The Best Easter Trails In Wales

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The Welsh way of saying ‘Happy Easter’ is Pasg Hapus.

It’s seen as a Welsh tradition to hike up the mountain on Easter Monday to watch the sunrise and celebrate.

Here are some of the best hikes that you can go on in Wales over the Easter Holidays.

  • Pen y Fan Horseshoe (10 miles). This is a challenging circular mountain walk that takes you into the heart of Bannau Brycheiniog (Brecon Beacons) where you can experience spectacular views.
  • Bishopston Valley Walk (4 miles). This covers Rhossili Bay and the South Coast of Swansea. You will discover caves, woodland, and underground rivers.
  • Craig Gwladys Walk (4 miles). This gives views of the Neath Valley via Aberdulais and Cadoxton; villages that both have mining heritage.
  • Dinas Island Circular Walk (3 miles). Explore the Pembrokeshire Coastal path with memorable views of Cardigan Bay and sites of shipwrecks.
  • Plas Newydd (1 mile). An easy trail accompanied with a tree-house and adventure playground ideal for the whole family which is situated amongst the picturesque Menai Strait.
  • Erddig Big Wood Trail (1 mile). A gentle stroll in the Wrexham woodland where you can discover the ancient remains of Norman Motte and Bailey Castle.
  • Cwm Idwal Walk (3 miles). A trail over glacial terrain with a lake steeped in Legend within the mountain range of North Snowdonia.

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You can find more walking routes via the National Trust.