GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Wales Cycle Routes

Wales is a fantastic place to cycle with some of the UK's most awe inspiring scenery to enjoy. The National Cycle Network has been hard at work in Wales, with a multitude of fabulous signed routes now running through the hills and valleys. Many of the routes are challenging with some substantial climbs to experience, but the rider is always rewarded with spectacular views.
Highlights include the wonderful Taff trail which runs from Cardiff Bay into the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park. Much of this fabulous trail is off road making for a really splendid experience for the cyclist.
Another must see is the fabulous Snowdonia National Park with yet more jaw dropping scenery to enjoy. The park is also well served by many signed cycle rides which are mapped below.
Other popular destinations include the capital city of Cardiff with the wonderful Taff Trail running through it. See our Cardiff Cycle Routes page for a selection of rides in and around the city.

Use the links to view full route information including elevation profiles, interactive maps and GPS downloads.
You can also view an overview map of all the routes in the using the Wales Cycle Map>>


Route NamePhotoDistanceDescription
Aberaeron Cycle Path3 miles (5 km)This pleasant route follows a traffic free path from Aberaeron to Llanerchaeron View Full Details>>
Abergavenny Castle Meadows and Linda Vista Gardens1 miles (2 km)This lovely circular walk takes you around the pretty meadows surrounding Abergavenny Castle. You'll also enjoy a riverside stroll along the River Usk and a visit to the delightful Linda Vista Gardens. View Full Details>>
Abergavenny to Hay-On-Wye22 miles (36 km)Follow National Cycle route 42 through the wonderful Brecon Beacons National Park and enjoy fabulous views of the Black Mountains. View Full Details>>
Abergavenny to Hereford27 miles (43 km)This route follows National Cycle route 46 from Abergavenny to Hereford View Full Details>>
Aberystwyth to Newtown50 miles (80 km)Follow NCN route 81 on this challenging ride View Full Details>>
Aberystwyth to Tregaron21 miles (34 km)This lovely ride follows National Cycle route 82 and the beautiful Ystwyth trail from Aberystwyth to Tregaron. View Full Details>>
Afan Forest Park Country Park11 miles (17 km)Set in the beautiful Afan Valley in Neath Port Talbot, this 48-square-mile forest park has miles of cycling trails, walking trails and several fantastic mountain bike trails. View Full Details>>
Along the River Dee from Chester to Connah's Quay6 miles (10 km)Follow the River Dee from England into Wales on this easy waterside walk or cycle. The route starts on the England and Wales border at Chester and follows a good riverside path to Connah's Quay in Wales. You'll pass Saltney Bridge and Queensferry Bridge before finishing at Hawarden Bridge at Connah's Quay. View Full Details>>
Alwen Trail7 miles (12 km)This is a circular cycling and walking trail around the delightful Alwen Reservoir in Conwy, North Wales. You will pass through forest plantations and up onto Mynydd Hiraethog where there are splendid views of the surrounding area. View Full Details>>
Alyn Waters Country Park2 miles (4 km)Enjoy peaceful walking and cycling in this lovely country park in the Alyn Valley, Wrexham. The Park is split into two sections either side of the River Alyn which runs through the centre of the park. As such there are delightful riverside walks to enjoy and other well surfaced paths taking you through woodland and grassland. View Full Details>>
Bala Lake6 miles (9 km)Enjoy a cycle ride along the beautiful Bala Lake View Full Details>>
Bangor to Holyhead37 miles (60 km)Follow National Cycle routes 5 and 8 through the Isle of Anglesey. View Full Details>>
Barmouth to Machynlleth25 miles (40 km)Travel from Barmouth to Machynlleth along National Cycle 8 route through the Snowdonia National Park View Full Details>>
Barmouth to Tywyn31 miles (50 km)Travel from Barmouth to Tywyn along National Cycle 8 route through the incredible Snowdonia National Park and enjoy some stunning views. View Full Details>>
Beddgelert Forest3 miles (5 km)This large forest is located near the village of Beddgelert in the Snowdonia National Park. In it you will find miles of walking paths and great mountain bike trails. There are great views towards Snowdon and a nice path around the lovely Llyn Llewellyn. The Welsh Highland Railway also runs through the forest so look out for the fine steam trains as you go. View Full Details>>
