Cycling in Wales

by Jack Guy

Mar 8, 2019

Off the coast of Wales, Ramsey Island features high sea cliffs and a wondrous natural habitat. Spot gray seal colonies on the beaches during the fall and early winter. As a cultural destination, Ramsey Island is a holy site for its connection with Saint David, the Welsh patron saint. © Acceleratorhams |

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Set off on two wheels and you’ll be able to cover a great deal of distance in Wales. The scenery is fantastic, and there are 1,400 miles of National Cycle Routes to follow.


One of the most famous routes is the Celtic Trail West, a 143-mile ride through southern Wales. It’s a great way to explore the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.


One alternative is the Celtic Trail East, slightly easier on the legs. You’ll see one of the finest castles in Britain at Chepstow, and you can take the aerial Transporter Bridge over the water when you reach the River Usk.


Take on a challenging ride across mid-Wales with the Lôn Cambria route and you’ll wind along mountain rides and the River Ystwyth. At 113 miles it’s a long way to go in one day, so all but the most experienced cyclists should probably stop off along the way.


If you are in Cardiff and want to see some countryside, hire a bike and set off along the Taff Trail. At 55 miles you can do it in a day and then be back to the capital city in time to check out one of the many restaurants in a buzzing culinary scene.


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