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The best places to go walking in Wales

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Are you planning your holiday to Wales? Good for you. It is one of the best spots to visit in all of England. The area is home to some of the nature's finest beauty. You will honestly be surprised at how breathtaking everything is. To help ensure you get the most out of Wale's beauty, consider the following:

1. Pack the right clothing and shoes for walking.
2. Make sure you know where you want to walk to so you can experience the full breadth of Wale's beauty.

Packing the right shoes and clothing is essential. You want to make sure that if it is hot you have a hat to shield you from the sun so you do not get burned. And, if you walk at night, you will want a jacket so you do not get cold. Also, remember that the right shoes are critical, because you do not want your feet to start to hurt on your relaxing holiday.

Once, you pack properly you can determine where to walk in Wales. There are so many great areas that you may have to narrow it down. Also, some areas may have the option of guided walking tours. That might be something you want to try. You also have the choice of doing a long distance walk. Whatever option you choose, walking allows you to distress in the great outdoors. It gives most people a sense of peace and tranquility. Try it.

Guided Walks

If you prefer to walk with a group and a guide, this might be a good option for you. There is strength in numbers and camaraderie. Also, you get the expertise of a guide. The guide might be able to point out things you might not have noticed otherwise. Here are walking groups in Wales that you might want to check into:

• Anglesey Walking Holidays
• High Plains Drifters
• Ceirog
• Dragon Trails
• Edge of Wales Walk
• Greenways Holidays
• High Trek Snowdonia
• Hillscape
• Plas-y-Brenin
• Plas Tan y Bwwlch
• Pembrokeshire Footsteps
• Walk Carmerthenshire
• Walking Snowdonia
• Snowdonia Guides
• Dryad Bushcraft
• Wild Track Walks
• Walk on the Wildside
• Walking North Wales
• Drover Holiday
• Explore Heart of Wales
• Walk Eryri
• Clwydian Walking Holidays

Walking Areas

There are a lot of areas in Wales that are great to walk through in a group or alone. You do not need a guide, just shoes. For some people, they prefer exploring on their own, and they are more apt to look into these areas rather than join a guided tour. Here are some great places to see on your own:

• Isle of Anglesey
• North Wales Coast
• Snowdonia
• North Wales Borderlands
• Cerdigion
• Mid Wales
• Pembrokershire
• Swansea Bay, Mumbles & Gower
• The Welsh Valleys
• Wye Valley and Vale of Usk
• Glamorgan



English Cymraeg / Welsh

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