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Walking Trails

Wales has three long distance routes classified as National Trails - Glyndwr's Way, Offa's Dyke and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path - passing through some of the country's most varied and picturesque scenery. In addition to the three National Trails, Wales is home to some exhilarating long walks over the length and breadth of the country.

Wales Cottage Holidays has a great selection of properties located along the routes, allowing walkers to explore sections of these major paths whilst enjoying a break in Wales. The newest of these is the Wales Coast Path, which opened in May 2012 when Wales became the first country in the world to offer visitors a formal trail right around the coast - that's 870 miles!

Wales Coast Path

Wales Coast Path

As the name would suggest the 870 mile path follows the breathtaking coastline of Wales in it's entirety.

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Mawddach Estuary

Mawddach Way

The Mawddach Way is a largely unspoilt trail that takes you from Barmouth around the southern end of Snowdonia National Park.

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Glyndwr's Way

Glyndwr's Way

This National Trail which runs from Welshpool, over to Machynlleth and then down to Knighton on the borders.

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Cambrian Way

Cambrian Way

The Cambrian Way takes you on some of the highest level and beautiful walks in Wales, and runs from Cardiff to Conwy.

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Severn Way

Severn Way

Tracing the River Severn, the 210 miles of waymarked paths through historic villages, market towns and beautiful countryside.

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Brecon Beacons National Park

Beacons Way

Challenge yourself with the 100 mile long Beacons Way, taking in many areas of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

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Walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

Pembrokeshire Coast Path

The first National Trail in Wales has 186 miles of path along rugged cliffs, by open estuaries and through secluded coves.

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St David's Cathedral

St David's Walk

The 250 miles of lower levels footpaths and trails connect the Pembrokeshire Coast and Snowdonia National Parks.

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Offa's Dyke Path

Offa's Dyke Path

Tread in the footsteps of King Offa and his men as this trail crosses the Wales/England border more than 20 times!

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Castell Coch in South Wales

Marches Way

Cardiff and Chester are connected by this 218-mile trail that winds its way through South Wales and along the border.

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Wye Valley Walk signpost

Wye Valley Walk

The 136 miles of this trail take you through a varied landscape down to the rolling countryside of the borders.

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Talybont Reservoir

Usk Valley Walk

Running 48 miles through the Vale of Usk, the walk follows the course of the river through largely unspoilt countryside.

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