Walking & Hiking Holidays in Wales, UK

Take a walk in Wales and you’ll find superb scenery is the constant of our walking regions, whether coast, mountains, valleys or hills.

It's no wonder Wales is one of the most popular destinations for hiking holidays: in our great outdoors you’ll discover well-marked national trails for some of the most inspirational hiking in the UK, walking holidays and shorter routes perfect for an afternoon stroll.

Walking the Wales Coast Path on the Llyn Peninsula

Wales Coast Path

In 2012 the Wales Coast Path opened, the world’s first uninterrupted route along a national coast.

Ceibwr Bay, Pembrokeshire

Wales’ National Trails

Lace up your boots: four waymarked long-distance routes that offer inspirational walking.

Llandecwyn church and Dwyryd estuary at sunset

Historical walks Wales

Natural Resources Wales outline some of the best walks with sights of castles, churches and chapels.

Giant wicker man at the Green Man festival

Festivals, Welsh-style

From the quirky to the wild, our festivals promise a never-forgotten experience!

Carew Castle

10 great family walks

Reluctant ramblers become fearless explorers on these epic mini-adventures.

Covering 870 miles (1,400km) the Wales Coast Path is the first coastal path in the world to cover an entire country. The path stretches from the mouth of the River Dee in Flintshire in the north to Chepstow in south.