A circular walk from Pensford in the picturesque Chew Valley with pastoral views, returning via Lords Wood.
A stroll around the Avon Valley visiting some lesser known green spaces and finishing with a climb up Troopers Hill.
Following the Beacons Way to Cwmdu, Bwlch, returning via the Usk Valley Walk back to Crickhowell Bridge.
From Mells, a pretty walk to Nunney for a picnic lunch and pub stop, returning by different route.
A circular walk in Hartcliffe which follows uphill and along valleys in the footsteps of giants both of legend and history.
Count wildflowers and hunt bugs as we walk the old railway line, finishing at Mangotsfield station where you are welcome to stay on for a picnic - bring your own food and rug.
An easy history walk from Parchey Bridge exploring the site of the battle of Sedgemoor in 1685.
This strenuous countryside walk north of Cardiff includes the 'fairy tale' Castle Coch and a pub stop.
Meander through meadows, wander along the majestic gorge then back up through the goat-browsed Gully to Seawalls.
A strenuous circuit in the Brendon Hills, covering picturesque countryside, coastal views and elements of industrial archaeology.