Disabled Access, Wheelchair walks, Easy Access, Access for All, Mobility, Walks on Wheels, Miles without Stiles - whatever the term the following is all about accessibility to the countryside and green spaces of Ceredigion
Walks Greenspaces and Countryside
Beaches of Cardigan Bay - Basic details of beaches and if accessibleBwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre - the All Ability Barcud Trail giving everyone the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the area - see also Archive PDF download
Ceredigion Coast Path - Grading is relative to the terrain of the Ceredigion's coastline and is based on the amount of elevation change and the steepness of the path but not on the overall length of the section.
Inclusive Access Ceredigion Coast Path - Access to stunning stretches of coastline should not be the exclusive domain of the able-bodied. People confined to wheelchairs and families with small children who require push chairs should also be able to appreciate coastal views and cliff-top paths.Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre - the All Ability Barcud Trail giving everyone the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the area - see also Archive PDF download
Nant yr Arian (Ponterwyd) - (Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre) The views are breathtaking, and there is something on offer here for all the family, from waymarked forest walks and mountain bike routes to watching the daily Red Kite feeding.
Red kites in Ceredigion - No matter your ability, come and enjoy the superb views on a walk around Bwlch Nant yr Arian, and for those with an urge to get muddy there are also mountain bike trails, as well as showers and a bike wash. See also Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre
Teifi Estuary Walks (Archive PDF download) - The initial section of the first walk is wheelchair accessible.
The Ystwyth Trail - Substantial sections of the Ystwyth Trail follow the track of the old Great Western railway line. Those comparatively level sections particularly lend themselves towards wheelchair users, family cycling - involving younger children - with the entire route being suitable for walkers. Substantial sections are also suitable for horse riding - see also Archive PDF download
Cors Caron NNR - A fully accessible boardwalk route runs for some three-and-a-half kilometres over the south-east bog, while there’s also an accessible bird hide next to this route - also fully accessible toilets - see also Archive PDF download
Dyfi NNR - There is a small car park for disabled visitors beside the main access road 30m south of the beach car park. This gives access to the Ynyslas dunes visitor centre, via a hard surfaced track and wooden ramp suitable for wheelchair use.
Other Useful Links
Cardigan Coast Walks Festival - the festival programme (17th - 25th September) includes a wheelchair accessible walk on two dates.
Ceredigion Shopmobility - Located in the Bath Street Car park in Aberystwyth; Ceredigion Shopmobility offers people with mobility problems the opportunity to fully enjoy the shopping and scenery of this historical coastal town.
Disability Sport Wales - Blaenau Gwent - Throughout Ceredigion there is a wide range of activities for people with disabilities to participate in such as swimming, football and athletics sessions for all and multi sports clubs.
Penrhiwpal Shooting Club - Male, female and disabled toilets are contained within the building, range and clubroom is fully accessible to disabled shooters and parking is available adjacent to the club building.
Rheidol Riding Centre - Riding for the Disabled R.D.A. for groups and individuals.