Welcome Back To The Great Outdoors
Its time to strap those boots on and get outdoors, the hills and valleys are awaiting your footsteps as you explore the history and hidden gems that Mid Wales has to offer.
Close your eyes and think …what would you like to do ? Bet we’ve got it covered. Our stunning landscape is crying out to be walked, cycled, ridden, sailed and fished.
We also provide a few slightly more surprising thrills. Foraging for wild food. Geocaching, gorge walking, falconry. Paddle boarding
You name it, we probably do it. And we’ll do it with a bit of twist.
We want you to have a great time here and really feel the experience of being in Mid Wales and what that has to offer,
We also want to make sure that your time discovering here ... is a safe one.
We now need to continue to work together to make sure that we all stay safe and enjoy the very best that Mid Wales has to offer.
Please continue to follow the safety guidance and respect the countryside and communities that we all love to enjoy.
Respect. Protect. Enjoy.
If you are unwell, stay at home.
it is essential that you do not travel if you or your party is unwell.
if you become unwell whilst on holiday follow government guidance on dealing with possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infection: https://gov.wales/coronavirus
Respect other people
Consider the local community and other people enjoying the outdoors, treat your holiday home with the same respect you would your own home.
Keep your distance and minimise contact, please remember this in when you are out and about, in shops and in the countryside. Try not to touch things unnecessarily and maintain hand hygiene.
Please remember and be respectful of the 2m separation guide which still applies in Wales.
Park carefully so access to gateways and driveways is clear
Leave gates and property as you find them
Follow paths but give way to others where it’s narrow
Protect the Countryside
Leave no trace of your visit, dispose of any rubbish in available bins or recycling points, if there are none available or if these are full, please take all your litter home
Don’t have BBQs or fires
Keep dogs under effective control, Dog poo - bag it and bin it
Follow the countryside code
Enjoy the outdoors
Plan ahead, check what facilities are open, be prepared. ensure that businesses and amenities are open before you visit, some may still be closed or have different operating times to what you are used to.
Don't take unnecessary risks
Change your plans, if somewhere looks like its too busy then it probably is .. change your plans and visit somewhere else.
Follow advice and local signs and obey social distancing measures
Keep a diary of your stay, not only will this serve as a reminder of your holiday in Mid Wales, it will also help with track and trace requirements if this were to become necessary.
For more frequently asked questions please visit: http://www.gov.wales/coronavirus-regulations-guidance