Brechfa Forest7 miles (12 km)Enjoy miles of footpaths and mountain bike trails in this super forest in Carmarthenshire. There are three colour coded mountain bike trails of varying difficulty. The green/blue Derwen trail is great for novices looking for an introduction to the sport. The red Gorlech trail is a hard, fast, all weather surface suitable for the more experienced rider. The black Raven trail is a real test of your skills and is receiving great reviews from experienced enthusiasts of the sport. View Full Details>>
Brecon to Hay-on-Wye17 miles (28 km)This ride follows National Cycle routes 8 and 42 from Brecon to Hay-on-Wye through the stunning Brecon Beacons National Park. View Full Details>>
Bryngarw Country Park2 miles (3.6 km)This 120 acre country park is situated on the River Garw just north of Bridgend. There are lovely woodland trails withmature sweet chestnuts, ancient oaks and towering beeches. Look out for foxes, squirrels and wood peckers as you make your way through this section of the park. View Full Details>>
Builth Wells to Rhayader17 miles (28 km)Travel through Powys along National Cycle route 8 on this picturesque ride. View Full Details>>
Bute Park2 miles (4 km)Explore 130 acres of landscaped gardens and parkland in this beautiful park in Cardiff. The park consists of an arboretum, flower gardens, grassland, woodland and tree-lined avenues. The River Taff also runs through the park so there is a lovely waterside walking and cycling section to enjoy. View Full Details>>
Canaston Woods5 miles (8 km)Enjoy a walk or cycle around these pretty woodlands in Pembrokeshire. There's 420 acres to explore with a good mountain bike track running through the centre of the woods. It's a fairly easy path so it's suitable for families. There are also numerous footpaths to follow through the ancient mixed woodland. View Full Details>>
Cardiff to Bridgend32 miles (52 km)This lovely largely off road ride follows National Cycle routes 8, 4 and the Taff trail from Cardiff to Bridgend. View Full Details>>
Cardiff to Caerphilly12 miles (20 km)This is a lovely ride that follows National Cycle route 8 and the Taff trail from Cardiff to Caerphilly. View Full Details>>
Cardiff to Newport28 miles (45 km)This is a lovely ride that follows National Cycle routes 8 and 47 between these two major Welsh cities. View Full Details>>
Cardiff to Pontypridd16 miles (25 km)This lovely largely off road ride follows National Cycle route 8 and the Taff trail from Cardiff to Pontypridd. View Full Details>>
Cardigan to Lampeter40 miles (65 km)This ride follows NCN route 82 from Cardigan to Lampeter View Full Details>>
Carmarthen to Fishguard47 miles (75 km)Follow NCN route 47 on this challenging route through some beautiful countryside and the View Full Details>>
Carmarthen to Llanelli29 miles (46 km)This challenging the ride takes you along NCN route 47 through the beautiful Welsh Valleys View Full Details>>
Carmarthen to Tenby34 miles (55 km)Follow National Cycle route 4 on this attractive ride through Carmarthenshire and along the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast. View Full Details>>
Castle Coch3 miles (5 km)Visit this 19th-centuryGothic Revival in Tongwynlais and enjoy a walk or cycle in the adjacent Fforest Fawr. View Full Details>>
Chepstow to Abergavenny30 miles (48 km)Follow National Cycle routes 4 and 42 on this challenging ride. The first section of the ride takes you to Usk on quiet roads and through some lovely wooded areas. You then follow the River Usk towards Abergavenny on more country roads. View Full Details>>
Chester to Llandudno50 miles (80 km)This super cycle ride takes you from England into Wales along National Cycle Route 5. The route runs for about 50 miles with long coastal runs and traffic free sections. View Full Details>>
Chester to Rhyl34 miles (55 km)Travel from England to Wales along National Cycle route 5 on this attractive and fairly flat ride. View Full Details>>
