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Discover great outdoor activity ideas and detailed routes to follow around the UK for all types of adventurers.
The Elan Valley in Wales is fast becoming a mecca for gravel and mountain biking. This scenic 57-mile circular route is split between two days, making the perfect bikepacking adventure.
Follow this medium difficulty walking route up Moel Siabod in Snowdonia with brilliant views from the summit
OS Champion Tracy Purnell takes us on a half day circular walk across Llyn y Fan Fach and Llyn y Fan Fawr in the Brecon Beacons National Park (Bannau Brycheiniog).
The Dragons Back walk starts in the small village of Pengenffordd within the Brecon Beacons (Bannau Brycheiniog) National Park. It boasts fantastic views of the surrounding country side and the beautiful Black Mountains.
Where else can you go where you can bag 3 of the huge Welsh 3,000 foot peaks, visit places called The Canon, Cantilever Stone, Devils Kitchen or the magnificently titled Castle of the Wind, enjoy an ending worthy of any Hollywood blockbuster and all this and never be further than 1.5 miles away from the car park.
Llyn Brianne is a spectacular reservoir nestled in the Doethie Valley, Mid Wales surround by the beautiful Tywi Forest. It was named after a stream Nant y Bryniau, which in English translates stream in the hills. This picturesque body of water is the head of the River Tywi.
Glamorgan Heritage Coast stretches for 14 miles along the South Wales coast. Starting at Ogmore by Sea, to St Athan in the east, following the Wales coastal path.
Crossing the Black Mountains, starting at Pandy and moving on to Hay-on-Wye, the route has incredible views and a line of trig points ending in one decorated with a Welsh dragon.
Tackling one of Wales' 15 big peaks with views across Snowdonia, Anglesey and Liverpool Bay from the Foel Fras trig pillar.
Get the sense of adventure and solitude and see many aspects of Snowdon across the day. You’ll see amazing waterfalls, rocks, old settlements, ridge lines and of course, the famous summit trig pillar!
A serious challenge, trig 642 is, despite its modest height, quite possibly one of the most demanding trig pillars to bag, if you stay true to the way it would be reached if you were on Special Forces 'Selection'.
A circular walk to Bryn Euryn where you'll climb through woodland and discover the impressions in the grass of an Iron Age hill fort and bag a trig pillar.