Great activities to do in summer Summertime in Wales means paths to walk, kayaks to paddle, ponies to ride and mountains to climb. It also means summer holiday season, so here are five of our favourite summertime activities to try. Sea kayaking in Pembrokeshire Sea kayaking, Pembrokeshire by www.AlastairHumphreys.com A kayak is the ultimate craft to explore the coast of Wales and calm seas in summer let you get up close. With an expert activity operator you’ll explore caves and secret bays around St David’s Head or paddle through monster arches near Stackpole. You might see seals on otherwise inaccessible beaches and skies filled with seabirds. It’s an adventure that deserves a day at least. Actually, set aside several.Search for kayaking and canoeing operators in Pembrokeshire Pony trekking in the Brecon Beacons Pony Trekkers in Llanthony, Brecon Beacons Summertime is one of our favourite seasons for a day in the saddle. This is also the season that the Brecon Beacons, the National Park where pony trekking began, comes into its own. Drier weather lets you head into the hills for picnics with a view and longer days open up distance rides such as the Three Rivers Ride. Search horse riding operators in the Brecon Beacons National Parks Coasteering in Anglesey Coasteering at Holyhead, Anglesey by drgillybean Coasteering for most of us is best in summer sunshine. Although it's famous in Pembrokeshire, Holy Island, with the most spectacular coast of North Wales, is just as good for the ultimate aquatic adventure. It has deep clean water, hidden beaches and cliffs. But it also has the largest sea cave in Wales and far fewer coasteering groups, and that means more adventure. Find out more about coasteering in Anglesey Walking Offas Dyke Path Hawthorn Hill, Knighton, Mid Wales Because most holidaymakers rush to our National Parks the border country can seem like a secret. Summer is when the Wye Valley woods are at their lushest. And early summer is when heather dusts the Clwydian range with purple. There’s no better walking escape than a summer evening in a sleepy village after a day in the hills. Find out more about walking the Offa's Dyke Path Climbing in Snowdonia Climbing in Snowdonia by Natures Work The kids want adventure. You want scenery. We have the solution. A qualified climbing operator will show your budding Edmund Hillarys the ropes, whilst you sit back and enjoy the view. They’ll learn mountain safety and how to scale the crags and mountain sides in places like Llanberis Pass, a cradle of British climbing. Better still many of these crags are open to sunshine.Search for climbing operators in Snowdonia Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items Wales on Film Wales has been host to hundreds of films. Here are some of those scene-stealing performances. Alternative Fathers Day Gentleman’s relish…! For papas with panache, check out these totally hip Father’s Day ideas. Marc Evans’ Wales The director of Visit Wales’ TV advertising campaigns tells us what’s special about Wales. Raining, we've covered it It rains sometimes. No big deal. We’ve got loads of indoor attractions. Active service Here are some adventure activities in Wales to put colour in your cheeks. It’s a living thing Children can make history at one of our brilliant living history museums.