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Guided Walks

Full day guided walks with Pick Ups available from Cardiff and South Wales locations

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Weekends and sometimes a tad longer mini breaks and hiking trips in Wales

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Guided Tours

Our business providing car based sightseeing day long, 3 and 6 night tours of Wales

Welcome to Wales Outdoors, the home of the Brecon Beacons Waterfall Walk and Guided Hike Wales. Our professionally guided walks include the Waterfalls Walk Brecon Beacons and also Hike Snowdon. Our Snowdon Mountain Hike and the Six Waterfalls Walk are offered weekly. Furthermore, we also programme in Pen y Fan and our Wye Valley Wander are and more… These are your micro adventures. Join your Waterfall Walk Brecon Beacons or Hike Snowdon guided walk Wales or any other Hikes in Wales by booking now! No car? Additionally, Guided Walk Cardiff is a service we offer so we’ll pick you up from central Cardiff! But, that’s not all! You’re not in Cardiff you say? We’ll also pick you up from this plethora of South Wales locations!

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The Wales Outdoors Team are entertaining and engaging. But, you add to the mix to make a fine day out in rural Wales. Furthermore, we are Guided Hike Wales educators and entertainers and mostly all-round good eggs. Furthermore Wales Outdoors walks are mostly in South Wales and the Brecon Beacons although we regularly Hike Snowdon. Additionally, we can tailor make any walk for your group or family. Indeed, choose the Waterfall Walk Brecon Beacons or Hike Snowdon as your top picks.

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Top Days – The Brecon Beacons Waterfall Walk & Hike Snowdon

Beginning Guided Walk Wales in 1995 Wales Outdoors are masters of quality Guided Hike Wales days out on the hill because all walks are delivered to suit the client. Our local knowledge ensures a friendly reception at cafes or out of the way shops that we might meet along the way.

Wales Outdoors picks up from Cardiff for the iconic Brecon Beacons Waterfall Walk and our own take on an ascent of Pen y Fan, the highest mountain in Southern Britain. We deliver a range of other South Wales hikes as well as the ever popular Snowdon mountain hike, but that’s not all! Regularly delivering random weekends away, because we just love doing so. If you want a night under canvas we also have a programme of beginner backpacking trips of one, two and five night duration. Book your Waterfalls Walk Brecon Beacons or any other of our hikes in Wales events now!

The Waterfall Walk Brecon Beacons takes us to six named waterfalls and plenty more to boot. Waterfalls Walk Brecon Beacons is stunning and additionally never fails to WOW! Moreover, our Hikes in Wales or Guided Walk Wales include Snowdon Mountain Hike, Pen y Fan and The Wye Valley. Additionally Guided Walk Cardiff starts and finishes in the Capital. Furthermore, we’ll pick you up (and return you) from South Wales, all part of our Guided Walk Cardiff service.

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A Tranquil Trek: Exploring the Welsh Countryside and Mountains

Wales, a country known for its rugged landscapes and ancient history, offers a haven for outdoor enthusiasts seeking the perfect blend of countryside charm and mountain majesty. From the rolling hills of South Wales to the iconic peaks of the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia, the Welsh countryside beckons tourists to embark on unforgettable walking adventures. In this guide, we’ll delve into the wonders of exploring South Wales, the Brecon Beacons, and Snowdonia, providing insights into the breathtaking scenery and the unique experiences that await avid walkers.

  1. South Wales: A Tapestry of Tranquility

Beginning our journey in the southern part of Wales, visitors are treated to a tapestry of tranquility, where lush green valleys and charming villages coexist. The Wye Valley, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offers a picturesque setting for leisurely strolls along the riverbanks. Tintern Abbey, a Gothic masterpiece nestled in this valley, adds a touch of history to the scenic surroundings.

For those seeking a more challenging hike, the Black Mountains provide a rugged terrain with panoramic views. The Offa’s Dyke Path, which runs along the border between England and Wales, offers hikers the opportunity to traverse ancient landscapes while enjoying sweeping vistas.

  1. Brecon Beacons: Peaks and Pastoral Bliss

Venturing into the heart of Wales, the Brecon Beacons National Park presents a landscape defined by rolling hills, open moorland, and majestic peaks. Pen y Fan, the highest summit in southern Britain, is a favorite among hikers. The ascent rewards adventurers with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.

The Brecon Beacons also boast an extensive network of walking trails suitable for various skill levels. The Four Falls Trail, for example, takes hikers on a mesmerizing journey past four stunning waterfalls, each with its own unique character. Exploring the park’s charming market towns like Brecon and Crickhowell provides opportunities to experience the warm hospitality of the locals.

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  1. Snowdonia: Majestic Peaks and Lakeside Serenity

In the north of Wales, Snowdonia National Park stands as a testament to the country’s raw and untamed beauty. Home to the highest peak in Wales, Mount Snowdon, this region offers a challenge for seasoned mountaineers and a scenic railway for those seeking a more relaxed ascent.

For a peaceful stroll, the lakeside paths around Llyn Tegid (Bala Lake) provide a serene escape. The picturesque town of Betws-y-Coed, known as the “Gateway to Snowdonia,” offers a charming base for exploration, surrounded by dense woodlands and cascading waterfalls.

  1. Practical Tips for Exploring Welsh Countryside and Mountains

  • Weather Preparedness: Wales’ weather can be unpredictable, so pack waterproof clothing and be prepared for changes in conditions.
  • Footwear: Sturdy, comfortable hiking boots are essential, especially for more challenging terrains.
  • Maps and Navigation: Carry detailed maps and a compass, especially when venturing into remote areas without a mountain guide.
  • Respect Nature: Follow the “Leave No Trace” principles and respect local flora and fauna.
  • Local Cuisine: Sample traditional Welsh dishes in local pubs and eateries for an authentic experience.


Welsh countryside and mountain walking offer a rich tapestry of experiences for tourists seeking a harmonious blend of nature, history, and adventure. From the tranquil landscapes of South Wales to the rugged beauty of the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia, each region tells its own captivating story. Lace up your hiking boots, breathe in the fresh mountain air, and immerse yourself in the enchanting wonders that Wales has to offer.

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