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'The A482 (Lampeter to Llandovery), the A40, and the A485 (Lampeter to Carmarthen) encompass the forest. There are numerous roads that lead to Brechfa Forest, and Abergorlech and Brechfa are small ...
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Category Carmarthenshire

'The Central Beacons is the highest mountain range in southern Britain. Many walkers make for the famous twin summits of Pen-y-Fan and Corn Du for challenge and adventure. However, the 520 square m ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'The Coast and Countryside Section has produced a number of "Walks and Rides" that pass through some of the most attractive parts of the County. The County Council has also produc ...
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Category Ceredigion

'Clyne Gardens in Swansea is one of the gardens of the Botanical Complex and part of the botanical gardens complex. The garden is located in Blackpill near the sea front in Swansea.' The < ...
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Category Swansea

'There is something for every level of walker, whether you are happy trekking all day across the tops of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons or would rather keep to paths and the lower slopes .. ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'Pumlumon, pronounced “Pimlimmon” – its name means “Five Peaks” – is the highest summit in the Cambrian Mountains of Mid-Wales and dominates the countryside of north Ceredigion. Two rivers ...
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Category Ceredigion

'There are more than 30 different walks in Carmarthenshire, each with its own unique character. You can head south to try out some of the best coastal walks in Wales or go north for a more rugged, ...
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Category Carmarthenshire

'The Geopark is set within the Brecon Beacons National Park in south Wales. It comprises the western half of the National Park, stretching from Llandovery in the north to the edge of Merth ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'Set in the lovely Marteg Valley just north of Rhayader, Gilfach is a 410 acre hill farm nature reserve, owned and managed by Radnorshire Wildlife Trust for the benefit of wildlife. The fa ...
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Category Radnorshire

'Gower's network of lanes, cycle routes and footpaths lead you through breezy coastal landscapes, scented with bracken, sea salt and wild garlic. The woodlands ring with the calls of blackcaps, war ...
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Category Swansea

Download from the Website PDF copies of two Walks on the Gower Commons: [1] Hardings Down and Ryers Down - - - : [2] Llanmadoc Hill. You can also click on the Map of the Commons for more i ...
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Category Swansea

'1. Llandysul Town Historic Walk ... 2. Coed y Foel Woodland and Countryside Walk ... 3. Teifi Loop Walk ... 4. North Clettwr Valley Walk ... 5. South Clettwr Valley Walk ... 6. Coed y Foel Woods t ...
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Category Ceredigion

'Llanelli Ramblers organise and host the annual Llanelli Festival of Walks which is a Spring Bank Holiday event that has attracted hundreds of visitors to the town since its beginnings in ...
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Category Carmarthenshire

'Hand feed the rarest goose in the world, see our colourful flamingos, go bug hunting or pond dipping, enjoy bird watching from our hides and explore the reserve to see butterflies, dragonflies and ...
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Category Carmarthenshire

'Situated on the northern-most boundary of the City and County of Swansea, the Community of Mawr is one of the oldest in Wales. It is the largest in area in the new authority and is predom ...
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Category Swansea

'Running since 1980, this 4 day long event attracts entrants from all over Europe and the rest of the world. These none competitive walks offer a great social opportunity for like minded people, so ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'The Garden covers 568 acres of Carmarthenshire countryside and includes a nature reserve as well as a formal garden, with Lord Foster's Great Glasshouse as its centrepiece.'


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Category Carmarthenshire

[1] Brecon Beacons Horseshoe Ridge Walk - - - : [3] Cwm Llwch Horseshoe Walk - - - : [3] Henrhyd Falls and Nant Llech Walk - - - : [4] Pen y Fan and Corn Du Circular Walk - - - : [5] Upper Tarell V ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'The Park is a unique environment made up of many things - wildlife, habitats, farming, history, tourism, business and local communities. Our job as an Authority is to work to achieve a happy balan ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'Stroll beneath some of the largest and oldest trees in West Wales and discover woodland walks with their abundance of wild flowers blended with unusual woodland shrubs from all over the world, our ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'Powys is the largest County in Wales and comprises the old Welsh Counties of Breconshire, Radnorshire and Montgomeryshire. It contains some of the finest walking areas in Wales including ...
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Category Powys

'The group was first established in 1990, and is affiliated to the Youth Hostels Association. Membership costs only £10 per year.'


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Category Swansea

'A booklet "Walks around Talgarth" has been produced and is available from Talgarth Tourist Information Centre. A variety of walks are featured ... with PDF walk information to download.'


