Whether you're taking a stroll along winding riverbanks or through wooded paths, Wales is home to some of the most superb scenery in the UK.
4. The Wye Valley, Chepstow
A picture-perfect walk to awaken your senses. Start the walk at Chepstow Castle, heading through orchards, meadows, mountains and woodland, and you will soon see why the Wye Valley gave inspiration to Wordsworth's poetry.
3. Brecon Canal
The Brecon Canal offers something different throughout the year. In Autumn you’ll be enchanted by the vivid red and gold leaves reflecting in the still waters of the canal. In Spring, you’ll notice how the trees and wildflowers growing along the path make it a haven for butterflies and birds.
A relatively easy, peaceful walk, it can be taken in small sections depending on the amount of time you have.
2. Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire
A relaxed stroll through Pont Felin Gat can be completed in around an hour and a half.
Here you will see the National Botanic Gardens and a breathtaking waterfall, as well as ancient woodland flowers.
1. Usk Valley, Brecon Beacons
Home to the longest flowing river in Wales, the Usk Valley is a haven for experienced and novice walkers alike.
Begin your journey at the source of the River Usk on Fan Foel in the Brecon Beacons National Park and follow the towpath of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal as it passes the Black Mountains and the interior uplands.