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National Trails in Wales Launch New Website

16 January 2014

A new website for National Trails in Wales has been launched today, Thursday 16th January, by social enterprise Walk Unlimited.

The new website has been designed to help visitors and local people in the area to plan their visit to a National Trail. There are plenty of useful and engaging features to the website, providing various different kinds of information for visitors to browse when planning a trip.

The website features a range of information of the various National Trails that can be visited, as well as sections on events and things to do in the area. Once a journey is in mind, users are then able to plan their trip online using the interactive maps available, along with tips on how to get there. Updates on any weather warnings are also made available, as well as news and updates on any volunteer opportunities that people can get involved with.

Visitors to the site are encouraged to upload their recommendations of their favourite local places along the trails, and local businesses and service providers are invited to upload their own information, giving the new website larger depth as an information source.

The new National Trails website can be found by clicking here.

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