01 Nov 2023
Get inspired with more than 100 miles of walking trips from railway stations across Wales with the free walking and wellness Go Jauntly app.
Transport for Wales have partnered with Go Jauntly to create 33 photo led walking routes in both Welsh and English to and from our railway stations, highlighting different points of interest along the way.
From Pembrokeshire to Carmarthenshire, Powys to Conwy and Wrexham to Cardiff there are walks across this magnificent country for everyone to enjoy; a perfect tailored walk for half term - https://walks.gojauntly.com/users/transportforwales
There are also many heritage sites along the routes on offer so why not make the most of the Cadw 2 for 1 offer. All you need to do is present a valid TfW train ticket; kids also travel for free with a fare paying adult on our trains.
Melanie Lawton, Community Rail Strategic Lead at Transport for Wales said:
“We’re excited to be launching 33 new walks from our trains stations across Wales and we hope this will encourage people to explore our wonderful communities and the outdoors.
“With over 100 miles of walking routes available and all accessible through an app, we’re supporting sustainable tourism and the communities we serve.”
Hana Sutch, CEO and Co-Founder of Go Jauntly said
"It’s so exciting to announce that Go Jauntly is expanding into Wales and we’re thrilled to be working with Transport for Wales to encourage more people to explore this gorgeous country. Train journeys and epic outdoor adventures on foot go hand-in-hand, and we can’t wait for users to explore Wales by trails on one of our 33 walking routes."
Go Jauntly provides an award-winning, community-based platform to promote walking for leisure, active travel, and nature connection. The family friendly app is available for free for all users on iOS and Android.
Download the free walking app and own a pocket-sized encyclopedia of urban walks here: