Walks of Wales

Granite Tors on Dartmoor
Mountains of the Brecon Beacons

Walk Miles Description
Dinas Mawddwy and Meirion Mill 2.7 Overlooking the battle site of Camlann on the edge of Snowdonia.
Llyn Idwal 3.1 A lakeside walk in the midst of mountains within the heart of craggy Snowdonia.
Brecon, River Honddu and Llanddew 3.6 Through wooded groves to the historic hamlet of Llanddew.
Montgomery, Town Hill and Ffridd Faldwyn 3.6 A monument, a hill fort, and a ruined castle at a Georgian border town.
Rhossili Bay, Hillend and Rhossili Down 3.9 A seaside walk around a beautiful bay on the Gower peninsula.
Aberedw and Llewelyn's Cave 4.1 Seeking a prince in the hills of mid Wales above the Wye Valley.
Corwen, River Dee and Caer Drewyn 4.4 Through woods and along the Dee valley to an ancient hill site.
Aberystwyth and Constitution Hill 4.7 A walk along the cliff tops then through woods above Aberystwyth.
Fforest Coal Pit, Partrishow and Cwmyoy 6.2 A visit to two ancient churches hidden in the shadow of the Black Mountains.
Bosherston Ponds, Stackpole Head and Broad Haven Dunes 7.8 From secluded lakes of lilies to the drama of Pembrokeshire's cliffs.
Blorenge, Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, Llanfoist and Govilon 8.2 From a mountain, down to a canal towpath and then back up again.
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