From mountains to valleys - exercise your adventurous side on the mountain bike trails and tracks of Wales. Find out where the top trail centres are across Wales.
To discover some of Wales' finest hills, valleys, islands and coastal scenery, meet our five gorgeous Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty - Anglesey, Gower, Wye Valley, Llŷn Peninsula and the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley
Planning on going for a walk in one of our national parks? Please check the conditions before you go. Making sure you are prepared for the day is key to staying safe – read on to find out how.
The views from the highest peak in the Brecon Beacons National Park are so impressive, you'll want to return again and again. Here are four routes to walk to the top of Pen y Fan.
The Welsh mountains that make our landscapes so distinctive were carved out in the Ice Age, some 10,000 years ago. They’re our defence and our lifeline, a challenge and an inspiration. Their peaks, slopes and views attract mountaineers, artists and Olympic sportspeople. And they’re endlessly exciting to explore.
Welsh cycling isn’t all mountain biking. We also have tarmac, signposts and scenery to spare. Cycle hire is plentiful in Wales. Find a route and enjoy a family ride out!