An Outdoor Adventure
National Trails pass through some of the most stunning and diverse landscapes in Britain. There's something to suit everyone! We have three in trails here in Wales; two being close to us here at Lake Vyrnwy...
The dyke, makes a dramatic crossing of Wales from South to North. It follows loosely the line of King Offa of Mercia's original ditch, and, in doing so, also follows loosely the line of the offical border between the two nations.
Following the English/Welsh border alongside the 8th Century Offa's Dyke this National Trail takes you through changing landscapes offering amazing opportunities to catch a view of our native wildlife.
Celebrate Welsh cultural and natural history along Glyndŵr's Way. Explore rolling farmland, open moorland, forests, lakes and reservoirs and re-live the adventures of Owain Glyndŵr.
You don’t need to be a lover of history to appreciate Glyndŵr’s Way. The real beauty of the trail lies in the incredibly varied Mid-Wales countryside that it crosses. Most of it sees very few footprints in comparison to the honeypot areas of the national parks that surround it. The path links a succession of unspoilt outposts, crossing everything from gently rolling farmland to barren and bleak moors.
Mountain lovers will be thrilled by the views across Cadair Idris and Plynlimon, whilst those that enjoy their countryside on the more serene side will be moved by stunning views over Llyn Clywedog Reservoir from the sprawling Hafren Forest.