There are lots of things to do in Llanidloes, so if you're planning a visit you won't be disappointed.
Here you will find useful information on up and coming events, outdoor activities, and other attractions you might like to stop and see. Select from the links for more information.
The Minerva Arts Centre is the home of the Quilt Association and its collection of heritage quilts. Next event is the Wool and Willow Exhibition:
27th May - 24th June 2023
The 26k gruelling test over the Cambrian Mountains is hosted in the height of summer during the day to give you the opportunity to take it on with the comfort of daylight and hopefully fair weather being in your favour; but still MUST BE completed in under 7hours (load-bearing) or 5hours (clean-fatigue) to earn the coveted High Walk Summer Series patch.
Saturday 1st July, 2023
We are a group of mountaineers, hill-walkers and those with passion for exploring the great outdoors and host a series of events throughout the year. Our next Challenge Event is a 26k hi-endurance challenge:
Saturday 1st July, 2023
Llanidloes Carnival has long been a traditional fixture on the summer calendar of the town. Initially started to raise money for Llanidloes hospital in 1932, this is a wonderful community event that everyone can take part in.
Saturday July 15th, 2023
A local scarecrow Festival raising Money for the Air Ambulace. The Upper Severn Scarecrow Festival through Glan y Nant, Llanidloes to
Hafren Forest, in aid of Air Ambulance, is on the last week of July with over 6 miles of scarecrows. Fun for all. Donation points
in Glan y Nant.
Yamaha Off Road Experience Profesional Off Road motorcycle schools, coaching and fun days out in the beautiful Mid Wales countryside.
All year, 2023
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We are a group of mountaineers, hill-walkers and those with passion for exploring the great outdoors and host a series of events throughout the year. Discover more
There are over thirty separate routes around the town which are clearly way-marked and signposted. They link Llanidloes with the smaller surrounding villages of Llangurig, Llandinam and Trefeglwys and range from just a few miles to a good day's walk. The national trails of Glyndwr's Way and the Severn Way also pass through Llanidloes; fantastic opportunities to enjoy the countryside.
View and download the Llanidloes Walking Routes
The Sustrans routes '8' and '81' (Lon Cambria) both pass through Llanidloes. Many of the roads and tracks around the town are ideal for cyclists.
View the Llanidloes Cycle routes
The Mid Wales Arts Centre features a large gallery, and a sculpture park. Courses are run by professional artists in a supportive and friendly environment. Surrounded by the beautiful scenery of mid Wales, with fishing, tennis and golf within a few minutes walk, it is the perfect place to unwind.
Vicky Ware Ceramics family, group and individual sessions in professional potter's studio and workshop and shop at workshop near Llanidloes
Llyn Clywedog Trout fishery is run by the local Club Llanidloes and District AA with all proceeds put straight back into the fishery. Their farm gives the club the opportunity to save on costs enabling them to stock around 35,000 fish of the highest quality into the lake at a very reasonable cost to the angler. The 2017 season was a record year with more anglers fishing the lake than ever before just confirming Clywedog as one of the premier trout fisheries in the UK.
Llyn Clywedog fishing
Clywedog fishing website
Clywedog Sailing and Canoe Club is located in the heart of the Mid Wales countryside on a lake created in 1967 by the construction of the Clywedog Dam. They are an RYA affiliated club also RYA Sailability recognised. There is a well equipped club house with all facilities and disabled access. The canoe section meets weekly and organises many away trips. The club is recognised as the best Disability Centre in Wales, they have full disabled access to the water with hoist and a wheelchair accessible jetty.
Sailing Club website
St. Idloes Golf Club was founded 1897 on its present site, which was then the local race course and cricket practice ground. The club has always drawn its membership from the local people. Golf may be an elitist sport elsewhere in the country, but in a small country town, where everybody knows one another, nothing could be further from the truth. The club has a wonderful friendly atmosphere, which is extended without reservation to visitors.
Llanidloes Golf Club
Golf Club website
Mid Wales shooting Trefeglwys is a well-established, family run clay target Shooting Centre, situated in over 300 acres of some of the finest and most beautiful countryside the British Isles has to offer. As one of the premier clay target facilities in the UK, they cater for everyone from beginner to international, providing a vast range of shooting facilities, including 16 Trap layouts of which 6 are undercover, 4 Skeet layouts, Compact Sporting, ABT and 12 Sporting stands.
Mid Wales shooting Trefeglwys