People say the best way to get to know someone is to walk a mile in their shoes. And that applies equally to getting to know Neath Port Talbot too.
So, park the car, put on your walking boots and get a feel for the place and its people (you’ll find us a friendly bunch).
Few other places offer the drama and diversity on show in our region. Nature and the man-made. Waterfalls and waves. Country parks and canals. Coast paths and countryside paths. They shape everything we do and everything we are. And you can embrace them at your own pace, be it a gentle river stroll or a hike up hills and down valleys.
We couldn’t possibly squeeze all of our walking trails onto one page, so we’ve plotted them on one interactive map for you. For trail details, including maps and trail cards, point and click on the individual trail/s that interest you.
An attractive circular walk that passes by two ruined farmhouses, Nant Herbert, and Lluest, along...Read more
Starting at the Dove workshop, take your time to explore the beautiful surroundings of Banwen...Read more
This is a very pleasant circular walk through woods and meadows, passing the sleepy hamlet...Read more
This hidden gem of the valley is accessed from 'The Cross' at Pontardawe town centre...Read more
A lovely walk, with beautiful views where you can walk back in time and discover...Read more
Eaglsebush Valley, predominantly Oak woodland, was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 2008. This route...Read more
This walk starts from the visitor centre and steadily climbs up to Mosshouse Reservoir, within...Read more
Follow forest roads, stony tracks and paths to an ancient Baptist Chapel at Gyfylchi, and...Read more
The Melincourt Nature Reserve is located in a narrow, steep-sided valley, carpeted with Blubells in...Read more