Meander through Aberdare town centre taking in the fascinating history of the town on the Aberdare Heritage Trail
This way-marked, circular walk is about 2.5km. It starts at the Rhondda Heritage Park Museum and climbs steeply to view points overlooking the lower Rhondda and the Heritage Park.
A circular walk around the valley floor with a shorter link suitable for pushchairs and wheerchair users, the accessible route is approximately a mile / 2 km.
Takes you off the beaten track on countryside paths through wooded areas and along the valley sides.
Follow a horseshoe shaped route out of the valley, climbing onto the upland plateau and over rough terrain.
The Glamorgan Ridgeway Walk is a scenic long distance path in South Wales.
The Lanwoods Project has 5 walks - 3 Health walks and 2 school Nature Walks.
Llantrisant is one of the oldest towns in South Wales. Its history, landscape and biodiversity are inter-dependant.
Llantrisant Heritage Trails takes in the unique offer in Llantrisant from Dr William Price Statute to Llantriasnt Castle and more.
2 wonderful walks with stunning views from Penderyn village which includes Sgwd yr Eira waterfall
This walks provides a view of the town from the surrounding hills; passing through ancient woods, open common, moorland, farmland and ffirdd.
This walk follows paths across common land above Pontypridd and visits a number of historic and natural features.
Step back in time with the Pontypridd Heritage Trail, and discover what made Pontypridd a bustling market town.
The Tramroad walk is a linear walk and follows the tramroad Dr Richard Griffiths built in 1809.
The route has spectacular views of Pontypridd and set in open countryside, at the right time of year you are likely to see bluebells in bloom and bushes laden with wimberries, as well as a variety of bird life.
A walking trail which takes in the fascinating history of Treforest.
A series of 4 self - guided walks explaoring the countryside around Clydach Vale