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Country Walks

                All our walks are designed for both regular ramblers and people who just want "to get out and enjoy more of the countryside". The walks are conducted at a moderate pace - no rushing. Times and distances vary from 4 miles (3 hrs) to 7 miles (5.5 hrs). Good walking shoes/boots and waterproof clothing are required. We cater for groups of 2 to 30 persons, on any of the following selection of walks.

Gower Peninsula

Gower Walk (1).A coastal walk, passing Iron Age Settlements, cliff-top vistas, the famous Worm's Head and Wales most photographed seascapes including Rhosilli beach.

Gower Walk (2).Walk through tree covered valleys and over sandy dunes, visiting the ancient Ilston Church, Pennard castle and the enchanting Three Cliffs Bay.

Llyn Brianne. A spectacular walk incorporating R.S.P.B.'s site at Dinas and a visit to Twm Sion Catty's cave (Wales's own Robin Hood). Walks do not come more spectacular.

Around Llandovery. We start and end our countryside walk in the typically Welsh rural town of Llandovery, home to the "Drover's museum", Wales's first bank and an ancient castle.

View over Brecon Beacons

Fan Gihyrych. Walk to the summit of one of the Brecon Beacon's most neglected peaks. A walk affording spectacular views over the South Wales countryside.

Ystradfellte to Penwyllt. A linear walk over barren hillsides incorporating spectacular views. Good weather only.

Brynamman to Cwmtwrch. A slightly more strenuous walk suitable for more "seasoned" walkers. It includes fording a small stream. Good weather only.

Waterfalls Walk. A linear walk from Pont Neath Vaughn to Ystradfellte, visiting four spectacular waterfalls, including Scwd yr Eira. Recently classed as Wales's most scenic route.

Waterfalls Walk


Please contact us, we can tailor most walks to your specific requirements.
Other walks available on request.