderness of the National Park. Using local knowledge to maximise your mountain or hill walking experience

In or near Ystradgynlais

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Start: Centre for Alternative Technology (C.A.T) car park Grid Reference: SH 754 044 Distance: 7.1 km – 4.4 miles Grade: Moderate (some steep sections) Terrain: Firm tracks, roads and open grassland Maps: OS Explorer OL23 or 215

Walk Route: Moderate

  • Miles: 5

In or near Machynlleth

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Take a fantastic scenic walk in the Brecon Beacons Beacons National Park with Good Day Out's Miniature Mediterranean Donkeys and enjoy a hillside picnic in their company.

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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

 

Crossing the border between England and Wales more than ten times in its 293km (182m), the Offa's Dyke Path passes through some of the most attractive landscape.

Walk Route: Prestatyn - Chepstow

  • Miles: 177

 

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

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

 

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

 

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

 

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