Things To Do

Find out about the amazing things to do in and around
Llandrindod Wells. Use the categories below to filter
your search.

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The Spa Walk

This is a 3k (2 mile) circular walk graded
as moderate as there are some gentle
slopes in the Rock Park. There is a section
which will be difficult for the mobility
impaired but there is an easy diversionand

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Shaky Bridge Beauty Spot

This is a circular walk of 6.5km (5.5 miles) graded as medium. Halfway round is the popular beauty spot at Shaky Bridge - the original wire bridge across the river Ithon was dangerously shaky.

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Rhayader Clock to Llandrindod Wells

This is a 20k (12 mile) walk. Rhayader
can be reached by public transport.
Check timetables on
or Tel: 0871 2002 233.

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Newbridge On Wye to Llandrindod Wells

This is a 6.50k (4.50 mile) walk graded as easy
to moderate but there are steep slopes up and
down and the paths are often muddy so strong
shoes or boots are advisable.As the area is sheep

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Llanelwedd to Llandrindod Wells (Linear No 3)

Llanelwedd can be reached by public
transport (check or
0871 2002 233) and is just outside Builth
Wells on the A483. The walk is graded as

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Llandrindod Wellness Route

To support people in reaching their own Llandrindod Wellness goals, we've created a simple 1 kilometer route around the Lake - the Llandrindod Wellness Route.

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Howey Village & Back

This is a 7k (4,5 mile) walk. It is graded as
medium as there are some steep slopes. It
starts and finishes at the Lake where there
are parking and refreshment faciities. On a
clear day there are spectacular views over

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Heritage Trail

This was a building improvement grant programme that was operated within the centre of Llandrindod Wells between 2004-09 to help restore and maintain the architectural heritage of the town through high quality repair and reinstatement work.

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Heart of Wales Line Walking Routes

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Bridleways & Footpaths

This is a 5.5km (4 mile) walk, graded as easy.
It starts and finishes at Llandrindod Lake
where there is parking and a restaurant.

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The wells at Llandrindod had been resorted to as early 1696, when the Vaughans of Herefordshire stayed for three weeks to take the waters.
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The Central Wales line from Knighton to Llandrindod Wells was opened in 1865 putting Llandrindod Wells in easy reach of the urban centres of the North West, the midlands and South Wales.
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The 'season' lasted from May to mid September. Outside the pump rooms at the Rock Park and the Pump House Hotel the visitors queued each morning to take the waters, entertained by music from the orchestras.
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