Chirk Castle2 miles (4 km)Explore the gardens an wider estate surrounding this 13th century castle in Wrexham. The estate is a mixture of pasture and woodland and covers 460 acres with a number of well maintained footpaths to follow. The award-winning gardens cover 5.5 acres with lawns, herbaceous borders, rose, shrub and rock gardens, and a wooded pleasure ground. From theterrace overlooking the 18th century ha-ha there are stunning views over the Cheshire and Salop plains. View Full Details>>
Claerwen Reservoir11 miles (18 km)Enjoy a cycle or walk along this large reservoir in the Cambrian Mountains. There is a good track running along the northern shore of the lake which makes for a nice traffic free cycle or walk. It runs for about 6 miles starting at the Claerwen Dam car park. There are lovely views across the water to the surrounding hills and countryside. View Full Details>>
Clyne Valley Country Park2 miles (3 km)Explore 700 acres of wooded hillsides, steep gorges, meadows and wet valley floor in this country park in Swansea. The park is great for walking and cycling with the trackbed of the old London Midland Scottish Railway forming the park's main footpath and cycleway. There are a number of water features in the park with the Clyne River and a number of lakes and ponds to enjoy. Look out for birdlife that includes wagtails, wrens, nuthatches, robins and woodpeckers. View Full Details>>
Coed Y Brenin Forest Park5 miles (8 km)This large forest in Snowdonia is fantastic for both cycling and walking. For walkers there are 4 well devised, all ability trails taking place on wide well maintained paths. The trails take you along the Afon Eden on a sculpture lined riverside path and along a disused tramway to the old Copper processing mill. If you're looking for more strenuous walking then you can pick up one of the 3 difficult routes. The waterfall trail takes you to the confluence of the Afon Gain and Mawddach with their twin waterfalls. The mountain trail climbs to the Mynydd Penrhos ridge with spectacular views of the surrounding area. View Full Details>>
Copper Trail Anglesey33 miles (53 km)This splendid circular cycle route takes you on a tour of the wonderful Isle of Anglesey in Wales. The route follows National Cycle Network route 566 on a series of quiet country lanes. View Full Details>>
Cwmcarn Forest6 miles (10 km)This large country park has miles of fantastic walking and cycling trails to explore. There are 2 fabulous singletrack mountain bike trails with testing climbs, swooping descents and demanding technical sections. There are 6 walks of varying lengths and difficulty - more information can be found from the visitor centre. View Full Details>>
Dare Valley Country Park4 miles (6 km)Enjoy a cycle or walk around this large country park in Aberdare, Rhondda Cynon Taf. There are 500 acres of woodlands, pasture and moorland mountainside to explore on a number of different waymarked trails. There's some climbing involved but you are rewarded with some truly fabulous views of the surrounding countryside and mountains. View Full Details>>
Elan Valley Reservoirs11 miles (17 km)This waterside cycling and walking route takes you through the beautiful Elan Valley in Powys. The traffic free cycle path runs along the Caban-coch, Garreg-dduand Pen-y-garreg reservoirs. It's a very beautiful area with the series of lakes surrounded by lush countryside, attractive woodland, wildflower meadows, streams, waterfalls and the Welsh hills and mountains. Along the way there is the option of climbing high above the Elan Valley on a variety of footpaths. From here you can enjoy stunning views over the reservoirs. Also of note are the spectacular dams including the Garreg-ddu dam which has the appearance of a viaduct and the Caban Coch dam which resembles a magnificent waterfall. View Full Details>>
Epynt Way40 miles (64 km)A circular cycling and walking route on lanes and bridleways within the boundary of the MOD's busy Sennybridge Army Training Area. The establishment of the Epynt Way, has gone some way to compensating for the reduction in public access across this attractive area by the MOD. The village of Llangammarch Wells with its railway station makes a good access point for the route. View Full Details>>
Erddig Hall and Country Park2 miles (3.5 km)Explore the 1,200-acre country park surrounding the 18th century Erddig Hall in Wrexham. You can enjoy a riverside stroll along the River Clywedog, visit the 13.5-acre walled garden with fruit trees and water features before exploring the huge parkland, rolling farmland and woodland areas. Cyclists can also enjoy the park with a particularly lovely trail running along the river. View Full Details>>
