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  • Beacons Way

    Man walking along Pen Y Fan Ridge

    The Brecon Beacons is South Wales’ largest and most impressive mountain range, providing the perfect location for those who enjoy the challenge of continuous mountain walking. Unlike the craggy peaks of Snowdonia, the mountains here are broad and rolling, providing wide unspoilt views across the famous welsh valleys. Taking you right into the centre of the Brecon Beacon’s National Park, it is also ideally suited for the adventurer.

    • 93
    • Abergavenny
    • Llangadog
    • Moderate to Challenging
    • 805, 815
  • Glyndŵr’s Way

    Paths leading around Llyn Clewadog

    A wild walk for those who enjoy a challenge. Named after the heroic Welsh Prince Owain Glyndŵr, this walk will take you right into the remote heart of Wales where Glyndŵr planned his own legendary revolt. As Wales’ most recent National Trail, it is also full of impressive sites including Cadair Idris, one of Wales’ most dramatic mountain peaks, the beautiful Lake Vyrnwy reservoir, Powys Castle and the small estuary town of Machynlleth.

    • 75, 133
    • Knighton
    • Welshpool
    • Moderate to Challenging
    • 520, 595, 775, 845, 995, 1235
  • South West Coast Path

    The Rumps, Polzeath, North Cornwall

    Take on Britain’s longest and most spectacular National Trail which traces the dramatic coastlines of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and Somerset.

    • 43, 58, 62
    • St Ives
    • Looe
    • Moderate to Challenging
    • 365, 460, 525, 545,605
  • West Highland Way

    Glencoe View

    The highlands are ideal territory for exhilarating and often demanding mountain and hill walking in Scotland. The West Highlands offers stunning mountains, beautiful lochs and endless open space.

    • 44, 96
    • Milngavie
    • Fort William
    • Moderate to Challenging
    • 345,455,635,725,795