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.
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.
A walking trail which takes in the fascinating history of Treforest.
A series of 4 self - guided walks explaoring the countryside around Clydach Vale