Walking in Wales
With three national parks, 498 miles of national trails and 18 regional walking routes, Wales is one of the best places in Europe for hiking and walking, whatever your skill level.
Dramatic landscapes, stunning coastal scenery and mountain trails beckon!
A new walking trail – the Wat’s Dyke Heritage Trail – follows an ancient dyke dating back 1,500 years as the earliest border between England and Wales. www.watsdykeway.org
Last year, the Ceredigion Coast Path fully opened and joined up with the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and Carmarthenshire Bay Coastal and Estuaries Way, forming a stunning 311 mile trail. www.walkcardiganbay.com
The Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path opened in 2006, providing a 125-mile loop around the island. www.angleseycoastalpath.com
Download our Walking Wales magazine (Acrobat PDF download below) to find out more. It includes articles by award-winning journalists who have sampled many of the walks for themselves.