Fforest Fawr2 miles (4 km)This large area of woodland has some lovely waymarked footpaths including the delightful Fforest Fawr sculpture trail. It's a lovely, peaceful area with well laid out paths, pretty streams, old mining caves and lots of woodland wildlife to look out for. In the spring months you can also see carpets of bluebells, wood anemone and wild garlic flowers. View Full Details>>
Fishguard to Cardigan25 miles (40 km)Follow National Cycle routes 47 and 82 from Fishguard to Cardigan through the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. View Full Details>>
Forest Farm Country Park3 miles (4.5 km)This lovely country park and nature reserve in Cardiff is a great place for a peaceful cycle or walk. There are 150 acres to explore with a section of the Taff Trail running through the park alongside the River Taff. The Cardiff Merthyr canal also runs through the site - look out for Kingfishers and Herons on the water. There is also a peaceful woodland section. View Full Details>>
Glyncorrwg Ponds3 miles (5 km)Enjoy miles of cycling and walking trails in this country park set within the Afan Forest. The Glyncorrwg Ponds are a series of small, beatiful lakes set along a narrow valley. You can follow a number of way-marked walks which run past the ponds, along the River Corrwg and through the surrounding hills and woodland. The walks are of varying difficulty with some gentle waterside strolls and more strenuous hill climbing. With the latter you are rewarded with fabulous views of the Afan Valley, the Gower Peninsular, the Brecon Beacons and Somerset. View Full Details>>
Gwydyr Forest7 miles (11.2 km)This large area of woodland encircles the popular village of Betws-y-Coed in the Snowdonia National Park. There's miles of footpaths and mountain bike trails with lots of pretty streams, rivers, waterfalls, hills and lakes to see. View Full Details>>
Hafren Forest4 miles (6 km)This large woodland area nearLlanidloes has miles of walking paths and mountain bike trails to try. In the forest you will find the source of the River Severn, pretty waterfalls and a wide variety of wildlife. Look out for buzzards, goshawks and red kites on your way through the woods. View Full Details>>
Haverfordwest to Fishguard40 miles (65 km)Follow National Cycle route 4 through the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. View Full Details>>
Haverfordwest to St Davids22 miles (36 km)Follow National Cycle route 4 through the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. View Full Details>>
Hay-on-Wye to Builth-Wells22 miles (35 km)This lovely waterside ride follows the River Wye and National Cycle routes 42 and 8 through Powys, with wonderful views of the Black Mountains. View Full Details>>
Holyhead to Caernarfon39 miles (62 km)Follow National Cycle route 8 through Anglesey and over the Menai bridge into Wales. View Full Details>>
Kerry Ridgeway15 miles (24 km)This is an exceptionally beautiful walk or cycle through Powys and then into Shropshire. View Full Details>>
Lake Vyrnwy11 miles (18 km)Follow the lakeside cycle lanes around this lovely reservoir on this circular ride in Powys. The country lanes around the water are flat and well maintained so this is a farily easy waterside ride. It's a lovely area with the lake surrounded by hills and attractive woodland. You can hire bikes at Llandwddyn at the southern end of the water. View Full Details>>
Lampeter to Aberystwyth31 miles (50 km)This lovely ride follows National Cycle route 82 and the beautiful Ystwyth trail from Lampeter to the coastal Aberystwyth. View Full Details>>
Llanberis Pass3 miles (5 km)This challenging climb in the Snowdonia National Park passes between the mountain ranges of theGlyderauand the Snowdonmassif.The ride starts from the car park at Nant Peris and follows the A4086 to Pen-y-Pass. It's about a 3 mile ride (6 miles return journey) with stunning views and a high point of about 1180ft (359 metres). At Pen-y-Pass you can enjoy refreshment at the cafe before turning round and descending back to Nant Peris. View Full Details>>
