Mid Wales

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

Sheltered picnic site with riverside walk

Red kite feeding, family fun and trails for walking, running and mountain biking

The ancient Kerry Ridgeway passes alongside Block Wood car park in Ceri Forest

Bridge over gorge leads to woodland with waterfall and huge hill fort

Small woodland with visitor facilities for everyone to enjoy

Accessible boardwalk over vast raised bog, cycle route and riverside walk

Discover a wildflower meadow, swampy woodlands and a dwarf forest

The starting point for many miles of waymarked horse riding trails on forest roads and old tracks

Waymarked trails for walking and mountain biking in remote woodland

Off-the-beaten track woodland with riverside picnic site and a walk with superb views

Encounter steam trains and slate heritage within a spectacular forest landscape.

Pleasant picnic site with tranquil woodland walks

One of Britain’s largest raised peat bogs

The stunning landscape of estuary, sea and mountain is home to a remarkable range of habitats

Carriage drivers can take a pleasure drive through Dyfnant Forest’s beautiful countryside

Horseriding trails through rolling hills and lush green valleys

Easy riverside stroll through woodland

Woodland walk with carpets of bluebells in spring

Riverside picnic area and peaceful woodland walks

Historic landscape with dramatic walks, waterfalls and views

Waterfall walks for all to enjoy

Walking trails on forest roads and old drovers tracks

Two short riverside walks and a grassy picnic area

Border country woodland between Wales and England

Woodland walk with views over the valley

Walks through huge beech trees with views over hills

Gateway to a spectacular waterfall and three walking trails