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Walking in Wales website breaks the country down into three areas – Long Distance National Trails, Walking areas  and regional routes. Each are unique and have something to offer to the hiker. Also included on this website are packaged holidays and guided walks.

There are three long distance national trails – a) Pembrokeshire  Coast – 186 miles, 10-15 days to hike, b) Offas Dyke  Path – 177 miles, 12 days to complete ,and Glyndwrs Way – 135 miles and 9 days to complete.   Some other national trails include Hadrian’s Wall – 135 kms, 7 days to complete,  Cleveland Way – 177 kms, 9 days to complete,  Pennine Way – 429 km – 16 days to complete,  Cotswold Way – 163 kms, 7 days to complete,  North Downs Way – 246 kms and 14 days to complete.  Below is a short video on Wales.
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