Llandegla Forest7 miles (12 km)This large forest near Wrexham is a fantastic place for walking and cycling. There are 50km of graded, waymarked mountain bike trails. The trails range from nice easy family trails to more exhilarating downhill tracks. The Green Route is a leisurely ride around the pretty Pendinas Reservoir with views of the Clwydian Range. At the other end of the scale is the challenging Black Route with steep descents, large steps, gaps and drop-offs. The Blue route is a good one to try for people new to mountain bikers while the Red Route is for Intermediate riders. View Full Details>>
Llanelli to Carmarthen27 miles (43 km)This ride follows National Cycle route 4 and the splendid Millennium Coastal path from Llanelli to Carmarthen. View Full Details>>
Llangollen Canal49 miles (79 km)Enjoy a waterside walk or cycle along the Llangollen Canal. The canal runs from Llangollen in Wales toHurleston near Nantwich in Cheshire. You can walk along the canal towpath from start to finish, while cyclists can enjoy the section from Llangollen to Chirk using National Cycle Network routes 85 and 84. This first section starts at the wonderful Horseshoe Falls just to the west of Llangollen. You then head through Llangollen to the wonderful Pontcysyllte Aqueduct where the canalis carried over the valley of theRiver Dee. The magnificent structure is the longest and highest aqueduct inBritainand aWorld Heritage Site. There are wonderful views of the Dee valley and up to the medieval Castell Dinas Bran from this major highlight on the route. You can explore the Aqueduct by clicking on the google street view link below. View Full Details>>
Llwybr Ceiriog Trail23 miles (37 km)A circular walk or cycle through the beautiful Ceiriog Valley. The trail visits the pretty villages of Bronygarth and Pandy and contains some challenging climbs. The views of the River Ceiriog and the hills of the Ceiriog Valley are a stunning reward for your efforts though. View Full Details>>
Llyn Brianne14 miles (22 km)Enjoy a walk or cycle along this beautiful reservoir in central Wales. The reservoir sits at the head of the River Towy with a dam 299 feet high and 951 feet long. There's a lovely country lane running along the eastern side of the water. It climbs high above the reservoir with wonderful views over the water to the surrounding countryside and hills. The lane is ideal for a quiet cycle ride in beautiful surroundings. View Full Details>>
Llyn Clywedog4 miles (7 km)The scenery surrounding this large reservoir near Llanidloes is truly wonderful. This walk takes you along the western side of the reservoir along the Glyndwr's Way long distance footpath. You start at the car park at south western end of the water with views of the Afon Clywedog. You then head past the spectacular dam which is the tallest concrete dam in the UK, with a height of 72 metres and a length of 230 metres. The walk continues to the north western edge of the reservoir with a mixture of lakeside sections and woodland trails. It's a splendid area for bird watching too. Look out for red kites, buzzards and ravens on your walk. View Full Details>>
Llyn Cwm Bychan1 miles (2 km)Enjoy a short walk or cycle along this pretty lake in the Rhinogs. The lake is one of the sources of the River Artro which flows south westwards through Llanbedr and onwards to the sea. View Full Details>>
Llyn Llech Owain2 miles (2.5 km)Enjoy waterside paths and woodland trails in this 158-acrecountry park in Carmarthenshire View Full Details>>
Llys y Fran Reservoir Country Park6 miles (9 km)This 350 acre country park contains a beautiful 212 acre reservoir with a waterside cycling and walking path View Full Details>>
Lon Eifion11 miles (18 km)This splendid cycling and walking trail runs along a disused railway path from Caernarfon to Bryncir on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. It's a good surfaced traffic free path making it ideal for a safe family cycle or a leisurely walk. There are lovely views of the surrounding Welsh Countryside and mountains such as Yr Eifl (or the Rivals) and Snowdon. The route runs alongside the Welsh Highland Railwayso you should also see some wonderful steam trains as you go. View Full Details>>
Ludlow to Shrewsbury51 miles (82 km)This challenging ride takes you through the Shropshire countryside and along the Welsh - English border with splendid views of the Shropshire Hills AONB for most of the ride. View Full Details>>
Machynlleth to Llanidloes25 miles (40 km)Follow National Cycle route 8 from Machynlleth to Llanidloes and enjoy some splendid scenery. View Full Details>>
