Arrive by train, explore on foot. Uncover more of Wales’ heritage, culture and natural landscapes during Llwybrau. Wales, by Trails - Year of Trails.

Explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites, discover historic castles and try local cuisine across Wales. Long or short; mountain, forest or coast, walking or wheeling, there’s a trail for everyone, and getting there has never been easier.

Taking the train is a more sustainable and relaxing option and Transport for Wales trains can take your clients within a short walk of hundreds of paths, including the Wales Coast Path.

The Wales Coast Path boasts some of Wales’ most beautiful views. 870 miles (1,400km) long, it runs along the entire Welsh coastline, and is considered the first dedicated coast path in the world to do so. At Llandudno, the trail is just under a mile from the nearest train station, Tenby station is only a ten minute walk away and Cardiff Bay station is just 230 metres (754 ft) from the waterfront.

When travelling with Transport for Wales, clients will never be far from adventure. Their stations are within a short walk of hundreds of paths including the Wales Coast Path which spans the entire Welsh coastline.

Explore Wales by train with a selection of Rovers and Rangers tickets. Explore Wales Pass is valid for four days travel within an 8 day period to anywhere in Wales by train and on selected bus operators. Railcards also allow discounts which are available from Transport for Wales ticket offices.

A range of regional passes are also available. To find our more information head to Rovers and Rangers | TfW.

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A train travelling over a viaduct.

Transport for Wales train crossing Knucklas viaduct

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