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Walk of the Week | Exploring Wales

We are on a quest to make Wales the healthiest and happiest place to live. Join us as we explore some of the best dog walks that Wales has to offer.

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Roath Park Lake, Cardiff

Dino Hodzovic

Walk of the Week (ep.10): Roath Park Lake, Cardiff. Roath Park Lake is renown as a beautiful spot to go for a walk. The man-made lake sit’s comfortably in suburban Cardiff and offers a delightful change of scenery for those who visit. You’ll find an abundance of swans, ducks and other birds that dwell in the lake for most of the year. Four islands allow the birds to breed and survive without too much interruption and they don’t mind sharing the park with us humans too. Inside the fenced area of the park, you can find a rose garden, children’s park, a conservatory and so much more. In fact, you could spend a whole day at the park, and still have more to discover.

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Roath Recreation Grounds, Cardiff

Dino Hodzovic

Walk of the Week ep 9, Roath Recreation Grounds, Cardiff. This week we visited one of the better known spot’s in Cardiff, especially in the summer time; Roath Recreation Ground (or ‘Roath Rec’ for short!). The Rec (find on maps) offers a huge open space, around 4+ pitches wide, long (that makes sense, just read it a couple of times!). Roath Brook flows alongside the grounds, and you can follow it through to Roath Pleasure Gardens (…)

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Rhydypenau Park & Nant Fawr Woods, Cardiff

Dino Hodzovic

Walk of the Week (Episode 2): Rhydypenau Park & Nant Fawr Woods, Cardiff. This week we set out to explore Rhydypenau Park (find on maps). The park's great for kids and animals alike. Following the main path, we crossed a bridge over to Nant Fawr Woodlands. It wasn't long before we caught sight of Llanishen Reservoir. Eventually we came across big open fields that seemed to go and go. If you're looking for a quiet patch of earth to explore, these fields certainly offer you that! To watch the full episode, scroll to the bottom of the page.

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