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'Explore the ice-carved slopes of the Brecon Beacons or discover spectacular ancient castles and defences along the coast. Learn about innovative engineering and see how old industrial tow ...
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'The best thing about Fair Trade Ways is that they can be whatever you want them to be. They can be a lovely social ramble along a beautiful coastal path (Mwnt to St Davids) or a march on ...
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'There are 100 places to discover across Wales, and a series of walking trails to enjoy. Take souvenir photographs and share them with friend, family and followers.'


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Details of 'Short Walks', 'Longer Walks' and 'Super Challenge Walks'.


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'New revised maps have been unveiled today [24 September 2014] that show where people can explore and enjoy the Welsh countryside ... The publishing of the maps was the first comprehensive review o ...
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'It also has lists of activities and events that may be organised by a particular U3A or a Network but are open to members of other U3As. There are also details of some events or information that a ...
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You can also use 'Activity Search', followed by 'What would you like to do?' (Walking & Hiking), followed by 'Where would you like to go?'.


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'If you're just looking for somewhere to get started, I would suggest the Four Waterfalls and Elidir Trail walks in Waterfall Country, part of the Fforest Fawr mountain range in t ...
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'Use the interactive map to follow in the footsteps of Derek Brockway as he walks through stunning Welsh locations for his Weatherman Walking series.'


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'Come and experience every type of benefit that being close to water has to offer at one of our Visitor Attractions. Each has its own unique personality yet all have health, well-being and recreati ...
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