Coronavirus Restrictions – Welsh Government Guidance on Public Rights of Way/Access
Promoting Responsible Access
Sections of Public Rights of Way Closed in the Interest of Public Health
Ceredigion is a special place. Its mountains, valleys and estuaries, the coastline and waters of Cardigan Bay are valued by local people and visitors alike.
The County Council's Coast and Countryside Section plays a key role in the following areas:
- public rights of way and countryside access, including public rights of way
- biodiversity and countryside conservation
- coastal and marine management
Explore the website to find out more about Ceredigion's rich natural environment and the work of the Coast and Countryside Section.
Have Your Say
If you've taken a walk, horseride or cycle through the countryside of Ceredigion, the chances are that you've used Public Rights of Way.
These are paths which nearly always cross privately owned land, but which members of the public have a right to use. They provide access to countryside for leisure, health and wellbeing.
Ceredigion County Council, who maintain many of these paths, would like to know more about how you use them and, if you don't, what could be done to encourage more people to access these Rights of Way. Please spare a few minutes to answer some simple questions.
You can contact us in the following ways:
Our Online Contact Form
Coast and Countryside Section
Ceredigion County Council