There are so many beautiful places to go for a walk away from the Coast in Ceredigion. The reserve at Cors Caron includes a mile and a half walk across the bog which is fully accessible. More details for all walks at the reserve can be found here:
Other accessible walks include:
Aberporth Cliff Top Trail
This 1km long has a surfaced path built to the wheelchair gradient standards laid out in ‘By All Reasonable Means’. The path begins at Headland Place where there are wheelchair friendly toilet facilities and parking.. The route follows the first part of a cliff top section of the Coast Path which runs to Tresaith and offers spectacular views of the Ceredigion coastline. There are wheelchair friendly picnic benches too.
Aberaeron Town Walk
The town has a 1km walk from either side of the harbour entrance. This includes crossing the River Aeron by the footbridge, though there is a short detour on the southern side of the bridge to avoid a flight of steps.
The promenade at Aberystwyth stretches for 2km from the harbour entrance to Constitution Hill and passes two beaches along the way.
A short level path runs from the car park along the top of the gabion sea defence, providing a view of the beach and its headlands.