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Category Brecknockshire

'Our programme has a variety of walks and events for all ages, from full day walks to town walks lasting a little over an hour. There is an opportunity to acquire better navigational and map readin ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'Exploring this remarkable landscape and its rich history is what attracts most people to the area. Knighton itself is part in Shropshire in England and part in Powys in Wales making it an ideal ba ...
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Category Radnorshire

'The Wales Coast Path is now open, giving walkers a chance to explore any part of coastal Wales. One of the highlights are the Gower and Swansea Bay sections, aka the Gower Coast Path, whi ...
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Category Swansea

'... For the more experienced, or if you fancy exploring a little further, you can choose a more demanding walk; or why not click on the "walks by bus" section and let the bus take you to the start ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'New people are always made welcome – no need to join until you have been on a few walks so you can decide if it is for you. We recognise it can be daunting to turn up on your first walk without kn ...
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Category Ceredigion

'Waymarked walking trails start from these parts of Ystwyth Forest[1] Gogerddan Woodland - - - : [2] The Arch - ...
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Category Ceredigion

'The Town Trail was opened in 2007 and celebrates the bicentennial of the Act of Parliament that allowed the building of the harbour by the Rev Alban Thomas Jones Gwynne. The harbour was c ...
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Category Ceredigion

'Winds an enchanting course down the Vyrnwy valley from Pont Llogel to Pontrobert.The way marked route runs in harmony with sections of ...
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Category Montgomeryshire

'The route, from an original idea from Greta Pennington, has been designed and researched by Ramblers members. Greta Pennington was chairman of Herefordshire Area and Mortimer Group of the Ramblers ...
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Category Brecknockshire

The Aims of the Society are: 'To advance the enhancement, protection and conservation of the countryside and other amenities of the Brecon Beacons National Park for the benefit of the public; To ad ...
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Category Brecknockshire

[1] Seaside saunters along the fronts of coastal towns and villages - - - : [2] Delightful strolls along country lanes with ancient hedgerows full of wild flowers - - - : [3] Invigorating walks acr ...
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Category Ceredigion

'1. Carmarthen Bowls Centre (one and a quarter miles) ... 2. The Guildhall (one mile) ... 3. The Roman Amphitheatre (one and a half miles) ... 4. Cwmoernant Reservoirs (half a mile) ... 5. Two Brid ...
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Category Carmarthenshire

'The route runs from Pembrokeshire eastward through South Wales to Chepstow where it enters the county of Gloucestershire and carries on through Wiltshire to its destination at Stonehenge. There is ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

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Category Ceredigion

'Please note you can select row_wk for all Public Rights of Way in the County or switch on and off the different types of Public Rights of way as desired eg show footpaths, bridleways, restricted b ...
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Category Ceredigion

The Seven Sites featured are: [1] Foeldrygarn - - - : [2] Llys y Fran - - - : [3] Gelli Bridge - - - : [4] Llawhaden - - - : [5] Landshipping Quay - - - : [6] Pembroke Dock - - - : [7] Pwllcrochan< ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'The Walks are arranged by direction – South, East, North and West of Castle. "Time" from Castle and "Distance‟ from Castle are shown according to Tom Tom sat nav and / or RAC route finder. You jus ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'In 1944, Dylan wrote "Poem in October" about his birthday walk, to the shoulder of Sir John's hill. The poem is simply about his love of Laugharne and getting older. The poem was set on the 27th o ...
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Category Carmarthenshire

'There is also a detailed guide available, The Dylan Thomas Trail, which helps you walk the route but also describes the poet’s time in the area.'


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Category Ceredigion

'The Elan Valley (Welsh: Cwm Elan) is a river valley situated to the west of Rhayader, in Powys, Wales, sometimes known as the "Welsh Lake District". It covers 70 square miles (180 ...
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Category Radnorshire

'David Lukes has produced a series of guides to walks from the hostels, each containing directions and a map. Some of them use the beautifully illustrated maps prepared by Martyn Hanks ...
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Category Ceredigion

'Sennybridge Training Area (SENTA) consists of approximately 31,000 acres (12,000 ha) of MOD freehold land and 6,000 acres (2,500 ha) of land leased from Forest Enterprise. It measures app ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'Following this audio trail you can find out about the natural and human history of the area as well as the story of the Pumlumon Project and what Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust are doing now to ch ...
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Category Montgomeryshire

'Glyndŵr's Way was granted National Trail status in millennium year 2000. Its enigmatic name derives from the early fifteenth century folk hero Owain Glyndŵr, who won significant battles c ...
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Category Radnorshire

'Broadcaster and writer Wynford Vaughan-Thomas wrote of the experience: "Everywhere you feel the presence of the megalithic tomb-builders, of the Iton Age warriors who piled the stones for ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'Lady’s Walk (Moderate; 3.6 km) ... Ystwyth Gorge Walk (Moderate; 1.5 km loop) ... Gentleman’s Walk (Strenuous; 6km) ... Coed Hafod Walk (Moderate; 1.2 km one way) ... Bedford Monument Walk (Modera ...
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Category Ceredigion

