Places to visit
Find out about places to go in the outdoors including the woodlands and National Nature Reserves we manage, the Wales Coast Path and Wales’s three national trails.
Discover peaceful Clocaenog Forest or the many woodlands in the Clwydian Range of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Enjoy the cycle routes around the lakes in Hiraethog Forest or the horse riding trails in Dyfnant Forest.
Explore the sand dunes at Newborough, discover the spectacular summit of Cadair Idris, go mountain biking in Coed y Brenin or enjoy the many waymarked walks in Gwydyr Forest Park.
See the red kite feeding at Bwlch Nant yr Arian, take the boardwalk over Cors Caron, walk to the source of the River Severn or enjoy the dramatic walks and waterfalls in the historic Hafod Estate.
Try bird spotting at Newport Wetlands, get wet in Waterfall Country, go mountain biking at Afan or Cwmcarn or enjoy a family day out at Garwnant Visitor Centre
Take the family mountain biking through Brechfa Forest, visit the coastal reserves of Oxwich on the Gower and Stackpole in south Pembrokeshire or walk to a waterfall in remote woodlands near Llandovery.
Start your visit at a visitor centre and plan your day, or relax with refreshments at one of the onsite cafes.