Wales is located southwest of Great Britain and is famous for its rugged landscapes, dotted by mountains, surrounded by sea. Hiking in Wales is a great way to discover its wilderness and culture. Compare and book a certified guide for your Hiking trip with Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our Hiking in Wales selection. The mountains are calling!
Hiking is a popular outdoor activity in Wales, and for good reason. With its rugged peaks, pristine lakes, gorgeous coastline and lovely castle-sprinkled towns, there is plenty to see on a hiking adventure in this lovely country located southwest of Great Britain. Some of its top hiking spots are Mount Snowdon and Crib Goch in Snowdonia National Park, although there are plenty more routes for hikers of all levels. Make sure to go with a certified guide and make the best of your hiking experience in Wales!
August is the hottest month and January the coldest, November the wettest month, and April the driest. It is also possible to experience all four seasons in one day, so you must be ready for different climatic scenarios every time you go out. Daytime temperatures range between 9°C and 19°C.
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Fly in to Cardiff, take a train from London, take a ferry from Ireland or drive.
Year round, although hiking is best during the warmer and drier months between April and September.
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