Enjoy some of the best walking in Wales in the Snowdonia National Park, famed for the impressive summits of Snowdon, Cadair Idris and more. There are also some of Britain’s iconic ridge walks, as well as more romantic scenery of tumbling waterfalls and wooded valleys.
Where the high mountains give way to scenic valleys you’ll find pretty slate villages and the steam trails of vintage trains. On the coast, watch out for birdlife on sandy beaches and explore sleepy fishing villages and historic towns.
Further south explore the contrasting landscapes of the Brecon Beacons National Park – high moors and lakes offering a great sense of solitude, broad grassy ridges the flat-topped hills. All treat you to mile after mile of superb walking.
The drama of the landscape is mirrored in its many myths and legends – Wales is a land that celebrates its heritage and culture. Listen for ‘lechyd da’, as you raise a well-earned glass at the end of the day.