Walking in Wales
In Wales, you can walk until you drop.
From arching coastal paths to hikes over rugged hills and
mountains, from leisurely strolls to challenging treks. You can use
our Outdoor Wales onLine map to find a variety of walks,
or plan your exploration of country parks and Nature
Find a walk on Outdoor Wales onLine
Our walks range from national trails like Offa’s Dyke to shorter
country meanders like the Llancarfan Valley of the Stags circular
route in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Wales has a wealth of sites offering all kinds of walking
activities, from woodland trails to finding out about our heritage
and bird watching. There's plenty of countryside activities for the
How accessible are they?
All walks highlighted on Outdoor Wales onLine provide
information on how accessible they are for everyone, including
walkers with families and less able visitors, together with details
on how to reach walks by public transport.
What do you think?
All the walks shown here are managed by the local authorities
and should be well maintained and of a good standard. We are very
keen to hear your stories, opinions or experiences - so please
let us know if you enjoyed your walk or if you had any
You can find places to walk with the Outdoor Wales onLine maps
- entering a place name or a post code into the website's search
- searching within a given distance of a specific location;
- manually zooming in to a specific area on the map;
- searching by actual name.
There are links to useful information such as weather forecasts,
travel or where to find accommodation. You can also link to web
pages about safety information and codes of conduct about how to
enjoy the Welsh outdoors safely and responsibly in a way that won’t
damage the environment and ensures respect for other users.