Cardiff Walk  (PT 109)  13km  Grade 1
Organised by Capital Trails Walking Club
This walk will show you some of the industrial heritage of Cardiff. It takes you through the old docks, from which coal was exported, now a thriving area with cafes, bars and lots of modern and traditional sculptures and a nature reserve.


Soar-y-Mynydd & the Doethie Valley  (PT 263)  18km  Grade 3
Organised by Llanwrtyd Wells Walking Club
A challenging but rewarding route in the depths of the Cambrian Mountains wilderness. Much of the route is remote with just sheep and birds for company, but the views on a good day are out of this world, and the Doethie Valley is simply magical.


Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch  (PT 333)   12km   Grade 2
Organised by Yeovil Yompers
A typical varied trail, featuring countryside, town and waterside. From the famous long named town, it takes in superb panaromic views of the Snowdonia National Park, crosses the Menai Suspension Bridge and returns via trail alongside the Menai Straits under the Britannia Bridge and back to the start via the railway station platform.


Llanwrtyd Wells Town Walk  (PT 42)   10km  Grade 1
Organised by Llanwrtyd Wells Walking Club
Llanwrtyd Wells is the smallest town in Britain.  The walk follows the outskirts of the town through scenic parks, along river banks back to the centre of the town. The walk is quite flat but surrounded by scenic hills and mountains.

Round the Garn Walk  (PT 53)  10km  Grade 2
Organised by Llanwrtyd Wells Walking Club
A pleasant walk around the Garn Hill, an extinct volcano, climbing to about 800 feet. Wonderful views of the surrounding hills and mountains. A good chance of seeing Red Kites.

Victoria Wells Walk  (PT 99)  15km  Grade 2
Organised by Llanwrtyd Wells Walking Club
15km  route around Llanwrytd Wells with good views over the surrounding mountains.

St David's Walk  (PT 119)  20km  Grade 2
Organised by Llanwrtyd Wells Walking Club
Challenging 20km route from Llanwrtyd Wells, passes St David's Church, an old Celtic Church situated in old Llanwrtyd village. The walk has about 1000 feet of ascent with magnificent views over nearby hills and mountains.

Volcanoes & Valleys  (PT 236)  12km  Grade 2
Organised by Llanwrtyd Wells Walking Club

Saturnalia Trail   (PT 314)   13km / 21km / 35km   Grade 2
Organised by Llanwrtyd Wells Walking Club
A walk following the route of an old Roman road which passed by Llanwrtyd Wells, with a choice of distances. Partly farmland, with sections which are still roads today, one can imagine the Legions which marched across the land, enduring the Welsh climate in very basic conditions.

Gordon Green Jubilee Walk   (PT 337)   16.8km   Grade 3
Organised by Llanwrtyd Wells Walking Club  -  CONTACT CLUB FOR ROUTE
The walk to the top of Drygarn, the highest peak in the Southern Cambrian Mountains, was on of the favourite walks of Gordon Green MBE, TD, who was instrumental in starting up the British Walking Federation. The route to get there is tough going, but at the top the walker is rewarded with far reaching 360 degree panorama.