Walks by samrad

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Walks by samrad

  • Preview of Llyn-y-fan Fach Mountain Lake Walk

    Llyn-y-fan Fach Mountain Lake Walk

    Llanddeusant, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    1hr 25m / 5.3km
    This walk takes you to where the lady of the lake is said to have entered the human world, married and returned in anger. A tough magic walk
    Parking Picnic spot Dog friendly Great views Hilly & steep
  • Preview of Black mountain walk

    Black mountain walk

    Upper Brynamman, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    1hr 15m / 3.1km
    Not to be confused with the black mountains, this is a short walk around woods, hills and valley. We followed a route from the Council site
    Parking Picnic spot Dog friendly Hilly & steep Water feature
  • Preview of Another place by Sir Antony Gormley

    Another place by Sir Antony Gormley

    Brighton-le-Sands, Merseyside

    by samrad

    by samrad

    25 minutes / 3.4km
    A walk through an art installation on the beach. Nearly 100 iron statues stand among the sands and invite you to view and contemplate them
    Parking Public toilets Dog friendly Great views Child friendly Water feature
  • Preview of Discover Twm Siôn Cati's Cave

    Discover Twm Siôn Cati's Cave

    Rhandirmwyn, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    1hr 35m / 2.8km
    Twm Siôn Cati was a roguish fellow and a bit like Robin Hood. This walk will take you around a nature reserve with a climb up to Twm's cave
    Parking Picnic spot Water feature
  • Preview of Discover Brechfa Forest

    Discover Brechfa Forest

    Brechfa, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    2 hours / 4.7km
    Very much the middle of nowhere, but a really nice walk particularly in winter when it’s quiet and too windy to head to the coast
    Parking Public toilets Picnic spot Dog friendly Great views Hilly & steep
  • Preview of Cwm Rhaedr Waterfall walk

    Cwm Rhaedr Waterfall walk

    Cilycwm, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    1hr 25m / 4km
    Said to be the tallest falls in wales. This is a moderate intensity walk and best done on a dry day
    Parking Picnic spot Great views Water feature
  • Preview of Carmel nature reserve and quarry

    Carmel nature reserve and quarry

    Llandybie, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    40 minutes / 1.2km
    An ancient woodland, medieval quarry and Britain’s only turlough- a seasonal lake.
    Parking Picnic spot Great views Hilly & steep Water feature
  • Preview of Abergorlech forest

    Abergorlech forest

    Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    1hr 35m / 4.8km
    A stunning walk along the river gorlech and through the woods
    Parking Picnic spot Great views Hilly & steep Water feature
  • Preview of Discover the Lumber Jill’s forest

    Discover the Lumber Jill’s forest

    Keepers Forest, Brechfa

    by samrad

    by samrad

    1hr 35m / 2.4km
    Created after WWII by 27 members of the women’s land army timber corps known as the Lumber Jills this isolated riverside walk stunning
    Parking Picnic spot Dog friendly Water feature
  • Preview of Pen Arthur woodlands and mountain

    Pen Arthur woodlands and mountain

    Llangadog, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    3 hours / 5.8km
    Near the town of Llangadog is this hidden woodland walk. Very isolated and peaceful, but quite a steep steady climb to the top -great views!
    Parking Picnic spot Great views Hilly & steep
  • Preview of Bosherston Lily Ponds Circular Walk

    Bosherston Lily Ponds Circular Walk

    Bosherston, Pembrokeshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    55 minutes / 4km
    Three flooded limestone valleys provide a walk down to Broadhaven beach. Enjoy any time of year, but the lillies flower in June.
    Parking Public toilets Dog friendly Great views Child friendly Water feature
  • Preview of Talley mountain walk

    Talley mountain walk

    Talley, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    1hr 50m / 3.8km
    A steep climb up to a circular mountain walk. Rated as ‘strenuous ‘ this offers some great views in return for the effort
    Picnic spot Great views Hilly & steep
  • Preview of Dinas Head Circular Walk

    Dinas Head Circular Walk

    Dinas Cross, Pembrokeshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    2hr 15m / 4.9km
    Technically an island, this walk will rise 466’ above sea level for some great views. You can walk either direction if you like
    Parking Public toilets Picnic spot Refreshments Hilly & steep Water feature
  • Preview of Llyn Lech Owain Country Park Walk

    Llyn Lech Owain Country Park Walk

    Gorslas, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    1hr 5m / 1.5km
    Although 158 acres of woods, this walk just takes you around the lake, but explore further if you can. Parking charges and set opening hours
    Parking Picnic spot Refreshments Wheel friendly Child friendly Water feature
  • Preview of Dinefwr Park Llandeilo

    Dinefwr Park Llandeilo

    Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    1hr 30m / 3.7km
    Quite pricey entry here (but worth it) but if you cut out the castle at the end and don’t visit the impressive house much of it is free.
    Parking Picnic spot Great views Hilly & steep Paid-for attraction
  • Preview of Llawhaden castle and walk

    Llawhaden castle and walk

    Llawhaden, Pembrokeshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    1hr 10m / 2.8km
    Most visitors to Llawhaden only go to the castle, but there is a nice circular walk through woods, streams and a peaceful church grounds
    Parking Picnic spot Great views Hilly & steep Water feature
  • Preview of Caio forest

    Caio forest

    Caio, Carmarthenshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    1hr 15m / 3.6km
    A.steep climb up a valley and a walk through woodlands. Probably one of the quietest most isolated walks in the area.
    Parking Picnic spot Dog friendly Hilly & steep
  • Preview of Llysyfran Reservoir

    Llysyfran Reservoir

    Llysyfran, Pembrokeshire

    by samrad

    by samrad

    2hr 20m / 5.7km
    A popular tourist destination, but with good reason. A good 10k but almost all flat. NOTE: closed for 2019 season for refurbishment NO acces
    Parking Public toilets Picnic spot Refreshments Dog friendly Great views

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