Explore Outdoors

Wye Valley Canoes

The Wye Valley Canoe Centre sits on the banks of the River Wye four miles west of Hay-on-Wye. With a fleet of canoes, kayaks, double kayaks, you can paddle for a few hours or a few days, starting at the Wye Valley Canoe Centre in Glasbury. An ideal place to spend time with friends or family enjoying the peace and quiet of a really unspoilt stretch of water. For more info click here.

Re-ignite the explorer in you on the world?s most historic and challenging Land Rover off road trails
Land Rover off road trails

Land rover Experience

Taste the off-road experience, driving around a 43 mile track, set within the grounds of the enchanting Eastnor Castle. Land Rover will tailor an exclusive experience around your needs - ideal for away days or celebrations. For more info click here.

The best ways to explore are on foot or by bike

Rent A Bike

Rent a bicycle for as long as you like, whether it's half a day on a tandem or a two-week MTB hire. Prices are discounted for longer hire periods, and thanks to their family rate, a day out cycling with the kids doesn't have to cost the earth. You can hire out trailer bikes, child trailers and baby seats to accommodate infants, toddlers and younger kids. They even deliver and collect the bicycle(s) to / from your accommodation.
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The Black Mountains form a natural border with Herefordshire, England

Walking Locally

There are a variety of walks locally which can be enjoyed by all levels, from avid trekkers to those just wanting a leisurely stroll. Popular walks around Abergavenny include the three mountains: The Skirrid, Sugar Loaf and The Blorenge. The latter has a carpark near the top, affording mountain views for minimal effort!! For the more keen walkers, try walking the Offa's Dyke path on the Black Mountains or climbing Hay Bluff, which straddles the border of England and Wales.
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Panoramic views across Wales and back across the Wye Valley to the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons
Panoramic views across Wales

Freerein Riding

Between the west coast of Wales and the Upper Wye Valley lie the Cambrian Mountains and the Radnor Hills. Here, you can ride across bracken-covered ridges and mountain streams. You will be accompanied by professional staff who have a passion for trail riding. Perfect for those who want a breath of fresh air. For more info click here.

Wonderful and engaging animals and are a pleasure to be with

Llama Trekking

Explore the glorious Herefordshire countryside with a tailored Llama Trek. You will help call in, catch, halter, groom and walk your llama through fields. It will be an exclusive experience as the owners only take bookings from the same party or family. The Llama trek experience is based on a minimum of two adults. Trek experiences last around two and a half hours. For more info click here.