Walking holidays in Wales
Wales (or Cymru, to use its proper Welsh name) is a land of mountains and myths, with a proud history and a rich culture that is distinct from the rest of the United Kingdom.
Our first walk here is a short break in southern Snowdonia based in the granite-grey town of Dolgellau, where the mountains are a rewarding climb while being more approachable than some of their neighbours further north. You’ll find spectacular views in all directions, and lush, green valleys scattered with stone farmhouses and centuries-old agricultural and industrial heritage.
In the borderlands of the Welsh Marches, our newest route follows parts of the 8th century embankment of Offa’s Dyke, criss-crossing the modern border, through pretty towns to the famous booklover’s paradise that is Hay-on-Wye.
The best walking on the Border Offa's Dyke, the 80 mile long earthwork for centuries marking the border between England and Wales, follows a route which makes best use of ...
Price: from £430 for 3 nights
Dolgellau: in the shadow of Cadair Idris Welcome to On Foot's Wales; all the drama and majesty of Southern Snowdonia's peaks combined with three or more nights in the historic town ...
Price: from £285 for 3 nights
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