National Parks Week: Wales

Posted on 26/07/2016

To kickstart #NationalParksWeek here at ViewRanger we have put together some of the best routes in the National Parks in Wales. Home to some of the most stunning scenery and the #3PeakChallenge milestone, why not take a trip this summer for a real adventure. 

 

Waterfall

1. Brecon Beacons, Ystradfellte (FREE)
Difficulty: Medium
Length: 4 Miles
By Countryfile Magazine

A rocky path perfect for the experienced explorer, passing through a valley of pretty greenery and riverside views. The water’s edge takes you past many waterfalls, including Wales’ most famous, Sgwd yr Eira. Continue on to Porth Yr Ogof, the largest cave entrance in Wales, where you can take a look around.

Best for: Experienced walkers

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Cliffs2. Pembrokeshire, Parrog (£)
Difficulty: Medium
Length: 4.53 miles
By Walking World

A varied route including a few uphill climbs but with stunning views to reward these demands. If visiting in the spring/summertime the cliffs imitate a beautiful garden with bunches of wildflowers which attract local birds.

Best for: birdwatchers and green fingers 

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Route33. Snowdonia, Trawsfunydd Trail (FREE)
Difficulty: Medium
Length: 4.3 miles
By Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru Natural Resources Wales

Enjoy a place of tranquillity in the Snowdonia Park with this wheelchair-accessible route around Lake Trawsfynydd. Not only does it offer eye-catching views, but be sure to explore the local history of this area as there’s lots to discover. Finally, why not take a break from walking and set your line up for some fishing by the lake for pure peace and quiet.

Best for: Peace and quiet searchers

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