Minimum numbers and day of activity apply.
Wales is a unique and beautiful landscape famed for its mountains and rolling hills. It also boasts the world’s first continuous coastal path around its perimeter for 870 miles of breath taking scenery.
Its time to put your walking boots on!
Allow us to help you experience some of the most fantastic hiking and hill walking areas of South Wales. Gower peninsula and the Brecon Beacons are some of our favoured playgrounds and we are able to facilitate guided walks and transportation and accommodation options for walkers.
Can I do it?
Hiking is suitable for most people and we can cater sessions to match people’s abilities and levels of experience. Our instructors hold national governing body qualifications and are first aid qualified to ensure participants safety and enjoyment.
What do I need to bring?
- Tracksuit type bottoms
- Warm top (long sleeve)
- Trainers or boots
- Waterproof jacket
- Medications eg. sunscreen, asthma pump
- Packed lunch (dependent on plans for the day)
- Weather appropriate clothing
- Daypack or rucksack
- All first aid kit and equipment
- Maps and compasses
- Hill and mountain leaders
- Minibus drivers
Can I have more than one session?
Yes, you could book a block of 4 sessions which will allow you to experience a range of routes and take part in leading some of your final sessions (the price per lesson drops to £40 when booking 4 lessons).
This post is also available in: Cymraeg (Welsh)