Margam Country Park3 miles (5 km) This large country park includes the magnificent Margam Castle, an 18th Century Orangery with ornamental gardens and a Deer Park, all set within1000 acres of beautiful countryside. View Full Details>>
Mawddach Trail9 miles (14 km)This splendid cycling and walking trail takes you along the old Ruabon to Barmouth railway line on excellent paths. The route runs for about 9 miles from the coastal town of Barmouth to Dolgellau, through the Snowdonia National Park. You start by crossing the Barmouth Bridge over the lovely River Mawddachestuary on the coast ofCardigan Bay. The route then runs right alongside the estuary to Penmaenpool Bridge where you can stop for some riverside refreshments. The final stretch continues along the river to the historic town of Dolgellau. It's a beautiful trail with lots of bird watching opportunities around the estuary. The nearby Cadair Idris makes for a wonderful backdrop for the whole of the route. It's also a very flat trail so it's perfect for people of all abilities. View Full Details>>
Merthyr Tydfil to Brecon25 miles (40 km)This spectacular ride follows National Cycle route 8 through the Brecon Beacons National Park. The scenery is truly stunning as you follow a series of traffic free paths and the Taff trail through this beautiful region. View Full Details>>
Millennium Coastal Park Llanelli14 miles (22 km)This fabulous country park in Carmarthenshire has miles of coastal cycling and walking paths to enjoy. You can follow National Cycle Route 4 along a super traffic free path which passes along the beautiful Loughor estuary and the Gower peninsula. The route takes you past Llanelli beach and Tywyn beach to Burry Port where you will find a pretty harbour, beach and the newest marina in Wales. You then head back east passing Sandy Water Park and Machynys beach before coming to the National Wetlands Centre where you can look out for a variety of birdlife. Look out for flocks of dunlin, ringed plover, sanderling and redshank along the coast whilst shelduck, oystercatcher and curlew can be seen further out on the mudflats. View Full Details>>
Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal37 miles (60 km)Follow the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal from Brecon to Newport on this super waterside walking and cycling route. Walkers can enjoy the whole route along canal towpaths while cyclists can follow National Cycle Network routes 4, 47 and 49 from Newport to Pontypool. The cycle path is wide and well surfaced so it's a lovely, safe ride. The cycle section runs for about 12 miles. View Full Details>>
Montgomery Canal35 miles (56 km)Enjoy easy waterside cycling and walking along the Montgomery Canal through Powys and Shropshire. The whole of the route can be walked while cyclists can enjoy the section from Newtown to Welshpool along National Cycle Network route 81. It's a great ride and suitable for families and people of all abilities. View Full Details>>
Mynydd Du Forest8 miles (13 km)This large area of woodland in the Black Mountains has miles of forest tracks suitable for walking and mountain biking. The waters of the Grwyne Fawr run through the woods so there is the option of a waterside walk to the nearby Grwyne Fawr Reservoir along the river. You can start your exercise from the Mynydd Du car park at the northern end of the woods, a few miles west of Llanthony. It's situated in a nice spot at the end of a country lane just next to the river. From here you can pick up the forest trails through the western side of the woods before crossing the river at Pont Cadgwan and returning on the eastern side of the river. There's lots of attractive trees and plants and some steep climbs with great views of the surrounding hills. The riverside sections are lovely too with lots of pretty waterfalls to enjoy. View Full Details>>
Nant Y Arian3 miles (4.5 km)This large forest near Aberystwyth has a series of good mountain bike trails and miles of good footpaths for walkers. View Full Details>>
Neath Canal3 miles (5 km)This section of the Neath Canal makes for a lovely waterside cycle or walk. It runs along the National Cycle Network route from the parking area at Craig Nedd, Resolven to Glynneath. You'll pass pretty locks and bridges with views of the River Neath along the way. View Full Details>>
