What we do

More about walking near Aberystwyth 

More details about Aberystwyth Ramblers can be found on our website, which provides information about previous and current walks as well as other local information. We also operate an informative Facebook page.   

We have published a book of local walks, which is useful to those new to the area and also to people who have lived here for many years.

Details of other walks in the Aberystwyth area can be found at https://aberystwythwalks.online/

More general information about walks in Ceredigion can be found at:

Footpath Working Party 

The footpath group usually work on Thursdays. Current work includes a significant programme of replacing stiles with gates, installing foot bridges, path clearance and so on. For further details please contact Len the Working Party coordinator (Len - Working Party), or find more information and see pictures of recent work at www.aberystwythramblers.org.uk

The Ceredigion Footpath Working Party has been given an Award by the Ramblers’ Association of Great Britain  and awarded a Highly Commended Certificate in the prestigious Wales Volunteer of the Year Awards 2016 and 2018 for their "outstanding work on Public Rights of Way”.  

Long Distance Trail walking in Ceredigion 

Long distance trails:

  • The Ceredigion Coast Path (Cardigan to Ynyslas), 60 miles, was officially opened in July 2008 (Ceredigion Coast Path).  It is now part of the 870-mile All Wales Coast Path (Chepstow to Chester) opened in May 2012 (Wales Coast Path) 

  • Glyndwrs Way passes through north Ceredigion (135 miles, Knighton to Welshpool) (Glyndwrs Way) 

  • More locally, the Borth to Strata Florida walk, at least 41 miles, provides a great introduction to the area 

  • The challenging, 298 miles, Cambrian Way also passes through the Cambrian Mountains in north Ceredigion (Cambrian Way) 

Information and Safety on our walks 

On all walks we will encounter sheep and therefore the Group requests walkers not to bring their dogs. An exception would be made for Registered Assistance Dogs, in which case the Walk Leader should be contacted to ensure the walk is suitable (e.g. access over stiles, rough ground etc). 

All our leaders are well supported within the group and we would welcome new leaders. We provide training and updating events for leaders from time to time, and also mentoring for Ramblers who are new to leading walks.