National Walking Trails of Wales Inspirational scenery is around every bend of our National Trails. With easy access you can hit the trail over two days or two hours. So no tent needed. Just walking boots and a love of living poetry. Pembrokeshire Coast Path Couple walking Ceibwr Bay, Pembrokeshire Easy to see why BBC Coast magazine readers voted the Pembrokeshire Coast Path their favourite trail recently. The best of British is here, ragged sea cliffs, golden beaches, wildflowers and mountains across horizons. Over 186 coast-hugging miles you discover Celtic chapels at Bosherton, crablines and candyfloss at Tenby and a splendid cathedral at St Davids. Look out for seals and seabirds, and breathe in the sea air. We love: Stackpole - for building sandcastles at Barafundle Bay St Davids - it’s a wild walk to this miniature city Search for walking operators in Pembrokeshire Offa's Dyke Offa's Dyke path, Powys, Mid Wales Today the former Welsh-English frontier, Britain’s longest ancient monument, forms the 177-mile coast-to-coast Offa's Dyke Path. Walk the Wye valley to Monmouth, past book capital Hay-on-Wye and onto the Clywdian Hills. Days are spent walking forgotten valleys with buzzards and badgers. Nights are snug in gentle market towns. A challenge, but never crowded, never boring. We love: Llangollen - a spectacular route beneath a ridge of cliffs Search for walking operators in Wales Glyndŵr's Way Group trekking Knighton, Mid Wales by gary.hadden Located in Mid Wales, most walkers haven’t caught on to Glyndŵr's Way a 135-mile route through Mid Wales – and that’s just one reason to go. The farmland, hills and moors between Knighton, Machynlleth and Welshpool feel more remote, the views across Cadair Idris and Plynlimon more exhilarating. Being overlooked has its advantages. We love: Machynlleth - the parliament town of folk hero Owain Glyndŵr Llyn Clywedog to Glaslyn - go from green hills to broad bleak moor in utter peace Search for walking operators in Wales Wales Coast Path Coastal Path, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion In 2012 we created the world’s first uninterrupted route along a national coast. The Wales Coast Path covers all the famous bits on its 870-mile odyssey: Gower, Pembrokeshire, the Cambrian Coast. There are numberless beaches, estuaries, cliff-tops and woodlands. City waterfronts, castles and the occasional industrial site among the nature reserves but that’s part of Wales; part of the voyage of discovery. We love: Anglesey - the raw and rugged Porth Dafarch Glamorgan - easy walking on Wales’ Jurassic coast Search for walking operators in Wales Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items North Wales attractions Where to go and what to see during your adventure across the lands and seas of North Wales. Walks in North Wales Explore the soaring mountains and refreshing coastal walks of North Wales. Wales on Film Wales has been host to hundreds of films. Here are some of those scene-stealing performances. The mountains of Wales Dramatic, inspiring and picturesque, there’s much to enjoy in our mighty ranges. Ten top mountain views Mountains define the Welsh landscape. Here are ten of the best places to stop and admire them. 5 great winter ideas Five great activities that show colder months are no time to hibernate. Great escapes for walkers Discover the five regions that provide a wonderful weekend – or week – on the trail. Regional walks Discover your own perfect walk in one of the 4 corners of Wales. 10 great family walks Reluctant ramblers become fearless explorers on these epic mini-adventures.