Newborough Forest8 miles (13 km)Explore this fabulous coastal forest in Anglesey on this cycling and walking route in Wales. There are miles of trails through the peaceful woodland leading you to the stunning Llanddwyn Bay and Newborough WarrenNature Reserve. This large dune, mudflat, saltmarsh and beach system attracts a large lumber of coastal birds including oystercatchers, lapwings, curlew, skylarks and meadow pipits. View Full Details>>
Newport to Abergavenny28 miles (45 km)Follow National Cycle routes 47, 49, 492 and 46 from Newport to Abergavenny. View Full Details>>
Newport to Caerphilly17 miles (28 km)This ride follows NCN routes 47 and 8 from Newport to Caerphilly View Full Details>>
Newport to Chepstow31 miles (50 km)Follow National Cycle routes 47 and 4 from Newport to Chepstow on this fairly flat and pleasant route. View Full Details>>
Newport to Pontypridd25 miles (40 km)This ride follows NCN routes 47 and 8 from Newport to Pontypridd View Full Details>>
Newport Wetlands2 miles (4 km)This circular walk takes you around the beautiful Gwent Levels near Newport. The reserve covers 1,080 acres of the Caldicot Levels attracting a wide variety of wildlife. These include Cetti's warblers, Bearded Tits, Little Egrets and Little Grebes. View Full Details>>
Newtown to Llanidloes16 miles (25 km)Follow NCN route 81 on this pleasant route through Powys View Full Details>>
Parc Bryn Bach2 miles (3.5 km)Enjoy waterside cycling and walking in this lovely country park in Tredegar View Full Details>>
Parc Cwm Darran3 miles (5 km)This cycling and walking route takes you along an abandoned rail track and under a number of historic bridges used to transport coal from nearby collieries dotted around the surrounding countryside. You then head through the delightful Parc Cwm Darran. This country park was built on the site of the former Ogilvie Colliery. It features one of Wales' last remaining Powder Stores and an interactive learning centre which tells the story of the area's great industrial past. In the park you will find peaceful woodland trails, lakeside paths and sunny wildflower meadows in the Cwmllwydrew Meadows Local Nature Reserve. At the end of your exercise you can refresh yourself in the Lakeside Coffee Shop. View Full Details>>
Parc Penallta4 miles (6 km)Explore three way-marked trails in this country park created on a former colliery site. There's a delightful wetlands area with boardwalks, peaceful woodland trails, pretty lakes and open grassland. You can climb the High Point Observatory for spectacular views across the county and admire the park's sculptures which include the 'Sultan' pit pony - one of the UK’s largest figurative earth sculptures. View Full Details>>
Pembrey Country Park7 miles (12 km)With stunning views of the Gower Peninsula and Carmarthen Bay this coastal country park is one of the most popular in the UK. It is perfect for a long cycle or walk with numerous well laid trails, National Cycle Network route 4 and St Illtyd's Walk all running through the park and the adjacent Pembrey Forest. View Full Details>>
Pembroke to Haverfordwest15 miles (24 km)This cycle ride follows National Cycle route 4 between these two Pembrokeshire towns. View Full Details>>
Pembroke to St Davids34 miles (55 km)This cycle ride follows National Cycle route 4 between these two Pembrokeshire towns. View Full Details>>
Penrhos Coastal Park2 miles (3.5 km)This lovely coastal park consists of woodland trails and nice coastal views. The area is a country park and nature reserve with waymarked nature trails and lots of wildlife to look out for. Highlights are the residentred squirrels, badgers and various wildfowl around the two large ponds. You can also enjoy a stroll to Penrhos beach. Here you can enjoy splendid views across the bay and study some interesting rock formations. View Full Details>>
Pontypridd to Merthyr Tydfil14 miles (23 km)Follow the Taff trail and National Cycle route 8 on this short pleasant route. The route mainly follows the trackbed of a disused railway line along the River Taff, making for a fairly easy traffic free ride. It's also very accessible with several train stations running along the course of the route. View Full Details>>
