The small country of Wales is quickly becoming the adventure playground of the UK. Its small stature is never an issue as it packs a whole lot of features that visitors should not miss about. If you happen to visit this lovely place, here are the basic things that you should want to do.

Walk on Its Coastal Areas

Some of the amazing walks can be found at the Welsh coast. One of them is the Pembrokeshire coast that has been carved by the rage of the Atlantic Ocean. Meanwhile, the Llyn Peninsula also offers abundant wildlife as well as wild vistas. Or better yet, fancy out along the newly-minted 870-mile walk called the Wales Coast Path.

Play Along the Toy Trains

Wales is also home to the oldest and most remarkable narrow gauge railways. Spectacularly, the Welsh Highland Railway can be your playground as you can begin your journey from Porthmadog and ending at Blaenau Ffestiniog, a scenic route cutting a swathe across the rural centre of Snowdonia National Park.

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Spectacular Mountain Biking Trails

If mountain biking is your thing, you can bring along your ride with you or rent one through all-weather single-track centres, free-ride spots, and downhill tracks, among other choices. This portion somewhat hidden along the rugged but beautiful Welsh landscape.

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Surfing along the Gower Peninsula

For first timers, the Gower Peninsula has everything that anyone can ask for. This can be a haven for those who want to experience smattering bays catching the swell at different degrees. It is a very welcoming community dedicated for surfing enthusiasts that also provide a proficient surfing school.

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Exploring Snowdonia

The enchanted splendour of Snowdonia can indeed rival that of notable mountain ranges located in different areas around the world. Tourists should take advantage of this feature as it is amazingly accessible, as it offer various camping trips, adrenaline activities, and hiking routes.

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Photos by: Emmanuel Pignat, and Brian Miller

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