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Free travel in Wales every weekend

To boost tourism the Welsh Government is introducing free weekend travel on the TrawsCymru buses.

Economy Minister Ken Skates, whose portfolio covers transport, said: "From Bangor to Cardiff, Fishguard to Wrexham I hope to see this scheme provide the perfect excuse for people from across Wales and beyond to jump on the bus and spend their weekends enjoying the diverse beauty of Wales.

Prizedraw: create a walk and win

Each quarter we enter everyone who submits a car-free walk into a prize draw

For the July to September 2017 prize draw, 3 lucky winners will be offered a book of their choice from Cicerone's range of nearly 350 guidebooks to walking, trekking, climbing, mountaineering and cycling.For almost 50 years Cicerone has established a reputation as the very best publisher of guides to exploring the hills, mountains and countryside

Hiking in the North East

A dog-lover's guide to walking in the North East

Untouched natural landscapes, a strong sense of tradition and a fascinating local culture all make the North East one of the most magnificent – and yet least explored – corners of the UK.From the array of rare wildlife to the miles of rich history, there’s no doubt that the North East is the perfect place to explore on foot.