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Walkers are Welcome

Llandysul and Pont Tyweli and the surrounding area has a good network of walks that cover a variety of scenery and level of difficulty and that is still a well kept secret. 

Llandysul and Pont Tyweli has led the way in Ceredigion in being awarded the Walkers are Welcome status. It was also one of the first in Wales to achieve that status.

Membership of Walkers are Welcome includes public liability insurance for walks organised by the group.

A major part of membership is a commitment to keep local footpaths open, to ensure that walkers are welcome in local businesses and to promote walking in the area.

As part of this, there is a programme of monthly guided walks as well as information on other local walks, both short and more challenging. Some of the walks are also particularly suited to families. Everybody is welcome to join us on these walks, but children should be accompanied by an adult. Walks cost £2.00 for non members. Children under 16-free unless otherwise stated in the programme.

llandysul-trails-coverAnnual membership for Llandysul and Pont Tyweli Walkers are Welcome is £10 per person or £15 for a couple per year. Children under 16- free.

Llandysul & Pont-Tyweli Walkers are Welcome have published a booklet of eight circular routes in and around Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli.  Available from the Llandysul & Pont-tyweli Ymlaen Cyf office or as a download from this website.


 

Individual guided walks are available by prior arrangement, please contact 01559 362403.

 

 
 
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This project has received funding through the Rural Development Plan for Wales 2007-2013 which is funded by the Welsh Assembly Government and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.

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