Getting rugged in Snowdonia with Kate and Ross Worthington of RAW Adventures

From essential training in hill, mountain and wilderness skills to guiding adventure-seekers on hardcore challenges like the Welsh 3000s (Northern Snowdonia’s 15 highest summits) and organising recce events to those preparing for the world’s toughest competitive mountain run (the Dragon’s Back Race from Conwy to Cardiff across the remote central spine of Wales), RAW Adventures have been leading people into North Wales’ mightiest and most … Continue reading Getting rugged in Snowdonia with Kate and Ross Worthington of RAW Adventures

Foraging in the Brecon Beacons with Adele Nozedar

What better way to encounter the upliftlingly beautiful landscapes of the Brecon Beacons than with Adele Nozedar? A food writer, foraging pro and author of The Hedgerow Handbook (among other titles), she lives within view of the highest peaks in the Brecon. Her foraging courses and botanical gin workshops reap the bounty of each season. Here she tells Undiscovered Wales how to do just that. … Continue reading Foraging in the Brecon Beacons with Adele Nozedar

We speak to broadcaster and wilderness survival expert Andrew Thomas Price

Andrew Thomas Price is a broadcaster, wilderness survival instructor at Dryad Bushcraft and nemophilist (that’s a lover of woods and forests to you and me). Presenter of ITV Wales Coast and Country, he calls the Gower Peninsula home.  Where in Wales would you most like to pitch a tent? I love the rugged landscape of the western Brecon Beacons. I could never get bored of … Continue reading We speak to broadcaster and wilderness survival expert Andrew Thomas Price

Bog Snorkelling champ Neil Rutter

Meeting Bog Snorkelling World Champion Neil Rutter

In 2019, Neil Rutter scooped the bog snorkelling world championship award for the third year in a row. Here he explains why he is never happier than when speeding his way through a peat bog in Llanwrtyd Wells, which has garnered a name for itself as a hotbed of wacky sports, of which snorkelling through a murky stretch of oozing bog is but one… Bog … Continue reading Meeting Bog Snorkelling World Champion Neil Rutter

Pembrokeshire through the eyes of artist Adrian John

Adrian John is an artist based in Milford Haven. His rich portfolio of work ranges from minutely detailed landscapes to photograph-inspired portraits. With a passion for natural light, contours and shadow, he captures Wales from its most evocative angles – from the industry of the Valleys to the open coastscapes of Pembrokeshire. How do you reflect the spirit of Wales in your painting? I was … Continue reading Pembrokeshire through the eyes of artist Adrian John

Diving into Pembrokeshire with coasteering pro Sophie Hurst

Sophie Hurst is one of the early pioneers of coasteering. Back in 1988 she co-founded Preseli Venture Eco Lodge and Adventures in Pembrokeshire, determined to forge a sustainable use of a wilderness area. Her aim is to provide an earth-grounding coastal adventure in an increasingly fast-paced, tech-obsessed world. Coasteering? What’s that? Coasteering is all about getting you out along the coast – exploring the nooks … Continue reading Diving into Pembrokeshire with coasteering pro Sophie Hurst

A caffeine-fuelled catch-up with Scott James, Coaltown Coffee founder

Founder of the multiple award-winning Coaltown Coffee, Scott James has brought some of the finest roasted brews, fresh opportunity and an air of newfound cool to the former coal mining town of Ammanford. Here he tells us his story… Why Coaltown? My great-grandfather was a coal miner. Back in those days the community was thriving and industry booming in Ammanford, in Carmarthenshire in South Wales. … Continue reading A caffeine-fuelled catch-up with Scott James, Coaltown Coffee founder