Walking in Wales
When it comes to walking holidays in Wales, often the Brecon Beacons or Snowdonia National Parks pop into walkers’ minds. However, walking in Mid Wales offers routes for all, from family walks to hiking tours for seasoned ramblers.
The popular Wye Valley walk, Offa’s Dyke and Glyndwr’s Way are just the beginning. Walks in Rhayader and Elan Valley give you miles of pristine Welsh countryside, Victorian Dams and hours of adventures. We’re proud to share our Mid Wales hiking routes, and of course, our luxury accommodation in Rhayader – perfect for short breaks and holidays in Wales’ Cambrian Mountains.
We’ll be adding route maps for you to download and start exploring the peaceful and inspiring walks in Rhayader and the Elan Valley:
Discover the meeting of two pristine rivers; the Elan and Wye. Experience our peaceful Mid Wales countryside. Journey along quiet country lanes,a short section of farm track, over a wibbly-wobbly bridge and back along an old railway. Using minor roads and bridleways, this route includes sections of the Wye Valley Walk and Sustrans Cycle Routes 8 and 81.