Discover Wales

Famous for its verdant valleys, and rolling hills, Wales is also home to stretches of untouched coastline and enchanting woodlands more than worthy of the poems of Dylan Thomas.
Whether you’re looking to dust off your walking boots for an easy-intermediate ramble through pure nature or are looking to challenge yourself to unbeatable views atop the mountains of Snowdonia, Wales has plenty to offer.
A first of its kind, the Wales Coast Path runs almost the entire length of the Welsh coastline. Completed in 2012, it stretches over 870 miles along dramatic white cliffs, by sandy beaches you would never have imagined could exist in the UK, and through no fewer than 11 protected nature reserves.
Further inland, a vast network of nature trails lead us across moorlands, through indigenous forests, over babbling brooks, and to cascading waterfalls.
Wales is truly an outstanding country. For the outdoor adventurer, it’s an absolute must to visit and explore. Get in contact to find out more about our guided walk, bespoke trails, holidays and start your own unique adventure.
Sunset over the old Dolmen
View from the Llanberis Path, Snowdonia, looking northeast at Garnedd Ugain, Glaslyn, Llyn Llydaw and Mount Snowdon


In the hands of our expert guides, you can allow yourself to get lost in nature or, if you’d prefer, sign up to one of our skills courses and learn some hillwalking and mountaineering skills for yourself.
Panoramic landscape of Snowdonia National Park
Full of history, Snowdonia National Park is the oldest and largest of the 3 national parks in Wales with 1,479 miles of public footpaths. With so much to see it can be daunting to know where to start. Whatsmore, Snowdonia’s outstanding natural beauty attracts 3.67 million tourists annually.
While that’s a testament to its alluring appeal, it also means you might not get the secluded experience you had hoped for. We offer bespoke trails so that you get exactly what you want from your walking holiday. On our guided mountain walks, you are ensured a truly unique experience. We want you to be just as enamoured with the area as we are, so our skilled guides can take you off the beaten track to explore some of the lesser-known treasures and sights that Snowdonia has to offer, of which there are many.
Our guided walks will also allow you to appreciate Wales’s rich history and incredible wildlife on another level. Ancient ruins and castles have their own tales to tell, the old villages and hamlets nestled in the Welsh valleys are every bit as picturesque as you’d imagine. Lucky hikers might catch a glimpse of Whales’ otters, polecats and even feral goats!
Aerial view of Dolbadarn Castle at Llanberis in Snowdonia National Park in Wales

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