Porthkerry Country Park4 miles (6.5 km)Explore 220 acres of woodland, meadows and coast in this super country park near Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan. The route starts at the car park on the coast and takes you along the pretty pebble beach before turning inland into the woodland on nature trails. You will pass through the pretty grassland with its wildflower meadow and calming stream. You will also pass Viaduct wood with super views of the impressive Porthkerry Viaduct. The route below is designed for walkers but a nice easy cycle track runs through the centre of the park just up from the coast. It makes for a nice, safe ride for families. View Full Details>>
Porthmadog to Barmouth24 miles (38 km)Follow NCN route 8 on this lovely coastal ride that passes through the breathtaking View Full Details>>
Radnor Forest Ride62 miles (100 km)A shared walking and cycle path that runs from Llanfair Waterdine on the English-Welsh border to the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre. View Full Details>>
Rhyl to Llandudno17 miles (27 km)Follow National Cycle route 5 along the beautiful North Wales coast on this nice easy ride. View Full Details>>
Shrewsbury to Welshpool28 miles (45 km)Follow NCN route 81 on this challenging route which takes you from Shropshire and over the border into Wales View Full Details>>
Sirhowy Valley Country Park2 miles (4 km)Explore 1000 acres of woodland and meadows in this beautiful country park in Risca. You can follow the waterside path along the Sirhowy River and climb to Graig Goch Woods for wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. View Full Details>>
Swansea Canal4 miles (5.7 km)Enjoy an easy waterside cycle or walk along the Swansea Canal and River Tawe View Full Details>>
Swansea to Bridgend30 miles (48 km)Follow National Cycle route 4 on this lovely ride which has splendid views of the South Wales coast and a fantastic stretch through Margam Country Park. View Full Details>>
Swansea to Carmarthen43 miles (70 km)Follow National Cycle route 4 from Swansea to Carmathen with wonderful coastal views of the beautiful Gower Peninsula and several long traffic free sections to enjoy. View Full Details>>
Swansea to Llanelli19 miles (30 km)Follow National Cycle route 4 from Swansea to Llanelli with wonderful coastal views of the beautiful Gower Peninsula and several long traffic free sections to enjoy. View Full Details>>
Swansea to Pontypridd42 miles (68 km)Travel through the beautiful Rhondda Valley along National Cycle route 47 and enjoy fabulous views of the Brecon Beacons. View Full Details>>
Swansea to Port Talbot12 miles (20 km)Follow NCN route 4 on this easy ride along the South Wales coast View Full Details>>
Taf Fechan Forest6 miles (9 km)Enjoy a series of beautiful waterfalls and delightful woodland trails on this walk in the Brecon Beacons National Park. View Full Details>>
Taff Trail55 miles (88 km)Follow the River Taff, from Cardiff to Brecon, on this fantastic waterside cycling and walking route. View Full Details>>
Talybont Reservoir6 miles (10 km)This circular cycling and walking route takes you around the lovely Talybont Reservoir in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The route makes use of National Cycle Route 8 and the Taff Trail to take you around the 318 acres (1.29km2) reservoir. View Full Details>>
Tenby to Pembroke15 miles (24 km)Follow National Cycle route 4 on this pleasant cycle route through Pembrokeshire. View Full Details>>
Upper Ceiriog Trail14 miles (22 km)This is a circular cycling or walking trail through the countryside around Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog near Wrexham View Full Details>>
Usk Reservoir5 miles (8 km)Follow the circular cycling and walking trail around the beautiful Usk Reservoir on this route in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The route begins at the car park next to the dam at the eastern end of the reservoir. It follows good compacted-stone forestry tracks and tarmac roads alongside the waters edge and through the surrounding woodland of the Glasfynydd Forest. There are also splendid views of the surrounding countryside and mountains. Look out for wildlife around the reservoir including Red Kites. View Full Details>>
Welshpool to Newtown19 miles (30 km)Travel through Powys along National Cycle route 81 on this pretty ride. View Full Details>>

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Chester to Beaumaris93 miles (150 km)**

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