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Our Walks in South Wales

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Fancy a ramble in the Brecon Beacons, book-shopping in Hay on Wye or a cliff top walk in Ceredigion? Then head down to South Wales. Visit the beaches around Aberystwyth or the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. Croeso i Dde Cymru!

 

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Fun activities for families across the UK at www.whatson4littleones.co.uk

FREE WALK SUGGESTIONS!!

Here are some more ideas of where you can take your pushchair in South Wales. These are lovely places to go, but not worth a route description.

 

Poppitt Sands - gorgeous beach near Cardigan with cafe and short coastal path

 

Whitesand's Beach, St David's - long sandy beach with facilities

 

St David's Cathedral grounds - wander through history past the Abbey and by the river

EASY ACCESS TRAILS

Easy access trails are starting to appear across Britain, so here is a selection in East Anglia. These are official trails and have not necessarily been tried and tested but should be suitable for wheels.

Nant yr Arian Lake - easy access trail around the lake if you don't fancy our woodland walk.

 

Fforest Fawr, Cardiff has an easy access woodland route with sculptures.

 

The Taff Trail runs from the Brecon Beacons to Cardiff and many sections are traffc free. Visit www.tafftrail.org.uk for details.

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Not sure where to go??

Visit our South Wales Gallery to help you decide!!

 

PWD10 Foel Eryr, Preselis

45 mins : 1.3 miles (2 km)

Bag a summit in the Preseli Mountains with relatively little climbing! With only 64m from car park to trig point, this short, steep climb could be your baby's first mountain. This walk is worth the effort for the unbelievable views across Pembrokeshire and the Preselis. Grassy path all the way, uneven in places but it can get boggy in wet weather. Pushchair leash essential.

PWD9 Sugar Loaf, Abergavenny

1 hour: 1.7 miles (2.5km)

A circular walk at the foot of this iconic hill, with great views over Abergavenny and the surrounding countryside. Good paths, but rough in places, so ATPs only and a pram leash is essential.

PWD15 Cors Caron, Tregaron

1-2.5hours: 1.5-5 miles (3-8km)

A walk across The Bog nature reserve, following the line of the old Milford to Manchester railway line. Boardwalks take you out across the bog to pools and a bird hide, with benches along the way. Wide, smooth paths suitable for all.

Photo by Roger Kidd on www.geograph.org.uk

© Licensed for reuse under Creative Commons License.

Contributed by: Colin Antwiss

www.fieldsmanbookshop.co.uk

PWD14 St David's Airfield

2.25 miles (3.5km)

A level walk around the old airfield between St David's and Solva, now an area of regenerated heathland. Good level paths, either mown grass or old runways, suitable for all. Dogs must be kept under control and keep off the grassland to protect nesting birds.

Photo by Ceridwen on www.geograph.org.uk

© Licensed for reuse under Creative Commons License.

Contributed by: Colin Antwiss

www.fieldsmanbookshop.co.uk

PWD16 Waterfall Walk, Talybont-on-Usk

45 mins : 1 mile (1.5 km)

 

A lovely walk through a woodland and river soundscape to a spectacular waterfall. A gradual climb up a good path for ATPs only, there is 1 stile to lift over to reach the waterfall, though it can be seen before the stile.

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