St. David’s Day – Celebrate All Things Welsh!

The day to celebrate everything Welsh, St. David’s Day, is just around the corner. Parades, entertainment, daffodils, and folk costumes! But there are other ways to celebrate by loving your environment and appreciating the Welsh land right in front of you.

Here are some of the things you can do this St. David’s Day:

1. Crickhowell Walking Festival – running from 27 Feb – 7 March it offers plenty of old and new walks to enjoy.

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©Kevin Walker

©Kevin Walker

2. Black Mountain Activities – There’s plenty of things to do here, from caving to archery, white water rafting to paintballing. It’s a great way to experience the outdoors, appreciate Welsh lands, and have fun!

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© Brecon Beacons National Park

© Brecon Beacons National Park Authority

3. Cantref Riding Centre – View the vast Welsh landscape of Brecon Beacons on horseback. Saddle up and trek across hills and plains, and see sights that will take your breath away.

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web_Offa's Dyke Path near Hay Bluff

© Brecon Beacons National Park Authority

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4. Geocaching – like a little treasure hunt, explore the lands while searching for surprises hidden around the area. With over 180 geocaches, it’s a great way to explore.

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5. Wildlife Spotting – There are so many species of animals to find. Search for creatures while adventuring through the Welsh wilderness!

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