Wild Mountains and Seascapes of Wales
Active adventure exploring the mountains and seascapes of Wales.
Whether you are young or young at heart, Wales’s mountain and coastal scenery offers an inspiring backdrop for real adventure. Hike through the Brecon Beacons National Park and its wild landscape of high mountain grasslands and heather plateaus. Get wet and wild discovering the seascapes of Pembrokeshire on the water whilst coasteering and sea kayaking along its beautiful rocky coast. Walk its iconic coastal path that draws visitors from all over the world. Explore the rolling mountains and jagged peaks of Snowdonia National Park. Climb Snowdon its highest peak, or be thrilled by the white water through steep sided ravines and world class mountain biking trails.
At a glance
- An active adventure tailored for you exploring the mountains and seascapes of Wales
- Hike or bike through the rolling mountains of the Brecon Beacons, its stunning coastal paths and the jagged peaks of Snowdonia
- Scramble and paddle along the spectacular Pembrokeshire coastline
- Stay in laid back country inns and the most fabulous country house hotels
- Taste delicious food that showcases regional dish specialties and the best local ingredients
Day 1 & 2
Wye Valley & Brecon Beacons
We head up the beautiful Wye Valley deep into the Brecon Beacons National Park for your first taste of the great Welsh outdoors. This wild landscape of high grasslands, heather plateaus and fast flowing rivers are filled with a wonderful selection of activities to suit everybody. Explore its many peaks and its impressive northern rim with glacier-worn hollows, glacial lakes, rushing streams and spectacular waterfalls. With four mountain ranges within the park including the highest peak in South Wales, Pen-y-Fan there are fabulous variety of hillwalking and mountain biking trail opportunities. The Sugar Loaf is an easier climb with a spectacular panorama from its grassy peak. Take the opportunity to explore the beauty of the subterranean world beneath your feet, formed over three million years ago. The Brecon Beacons National Park are riddled with extraordinary caverns, pot holes and passages.
A cosy Country Inn with a laid-back style all of its own, offering the warmest of Welsh hospitality. Unwind after your exertions of the day with your feet up in front of a crackling log fire sipping on a pint of Wye Valley HPA ale, or a Brecon gin and tonic. Their kitchen produces perfectly...
Day 3, 4 & 5
Pembrokeshire is world renowned for its breath-taking seascapes along its 186 miles of iconic coastal path. Explore its undulating cliff tops wrapped in unspoilt grass and heathland, soft sandy beaches and pretty harbour villages. The ancient 8 mile trek along the top of the rugged Preseli hills dotted with prehistoric sites, is also hugely rewarding with panoramic views across Pembrokeshire and the coastline. Discover coasteering which explores sea caves, coves and cliffs whilst scrambling, climbing, swimming and cliff jumping along the rugged coastline. Paddle out into turquoise-blue water in a sea kayak to find rocky pinnacles, rugged arches and secluded beaches to picnic. Pembrokeshire coastline and its islands are a birdwatcher’s paradise with rare seabird colonies nesting on seemingly impossible cliff ledges. Also look out for grey seals, dolphins, porpoises and basking sharks which are all found in these spectacular coastal waters.
This charming Georgian Coaching Inn in the seaside chic town of Newport is a place to kick off your boots and enjoy the informal atmosphere that owners Ed and Louise have created. The restaurant has established a well-earned reputation over many years, as one of the best in Wales. Try the Newport bay crab and...
This charming Georgian Coaching Inn in the seaside chic town of Newport is a place to kick off your boots and enjoy the informal atmosphere that owners Ed and Louise have created. The restaurant has established a well-earned reputation over many years, as one of the best in Wales. Try the Newport bay crab and…
Day 6 & 7
Snowdonia National Park
The rugged mountains of Snowdonia is the adventure capital of Wales with every outdoor pursuit imaginable. Walk to the top of Yr Wyddfa - Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales and England, and be rewarded with an extraordinary panorama. Make the pilgrimage to Coed-y-Brenin, an off-road mountain biking mecca, which provides gentle family trails to black trail rollercoasters. These mountains are cut with steep ravines and river valleys perfect for gorge scrambling, canyoning adventures, or fast and exhilarating white water rapids for rafting. Make time to properly explore the rich culture and heritage of this region, with the mighty castle fortresses at Caernarfon, Harlech and Conwy, being amongst the most impressive in the UK. Fall for the eccentricities and architectural whimsy of Portmeirion and the Welsh seaside at Barmouth, on the entrance to the beautiful Mawddach Estuary.
This delightful Georgian country house stands in its own secluded grounds, perfectly located on the wild Llŷn Peninsula to enjoy everything this spectacular region has to offer. Plas Bodegroes has a long established reputation for offering one of the most desirable restaurant with rooms in Wales. Its pretty Victorian veranda is covered in climbing flowers...
This delightful Georgian country house stands in its own secluded grounds, perfectly located on the wild Llŷn Peninsula to enjoy everything this spectacular region has to offer. Plas Bodegroes has a long established reputation for offering one of the most desirable restaurant with rooms in Wales. Its pretty Victorian veranda is covered in climbing flowers…
All of our itineraries are designed around you, so please remember that this is just a suggestion which can be tailored into something completely bespoke to you and your preferences.
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