Tours might include: [1] Swan Hotel Loop - - - : [2] Herbert Rowse Armstrong Tour - - - : [3] Hay Heritage Tour - - - : [4] Historic Pub Crawl - - - : [5] Railway Tour - - - : [6] War Memorial Tour ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'Although the hillside makes for difficult terrain, one of the hides in the reserve is accessible by wheelchair. There's plenty for children too, including nestbox trails and bat and owl walks. And ...
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Category Montgomeryshire

'The Landsker Line is a term used for the language boundary in Wales between the largely Welsh-speaking and largely English-speaking areas in Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. The English ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'We have regular social/business meetings in the Three Fishes Pub that is to be found by the side of the A49 in Bayston Hill about 3 miles South of Shrewsbury. We welcome anybody to co ...
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Category Powys

'Llandrindod means "the sacred enclosure of the Holy Trinity". Wells denotes the mineral water springs found here. From the late 17th Century, the area was known as "Ye Wells." Ll ...
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Category Radnorshire

'Quick guide to route lengths for Walks One to Seventeen: [1] Between 2.5 – 3 miles: Walk One, Walk Four and Walk Nine - - - : [2] Between 3.5 – 5 miles: Walk Two, Walk Thirteen, Walk Fourteen, Wal ...
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Category Montgomeryshire

'CPAT is one of four Welsh Archaeological Trusts working closely with other national, regional and local bodies, to help protect, record and interpret all aspects of the historic environment for th ...
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Category Powys

'The Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal draws people, nature and history together. Flowing through the stunning scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park, making it a must for nature lover ...
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Category Brecknockshire

[1] The Cei Bach circular walk - - - : [2] The Dylan Thomas Trail in New Quay - - - : [3] The New Quay Cliff Walk - - - : [4] Cors Caron - The Tregaron Bog - - - : [5] The Llwyndafydd / Cwmtydu Wal ...
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Category Ceredigion

'Route 41 runs between Newtown and Kington, via Knucklas and Knighton and is known as the “Offa Hopper”. As well as being the local service bus, it provides a service to walkers wanting to ...
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Category Radnorshire

'Here are some of the best accessible walks in Pembrokeshire: [1] The Welsh Wildlife Centre - - - : [2] Llys y Fran Country Park - - - : [3] Bosherston Lakes - - - : [4] Canaston Woods, Narbeth - - ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'Lying almost entirely within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - Britain’s only coastal national park - the trail displays an array of coastal flowers and bird life, as well as eviden ...
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Category Pembrokeshire

'This publication has been brought to you by Pembrokeshire Greenways, a partnership project that encourages access and enjoyment for all by bus, train, walking and cycling.'


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Category Pembrokeshire

'12km of paths, steps and historic views have been opened up and uncovered by local volunteers for you to enjoy. Choose a lakeside stroll, a heritage trail, a wild woodland walk or a riverside ramb ...
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Category Swansea

'Experienced walkers should have no difficulties in completing this walk in one day. Recreational walkers may find it better split in two, breaking the route at Llanwyddyn, where there are plenty o ...
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Category Montgomeryshire

The Brecon Mountain Railway runs 'from Pant near Merthyr Tydfil along the full length of the Pontsticill Reservoir to Torpantau high in the Brecon Beacons'.


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Category Brecknockshire

'Presteigne has had a turbulent history, starting with its capture by the Mercians from the Welsh, which accounts for its unexpected location on the English side of Offa's Dyke. Besieged b ...
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Category Radnorshire

On the top of Esgair Dderw is an impressive Bronze Age standing stone. Maen is Welsh for large stone, whilst Serth can have two meanings, either steep or obscene. Standing at roughly seven feet hig ...
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Category Radnorshire

Waymarked long distance footpath in South Wales running from Pembrey Country Park west of Burry Port through rural eastern Carmarthenshire and Neath Port Talbot to end at Margam Country Park south ...
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Category Carmarthenshire

'This year will also see the third Semi-Sabrina Walk. This is a shorter 12 mile walk from Llanidloes taking in Glyndwr's Way and the Llyn Clywedog.'


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Category Montgomeryshire

'There's something rather romantic about following natural features in the landscape, whether it's a mountain range, a coastline, or in this case a river, from its source in the Welsh Mountains to ...
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Category Ceredigion

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Category Pembrokeshire

'Sugar Loaf, sometimes called The Sugar Loaf (Welsh: Mynydd Pen-y-Fal or Y Fâl), is a mountain situated 2 miles (3.2 km) north-west of Abergavenny in Monmouthshire, Wales. ...
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Category Brecknockshire

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