Walk Mid Wales ~ Guided Walks


We offer a range of walking tours or can design a walk specifically for you. We can pick you up at your accommodation or from public transport (in south Powys) and offer you a hassle free day of exploration. Whether you are looking for a gentle amble or a strenuous day out in the mountains, we can tailor the day to suit you. We will drive you to the walk in our vehicle, or will meet you at the walk’s start. We can provide a packed lunch if required and all you have to do is to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Mid Wales.

Here are some of our suggested guided walking tours but remember every walk can be designed specifically for you and every day will be different.

Gentle ambles

Moderate rambles

Strenuous hill walks


Multiday walks

Llandrindod heritage trail

Llangorse Lake and The Allt

Black Mountains – The Dragon’s Back

The Wye Valley Walk

The Elan Valley family trail

Under the skirts of The Black Mountains

Brecon Beacons – The Northern Ridges

Offa’s Dyke Path South

(Chepstow - Knighton)

The Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal

Talybont on Usk

Mynydd Du ~ The Black Mountain

The Usk Valley Walk

Hay-on-Wye tour

The Begwns

The Elenydd – Gorllwyn & Drygarn Fawr

Glyndwr’s Way

Talgarth town trail

Sugar Loaf

Plynlimon ~ Pen Pumlumon Fawr – The Father of Rivers

The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal

Aberystwyth heritage walk

The Carneddau of Radnorshire

Cader Idris – A giant among mountains

The Beacons Way

Presteigne and Nash Woods

The Hafod estate and Cwmystwyth

The Aran – the highest peaks in Mid Wales

Taff Trail

The Montgomery Canal at Newtown

Ceredigion Coast path

Radnor Forest round

The Epynt Way

Mynydd Illtyd and the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre

Ystwyth Trail 

Around The Vale of Ewyas

The Herefordshire Trail


Humms, Tumps and Marilyns....and a whole lot more!

Ever wanted to give your walking a greater purpose? Why not join Rob "peak bagging"? Using the website www.hill-bagging.co.uk he's working through some of the thousands of Welsh peaks listed - which stretch from 3,560' Snowdon down to 95 foot St Catherine's Island near Tenby.

Rob's already climbed the 408 Two Thousand Foot peaks of England and Wales and is most of the way through Scotland's Munroes. He also completed the "Marilyns" - the list of relative hills, each with a 150m drop on all sides. Whether you want to "bag" the high peaks of Snowdonia or discover the obscure tumps of Mid Wales then contact us and we can arrange some peak bagging.




Hiking Trail support packages



Day 1 of the Cambrian Way

Multi-day walks are increasingly popular and Exploring Mid Wales can help you by providing support to enable you to complete the hike without the hassle and the weight of an unsupported walk! In recent years Rob has walked the Wales Coast Path, Cambrian Way, Heart of Wales Trail, Wye Valley Walk, Usk Valley Walk, the Beacons Way and the Offa's Dyke Path. We are now able to give you detailed advice on walking each day along with the practical support of luggage transfer, accommodation booking and bespoke guidance and navigational notes.

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